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Ashcreek Commons

Ashcreek Commons, constructed in 2004, features 21 three and four-bedroom, single-family homes. This community is conveniently located off SW Barbur Blvd. and is near public transportation, I-5 and Highway 99.

# of UnitsUnit Type Size Rent Amount
17Three Bedroom 1280 sq. ft. $2347-$2427
4Four Bedroom 1535 sq. ft.$2618-$2870
# of UnitsUnit Type Size Rent Amount
17Three Bedroom 1280 sq. ft. $1562-$1937
4Four Bedroom 1535 sq. ft.$1708-$1713


11230 SW 62nd Avenue

PortlandOR 97219


SW Portland

Leasing Office: 

11230 SW 62nd Avenue, 
PortlandOR 97219
Managed by Income Property Management


To apply for housing options at this property please contact the property directly. 


Markham Elementary
Jackson Middle School
Wilson High School


Bus #12


Ashcreek Commons offers spacious homes in a professionally landscaped residential area, which is closed to through traffic. The homes feature fenced back yards, front porches, patios with locked storage areas, dishwashers, disposals, washers and dryers.  The community has a playground and assigned parking.  It is close to Lesser Park, PCC Sylvania, shopping, bus lines and freeway access.

Income Guidelines: 

Applicants must have annual income that does not exceed 80% of the area median income for their family size.
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    Attention residents

    As some of you may have heard, on August 20th 2023 the Portland Water Bureau’s regular testing of water quality detected small amounts of the bacteria Cryptosporidium. Since learning of this, Home Forward staff has been in contact with the Portland Water Bureau.

    We have been assured that healthy individuals can and should continue using water as normal.

    If you are immunocompromised or are taking an immunosuppressive drug, you can kill any potential cryptosporidium bacteria by boiling your water for 1 minute before consuming.

    • If you are boiling the water to drink, let the water cool.
    • Iodine and Chlorine do not kill this bacteria, and to treat for potential bacteria you should boil the water.
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    Please visit the Center for Disease Control website to get additional information.