Argyle Gardens: Affordable Housing Using Modular Construction

We’re thrilled to announce the affordable housing, Argyle Gardens, has achieved Certificate of Occupancy using modular construction! Despite significant adjustments with the COVID-19 working environment, the innovative Argyle Gardens, developed by Transition Projects, was completed on-time to provide 72 low-income and formerly homeless individuals with a home — 18 units reserved for veterans experiencing homelessness.

Congratulations to Transition Projects, Inc. and an amazing team including MODS PDXHolstHousing Development Center, KPFF Consulting Engineers,, All Structure, MFIA Inc. Consulting Engineers, SAMATA CONSULTING ENGINEERS, Acoustic Design, Grant Painting, Triad Fire Consultants, Inc., Tapani Plumbing, Anderson Mechanical, Hillebrand, Earth Advantage and RDF Builders Co.

THANKS to our WALSH team of Ed Sloop, Brian Layman, Nick Cardoza, Mario Hernandez and Linda Woolery and to John Hardesty for his significant contribution bringing this landmark project to completion.

Founded in 1969, Transition Projects assists more than 10,000 people each year to transition from homelessness to housing and is recognized for their work with veterans, women, people with disabilities, and other highly vulnerable groups. Please visit: