Holiday Hugs Instead of Bugs

Dec 09, 2014

We suspect there is wide agreement that no one should experience the stress of a bed bug infestation during the busy, already stressful holiday season. This news caught our eye recently: Ohio's Stryker Pest Control has teamed up with Reed’s Pest Control to bring free bed bug relief to families in need this holiday season. More details on their Facebook page and in the following news article. Kudos to these two companies for this generous program!



Tax Credit Journal Shares the Story of Central City Bed's Creation

Oct 02, 2014

It's not often that housing developers turn into product designers but that's what happened at Central City Concern in 2009 as it looked for bed bug resistant furnishings for a new building. The Novogradac Journal of Tax Credits was interested in this story of invention and moxie, and it profiled the story in its recently released October issue. Click to read the full story



For those who work in the affordable housing industry - developers, managers, finance and construction - tax credits are frequently a critical component of the project. Highly effective as a funding source, tax credits are a complex strategy often requiring the assistance of experts in the field. Novogradac & Company LLP, a national certified public accounting and consulting firm headquartered in San Francisco, Calif, provides assistance with direct services, national conferences and the monthly Novogradac Journal of Tax Credits.   



Portland Business Journal covers our Social Enterprise Business

Sep 18, 2014

Our Central City Bed business was recently featured in the Portland Business Journal in the Strategies: A Comprehensive Resource for Growing Businesses section. Excerpt: "From its debut at Madrona Studios, the Central City Bed quickly found a home at units managed by Home Forward, Portland's housing authority, and other nonprofits serving the homeless and low-income residents."  Click to download the full story.



Lifeworks Northwest Purchases 76 Bed Frames and Mattresses

Aug 22, 2014

Lifeworks Northwest's Project Network, a 36-bed drug and alcohol treatment center for women with children, opened in July 2014. The building’s west wing holds the Beech Street Apartments, a 32-unit clean and sober affordable housing facility operated by Home Forward where patients and their children can transition after treatment.

The building includes a child development center, playgrounds, community room, and therapy, medical and office space. The project was designed by Holst Architecture, and Gerding Edlen served as the developer.

Click for full story in the Daily Journal of Commerce.




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