Housing the Vulnerable

Pinnacle’s multifamily projects evoke a sense of home and provide our clients with consistent and quality results. From the importance of public consensus to efficient building operations, Pinnacle works with our clients to renovate aging properties and design new buildings that meet the needs of today and are flexible for tomorrow. With a specialization in public-funded projects, we help our clients secure funding and meet the regulations for Oregon Housing and Community Services, USDA Rural Development, Community Development Block Grants, and other private funders.


Cleveland Commons, Bend, OR

33-unit permanent supportive housing community that includes medical and wrap-around services in partnership with community organizations


Spencer Court – Redmond, OR

Spencer Court Workforce Housing According to a recent report released by the Bend Chamber of Commerce, Ninety-five percent of employers in Central Oregon say that housing costs have negatively impacted their ability to hire [...]


Shepherd’s House Redmond Center – Redmond, OR

Shepherd’s House Redmond Center Central Oregon has seen a troubling 28% spike in homelessness in just one year. In response to this pressing issue, Shepherd's House took a proactive step by opening Redmond's first low-barrier [...]


Horizon House Transitional Housing – Bend, OR

HORIZON HOUSE TRANSITIONAL HOUSING Leading Individuals to Success Horizon House is an apartment community with 14 safe, affordable transitional housing units for adults with severe and persistent mental illness and co-occurring disorders complicated by [...]


Barbara’s Place – Redmond, OR

BARBARA'S PLACE Helping Provide a Fresh Start Barbara’s Place is a six-unit apartment community designed to provide supportive housing for persons with disabilities including mental illness. It employs a Housing PLUS (Permanent Living Utilizing [...]


Hub City Village – Albany, OR

HUB CITY VILLAGE Helping the Unhoused in Albany Creating Housing Coalition is a group of community members dedicated to addressing the needs of their unhoused neighbors in Albany, Oregon. CHC came to Pinnacle to [...]


Colonia Paz – Lebanon, OR

COLONIA PAZ Connecting Culture and Community Lebanon is an agricultural community with nearly 20,000 residents. FHDC asked Pinnacle to help plan a multi-phase affordable housing development to support the community’s needs. The 140-home community [...]