250-unit workforce housing development in Ashland moving forward

Bob Kendrick, an Ashland developer is moving forward with his “Grand Terrace” project that he has been working on for 7 years. 

The 17 acre site on the north end of Ashland will have 12 buildings when complete. He plans on building 4 at a time. 

Each building will contain 21 One bedroom units of different sizes.

He plans on breaking ground on the project in June 2021.

He has worked with the city to extend the city services and the Rogue Valley Transit District to make sure that the units have multiple forms of transportation available to them. 

He is installing sidewalks to extend from the end of the city all the way beyond his property creating a safe walking path. He will build a safety wall under the bridge to separate walkers from cars and bikes and raise the sidewalk as well as provide safety lighting. 

He is also putting in a 300’ bus lane and shelter so that everyone will have the ability to catch a bus to downtown to work. 

Bob is passionate about multi-modality transportation and workforce affordability. 

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