The proposed project is a new 6-story building, called the Montgomery. It includes the following:
- 66 rental units are ‘income-qualified’ and available to households at 80% of Eugene’s area median income (AMI), a federally defined criteria.
- 63 rental units that are ‘market-rate’, which means there is no income restriction.
- 10 of the income-qualified units will be set aside for victims of domestic violence, in partnership with Womenspace, a Eugene-based non-profit that provides women-centered services to victims and survivors of domestic and sexual violence.
- Resident services provided by Cornerstone Community Housing through their Healthy Homes program, which supports interventions and services that promote housing access, retention, and stabilization.
- The ground floor, facing Willamette Street and 11th Avenue will include commercial space, offered at low rents and available to start-up businesses.
- A public gallery, with opportunities for community art displays, and an outdoor mural.
- Pet-care areas, to exercise and wash dogs. The building will welcome households with dogs.
The building will also include green building features and will be certified under LEED Multifamily criteria.