Originally built in 1905, the Bronaugh is listed on the historic registry and is one of the oldest remaining apartment buildings in Portland. The building features original architectural details such as semi-circular arched openings, bracketed and broad overhanging eaves, decorative egg and dart moulding, and ornamented frieze and bay window panels, each contributing to the building’s unique eclecticism. Home to elderly and disabled citizens living on fixed incomes, REACH purchased the property in March 2013 in order to preserve and maintain much-needed affordable homes for seniors living in the downtown core. Located in highly desirable close-in downtown Portland location on MAX light rail and several bus transit lines, the project included the renovation of 50 units of housing for senior and disabled residents, including ten studio apartments and forty one-bedroom apartments. Amenities include new community room and laundry facilities; computer lab; fully upgraded to meet earthquake standards; outdoor courtyard space; on-site resident services; and close-in location to several cultural attractions.