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An affordable homeownership community in Southwest Bend.

NOTE: Features, amenities, floor plans, elevations, and designs vary and are subject to changes or substitution without notice. Items shown are artist’s renderings and may contain options that are not standard on all models or not included in the purchase price. Availability may vary. Plans to build out communities as proposed is subject to change without notice. Actual views may vary. Views cannot be relied upon as being the actual view from any particular home within the community. Hiatus Homes makes no guarantees regarding continuing existence of any view from a home. Models/lifestyle photos do not reflect racial or ethnic preference.


The Kôr Community Land Trust has a mission to provide environmentally sustainable and permanently affordable homeownership opportunities for those who contribute to the fabric of the central Oregon economy and community. Hiatus has partnered with Kôr Community Land Trust to develop an affordable homeownership community on Poplar Street in southwest Bend. Hiatus will support the nonprofit both as their general contractor and by consulting on the design of the homes.

“Leveraging market-rate designs through our new partnership with Hiatus Homes will not only provide our affordable homes with unmatched quality, but also significantly help keep our costs down to ensure we can sell these homes at an affordable price to the community,” says Kôr Community Land Trust Executive Director Jackie Keogh.

Ten Over Studio, a Bend architecture firm, will work closely on the project as a partial in-kind donor, with the intent to promote design that benefits the community and connects people to their surroundings while leaving a minimal environmental footprint.

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 3-bedroom houses




Begins Spring 2023

Model Type: 3-bedroom 2-bathroom

Development Type: Designed as a cottage cluster with shared common spaces

Location: Southwest Bend

Size: 1321 SF

Permanently affordable through the Community Land Trust model

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