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Broadleaf Arbor: A Gathering Place

Broadleaf Arbor: A Gathering Place is a new housing community coming to St. Helens in 2023. A first of its kind for the area, Broadleaf Arbor is a Community For All Ages providing 239 affordable homes and intentionally-designed amenities where people of all ages can live, play and thrive together. 

Broadleaf Arbor's 239 one-, two, and three-bedroom homes are available to individuals and families, connecting working adults, families, and seniors in a multi-generational, 11-building complex. 

Community amenities will include a trail system along existing wetlands, gardens, an outdoor play area, and a dedicated community building for resident services and programming. 

Broadleaf Arbor provides homes for households making up to 60% of the area's median income (AMI) levels ($70,800 for a family of four). Contact us for more information on income requirements and the waitlist process.

60% AMI household income limits by household size. Limits Updated 2024

1 Person 2 People 3 People 4 People 5 People 6 People 7 People
$49,560 $56,640 $63,720 $70,800 $76,500 $82,140 $87,840
A Brand New Community

Community for All Ages

Broadleaf Arbor is a Community for All Ages (CFAA), meaning we put people first by creating spaces and programming that connects residents across generations. Our values include Intergenerational Connection, Lifelong Learning, Health & Wellness, and Arts & Creativity, and you will see these themes interwoven into the fabric of our community—from our operations to our programs and services, and our design. We believe in creating a space where all people are respected, cared for, and given tools to grow and explore their interests.
Resources To Make You Thrive


EngAGE Northwest (EngAGE) will be the lead services provider, hosting on-site wellness and creativity programs that are specifically designed to foster intergenerational connection and community building. In addition to EngAGE, a community-wide collaboration of service providers including Latino Network, Community Action Team, St. Helens Senior Center, Columbia Pacific Food Bank and Columbia Community Mental Health will work to connect residents to services that support family stability through educational and employment programs that include financial stability, school enrollment and food assistance.
Fill out the form below to ask any questions or learn how you can move home! Click the "Apply to Waitlist" option on the menu bar to start your application and make your move to Tiller Terrace.


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