This year’s Home Sweet Home event will be held virtually on September 23rd from 11:30-12:30. Follow this link for details about how to participate!
Founded in 1961, Walsh Construction Co. (WALSH) aims to build smart, build green, and build community. WALSH’s focus on quality during both design and construction ensure that their projects function properly and hold up well over the long term. Their focus on green building means that WALSH buildings are better for the environment and have lower operating costs. In addition, WALSH is committed to creating a stronger community by connecting to the people and places where their work takes place.
WALSH has been an enormous partner for NHA over the years on a multitude of projects. Recently they helped NHA complete our campus project, along with O’Neill Construction Group, which included 28 units of affordable housing, a rebuilt Annie Ross House family shelter, and the brand new NHA headquarters. In fact, the affordable housing complex on NHA’s Milwaukie campus is named Walsh Commons in honor of Walsh Construction Co.
We thank WALSH Construction for their many years of partnership as well as their generous support of this year’s Home Sweet Home.
Based in Tualatin, Oregon, LMC Construction is involved every step of the way from preconstruction to building turnover. They are a leader in green building, with LEED accredited professionals on staff and many employees who have worked on Earth Advantage projects. LMC Construction also partners with nonprofit affordable housing developers, like Northwest Housing Alternatives, to provide safe, dignified, and affordable places for Oregonians to live. In addition, LMC Construction was ranked #1 for residential remodels in 2012 and 2014 by the Portland Business Journal.
LMC Construction has also been a generous supporter of NHA programs and services through their sponsorships, including being a Chocolate Souffle for this year’s Home Sweet Home. We are grateful for their support and collaboration.
KeyBank is a major supporter of affordable housing throughout the country, investing $3.7 billion in community development and affordable housing projects in 2020 alone—representing a 12 percent increase from 2019. KeyBank employees also made $7.9 million in charitable contributions in 2020 along with more than 50,000 hours of volunteer service. The KeyBank Foundation invested more than $45 million in philanthropic investments.
As a bank that clearly invests in building healthy, robust, and stable communities, we are proud to include KeyBank as one of our partners on this year’s Home Sweet Home event.
Income Property Management Co. (IPM) draws on their decades of experience to provide quality property management in both commercial and residential settings. For commercial properties, IPM provides management and leasing consulting. Their commercial management portfolio includes approximately 1,000,000 square feet of office, retail, and warehouse space in both the Portland and Eugene areas.
IPM Co. offers residential property clients complete management services, including supervision of renovation and major projects, leasing, and realignment of rental rates. Their current residential management portfolio includes nearly 8,500 residential units.
Founded in 1974, Cascade Management oversees a portfolio of more than 8,500 housing units throughout Oregon and Washington. They have more than 29 years of experiencing managing properties with Low-Income Housing Tax Credits, making them a perfect fit for NHA’s property management needs.
Most recently, Cascade Management has helped lease up NHA’s newest property, the Buri BLDG in the Gateway neighborhood of Portland. This building provides 159 units of new workforce housing just steps away from a major public transit hub. NHA is proud to partner with Cascade on this property and many others in our portfolio.
PNC Bank takes its commitment to the community seriously. In 2020, PNC employees racked up more than 1 million hours of volunteer service, and PNC Bank invested $94.4 million in charitable giving, including $30 million to mitigate the impacts of COVID-19. The company has also reduced its carbon emissions by 65 percent since 2009 and invested more than $1.4 billion in renewable energy projects since 2014, demonstrating a commitment to the environment.
NHA is pleased to partner with PNC Bank for the first time as a sponsor of this year’s Home Sweet Home event.
Umpqua Bank’s core values are to support communities, operate sustainably, serve customers, and do meaningful work. Umpqua Bank gives each team member 40 hours of time for volunteerism, and last year employees volunteered more than 50,000 hours in the community. In addition, the organization invested $3.5 million in charitable giving throughout 2020.
Founded and headquartered in Oregon, Umpqua Bank brings a local perspective to community building. Umpqua Bank now serves customers in Oregon, Washington, California, Idaho, and Nevada with more than 200 store locations and 4,000 employees.
We appreciate the support of Umpqua Bank for this year’s Home Sweet Home. Watch the live event to hear from Grace Chang, an affordable housing relationship manager at Umpqua to learn more about our partnership.