The former Portland Development Commission director discusses his affordable housing startup, Dweller.
After leaving his post as executive director of the Portland Development Commission (now Prosper Portland), Patrick Quinton is taking a private sector approach to Portland's housing crisis. His startup, Dweller, makes it easier for homeowners to install Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUs) in their backyards.
We caught up with Quinton at Public Domain on Southwest Broadway. Click on the video below to hear him talk about Dweller.
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