The lot is cleared and the pilings are being driven for the foundation of the Seven Corners Collaborative building on SE Division Street and Ladd Avenue. The building will serve as an accessible resource hub for people with disabilities, teachers, professionals, and parents. Completion and occupancy is scheduled for December 2017.
Portland Tribune, August 20, 2016
Portland’s first universally accessible center is about to be developed on the southeast corner of Ladd’s Addition.
Community Vision is building the Seven Corners Community Collaborative at Southeast Division and 19th Streets, which will house three nonprofits including Community Vision.
“Our goals for the Seven Corners Community Collaborative are to increase access to services to a wider range of people experiencing disabilities, connect people with the ability to communicate via the Assistive Technology Lab and the building itself will serve as a model of accessibility for Portland and the Pacific Northwest region,” said Lisa Steenson, capital campaign development officer with Community Vision.