Two 3-story buildings for a total of 31 units
If you are a N/NE Preference Policy home buyer and are interested in purchasing one of our available Kenton Commons homes, please complete the interest form below. A Habitat staff member will reach out to talk more about the purchase process. Depending on each buyer’s qualifications, they may work with either Habitat for Humanity or Proud Ground to purchase a home.
If you are a N/NE Preference Policy buyer and are interested in scheduling a time to tour the available units, you can sign up for a time using the button below! Habitat and Proud Ground staff will be onsite and available to show you around and answer any questions you may have.
Kenton Commons Informational Flyer
Proud Ground Qualifications: How to Buy a Home
About Kenton Commons
These 30 sustainable and energy-efficient homes in North Portland are located at the intersection of N. Interstate Avenue and N. Kilpatrick Street in the Kenton neighborhood. The homes are conveniently located near the Yellow Max Line, and close to downtown Kenton and neighborhood parks.
All of the homes are permanently affordable. This allows homeowners to continue building equity in their homes, while ensuring that the homes are affordable to the next buyers.
In addition, all of the homes will be sold to families who have generational ties to North and Northeast Portland, as part of our work with the city’s preference policy—a tool that helps address the harmful impacts of marginalization and displacement.
Image courtesy of William Wilson Architects pc
- Peninsula Elementary School
- Ockley Green School
- Jefferson or Roosevelt High Schools
- Kenton Park
- Farragut Park
- Gammans Park
Max: Yellow Line
Bus: 75, 4