Stephens Creek Crossing is a newly constructed, sustainable, green building with 122 apartments and townhomes. Landscaped open spaces and play areas provide outdoor activities for kids and adults. Clean lines and contemporary styling have been used in the apartment homes. A Children's Center will be on property offering early education classes for children, homework clubs, and parenting classes to strengthen families. Job training, workshops, and services will be housed in the Opportunity Center, where participants will share a central kitchen, and learn from volunteer chefs and each other about nutrition and healthy meal planning. A network of bike and walking paths and shared community gardens connect the property to the wonderful SW neighborhood. Come in today and apply!
1 year lease. Income Restrictions and Student Status rules apply. Deposit is equal to one months rent up to 1.5 times the rental amount (Based on credit). We accept Section 8. The GOALS program is a requirment for Section 8 participants. Pet restrictions and deposit apply. Above photo is of a 3 bedroom similarly set up layout, 4 bedroom unit has one more bedroom and bathroom upstairs. Unit is available starting February 10, 2015
At $1,040, this home is priced $801 cheaper than the current market rate for a 4 bedroom home in Hillsdale.
Students who live in this rental at 6715 SW 26th Avenue attend the following Portland School District 1j (Unified School District) public schools:
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Grades K - 8
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Gray Middle School
Grades 6 - 8
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Wilson High School
Grades 9 - 12
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