NE 64th Ave. & Killingsworth Ct.

2-4 bedrooms

Helensview isour 21-home site at NE 64th Ave. & Killingsworth Ct. Helensview will offer families and their children an affordable housing opportunity in Cully, our Neighborhood Revitalization focus neighborhood.

Helensview was originally the site of a 40-home project by former nonprofit HOST. When the recession hit, HOST was unable to complete their work, and half the lot sat empty. Habitat stepped in and purchased the remaining land with the intention of completing the rest of the 20 homes for hardworking, low-income families in the Portland area.

Habitat’s efforts in the Cully neighborhood will provide an opportunity for residents most likely to be displaced by gentrification to stay in their neighborhood. We have been working with neighborhood organizations to encourage renters to consider applying for the Homeownership Program, utilizing this great opportunity to move residents up the housing continuum towards homeownership. Habitat also hires Cully-based tradesmen and businesses during the construction process whenever possible.

  • Rigler Elementary School
  • The Community Transitional School
  • Trinity Lutheran Christian School
  • Helensview School
  • Scott School
  • The Ivy School
  • Sacajawea Park
  • Wellington Park
  • Khunamokwst Park
  • Fernhill Park
  • Bus Lines
    • 72
    • 71


3-4 bedrooms, 1-2 baths
Single-family dwellings
1,050 ft.² to 1175 ft.²


“Staggered-stud” design. This advanced Framing technique allows for improved insulation and overall energy efficiency.
LVT hard surface flooring. This maintenance free “hardwood style” flooring is very durable and completely waterproof.
Energy efficient LED light fixtures
Rinnai tankless water heater. This natural gas water heater efficiently heats runs at a fraction of the cost of its more standard counterpart.