Address: 6700 NE Killingsworth Street
Date of site approval: 2013
This site served as the property management offices for the multi-family affordable housing units owned by Hacienda Community Development Corporation (CDC). A Phase I environmental site assessment (ESA) revealed many historical uses for this site: agricultural use prior to the 1930's; a gasoline service station from 1936 to 1982; and later a beauty salon until 1995 when Hacienda acquired the site for the Villa de Clara Vista housing development. The Phase II ESA found trace amounts of petroleum contamination from former use as well as one underground heating oil tank that was later decommissioned. Although cleanup was not necessary, Hacienda was advised to have a Contaminated Media Management Plan during site redevelopment. The Brownfield Program was able to financially assist Hacienda with the Phase II ESA and a No Further Action letter from the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ).
Hacienda CDC plans to redevelop the site with an Earth Advantage certified office building that will house all of Hacienda staff and community services.
Hacienda CDC is a non-profit organization aiming to provide affordable housing, home-ownership support, economic advancement and educational opportunities for low-income residents. Although primarily working with the Latino community, Hacienda also provides assistance to other ESL and immigrant groups.