The Northwest Regional Re-entry Center (NWRRC) is a non-profit organization that provides correctional services to the Federal Bureau of Prisons, United States Probation Department, and United States Pre-Trial Services. The NWRRC houses up to 125 federal correctional residents who are in transition from incarceration, serving sanctions for probation violations, or who are awaiting adjudication of federal charges. NWRRC, formerly the Oregon Halfway House, has been in operation since 1976.
In 2004, Naito Development partnered with the owner of the existing office building to convert the building into a residential facility and lease it to the NWRRC in a long-term net lease.
The project was completed on budget and schedule and the first residents moved to the facility in January 2005. Naito Development served as the developer and is the managing member and an equity investor in the project.
Owner: OHH LLC
Developer: Naito Development LLC
Project cost: $6 million
Program: A build-to-suit 125-bed detention facility (work-release) for federal prisoners net leased to the Northwest Regional Re-Entry Center, a 501(c)3 not-for-profit.
Architect: Waterleaf Architecture
General Contractor: R & H Construction Co.
Construction Financing: ShoreBank Pacific
Permanent Financing: Bank of the West