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72FOSTER

72Foster offers affordable*, intergenerational apartments located in Southeast Portland’s Foster-Powell neighborhood.

*Apartments are reserved for individuals and families making up to 60% MFI.
See eligibility requirements below.

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Foster Apartment Features

  • Studio, One Bedroom, Two Bedroom and Three Bedroom Apartments
  • On-Site Laundry
  • EnergyStar® Appliances: Dishwasher, Range, Hood & Refrigerator
  • Radiant Heat and Air Conditioning Adaptable Windows
  • Expansive Windows and Natural Light
  • Apartments are unfurnished
Kitchen Side One
Kitchen Side Two
Interior View

Floor Plans

Studio, one, two and three-bedroom apartments available. 

Amenities

  • On-Site Management and Maintenance Team
  • On-Site Retail
  • Walk Score 84%
  • Bike Score 89%
  • Transit Score 55%
  • Secure, Indoor Bike Storage
  • Community Plaza
  • Large Community Room with Kitchen and Computers
  • Free Wifi in Common Areas
  • Fourth Floor Lounge and Deck
  • On-Site Car Parking (limited)
  • TriMet Frequent Service: Bus #14 Stops Outside the Building
  • Nearby Schools: Marysville Elementary School, Arleta Elementary School, and Franklin High School

Foster Lounge

Lobby entrance
Community room with tables
Community room mockup

Eligibility

72Foster Apartments are reserved for individuals and families making up to 60% median family income (MFI).*

Maximum Income Limits (2018)

Household Size

Maximum Income Limit for 40% MFI* Units

Maximum Income Limit for 60% MFI* Units

1

$22,800

$34,200

2

$26,080

$39,120

3

$29,320

$43,980

4

$32,560

$48,840

5

$35,200

$52,800

6

$37,800

$56,700

7

$40,400

$60,600

Rental Rates

Unit Type

Number of People

Approx. Unit Size

Rent Range**

Studio

1 - 2

360 sq. ft.

$690 - $760

One Bedroom

1 - 3

540 sq. ft.

$800 - $850

Two Bedroom

2 - 5

820 sq. ft.

$930 - $1,010

Three Bedroom

3 - 7

1,075 sq. ft.

$1,050 - $1,175

*Median Family Income (MFI) as published by the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).
**Residents pay electricity expenses. Rents typically raised annually. Rent increases regulated by HUD.

Eligibility: In addition to income requirements and household size, the following factors will be used to evaluate a household’s lease eligibility: credit and rental history, and criminal background checks. Our leasing staff will be happy to answer questions and provide further information.

Student Status: In general, apartments at 72Foster may not be occupied by households consisting entirely of full-time students.

REACH Community Development

REACH is an affordable housing nonprofit supporting individuals and families in the Portland metro region including Southwest Washington. We are dedicated to creating quality, affordable housing and opportunities for individuals, families, and communities to thrive.

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