Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde Housing


Grand Ronde, OR

This project is one of several developments of affordable housing for tribal members completed in two phases.

Phase one of the project consists of five 3,660 sf buildings. Each 2-story building has three 2-bedroom units, a single 1-bedroom unit and a common laundry room on the ground floor. Two of the units are fully accessible. The buildings were designed to maximize views and daylighting. Living spaces are open and airy, with terrace doors

opening onto private, covered outdoor spaces. Each building has its own carport.

Completed in 2019, phase two of the project added 2 new buildings to the existing development. Each two-story building holds 4 affordable apartments with individual entrance and porches. The project includes associated site

and utility work, and 2 carport structures.

The site plan incorporates a community playground and anticipated the addition of 44 units of housing, a community center and communal barbecue area.

After the project was successfully completed, the Tribe went on to hire MCA Architects to design a new Language Education Building, allowing for the expansion of available space for its language programs.