Award-Winning Master Planner and Developer

Costa Pacific Communities is a real estate development company that creates large-scale master planned communities and offers consulting services to property owners developers and homebuilders. Dedicated to the development tenets of Connectivity, Diversity and Sustainability, we create Complete Communities that: (1) are connected within and without; (2) possess interesting heterogeneous uses; and (3) are committed to financial, social and environmental sustenance.

Costa Pacific’s twenty nine years of experience in planning, developing and building award-winning neighborhoods and communities for its own account is also available to landowners, institutions and jurisdictions through our custom consulting services.

Creators of Orenco Station, the only Transit-Oriented Development to have been named the Master Planned Community of the Year by the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) and listed as one of the 25 Greatest Communities in the World by the Urban Land Institute (ULI), and Villebois in Wilsonville, Oregon, also named Master Planned Community of the Year by NAHB in 2009.



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Works with all stakeholders to create communities in which residents feel safer, happier and healthier by virtue of the built environment. Complete Communities are connected, sustainable and diverse.

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 Costa Pacific redeveloped the former State Hospital site in Wilsonville to create one of America's great communities, Villebois.


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 Providing centralized neighborhood services helps create a more walkable community with the result being a healthier and happier population

We Live and Breathe our Mission Statement


The mission of Costa Pacific Communities is to create Complete Communities that:

  • Have a great reputation for quality, design and integrity

  • Provide healthy, happy and safe environments for its residents

  • Are responsive to community needs and desires

Costa Pacific Communities builds long-term value for the Community and its residents and our partners and investors. 

Most importantly of all, we create better places for people to live, grow in every way, work, play and learn.


Award-winning Master Planner and Community Developer


Chief Executive Officer

As chief executive of Costa Pacific Communities, headquartered in Wilsonville, Oregon, Rudy Kadlub is committed to excellence. He has been recognized nationally for his ability to create trend setting communities and homes of enduring value. Led by Rudy, Costa Pacific has earned more design and marketing awards than any other developer/homebuilder in the Pacific Northwest. The company co-developed Orenco Station, an 1,834 home transit-oriented mixed-use community in Hillsboro that was named Master Planned Community of the year by the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) in 1999. Costa Pacific master planned and is currently completing the development of Villebois, a European-inspired complete community located in Wilsonville, which at completion will accommodate nearly 2,700 homes, restaurants, shops, schools and services. In 2009, Villebois, too, was named Master Planned Community of the Year by NAHB

Rudy has participated in the real estate industry in a management capacity for the past 35 years. He has been named Builder of the Year twice by the Home Builders Association of Metropolitan Portland (HBAMP), Developer of the Year by the non-profit organization 1000 Friends of Oregon, and received the prestigious Bill Molster Marketing Award from NAHB.

Rudy is a Life Director of the NAHB and past chair of the Residential Neighborhood Development Council of the Urban Land Institute (ULI). In addition, he is past chairman of the National Sales and Marketing Council of the NAHB and past president of HBAMP. Rudy is the founder and chairman of the Portland Home Builders' Foundation and the Portland Chapter of HomeAid America. He is also has held leadership positions in many business and civic organizations.

Prior to his career in real estate, Rudy was a college football coach with several championship seasons to his credit. He earned a B.A. from the University of California at Davis, a M.A. from the University of Northern Colorado and has completed course work and comprehensive exams for Ed.D. in Psychological Kinesiology.

Rudy is also co-owner of Kabuki Strength, a widely-recognized strength education and strength equipment manufacturing company in Clackamas, OR. Rudy is an active world class powerlifter with 38 World Records to his credit including reigning World Champion.

Rudy and his wife Ann reside in Lake Oswego, OR. They have five children and 13 grandchildren.

Professional/Community Involvement

  • National Association of Home Builders (NAHB), Life Director

  • Home Builders Association of Metro Portland, Past President

  • NAHB Sales and Marketing Council, Past Chair

  • Institute of Residential Marketing (MIRM), Past Member

  • Urban Land Institute, Neighborhood Development Council, Past Chairman

  • Home Builders Foundation of Metropolitan Portland, Founding Chairman

  • Congress for the New Urbanism, Member



"Village Near the Woods"


Inspired by traditional European villages, Villebois, which is French for "village near the woods," is a 500-acre master-planned community in Wilsonville, Oregon.

At the heart of Villebois is the Village Center. Apartments and row homes will be built over a stunning piazza, with splashing fountains, majestic old-growth trees, and ground level retail and commercial space.

Surrounding the Village Center are three distinct neighborhoods, each with exquisite attention to detail, like stacked stone walls, lush gardens, and stunning architecture. And because we're committed to keeping Villebois—and the surrounding environment—beautiful for generations to come, the community also incorporates native plants, existing trees, and a variety of sustainable building techniques.

At completion, Villebois will feature diverse housing types, including apartments and condominiums, attached row and town homes, as well as single-family detached homes on lots of varying sizes. The entire community is connected by more than 130-acres of trails and open green spaces, including parks and nature preserves that join to trails that lead well beyond Villebois.

Driving Directions

From I-5, take exit 283 toward Wilsonville. Head west on SW Wilsonville Road, then turn right at SW Brown Road. Follow that for about half a mile and enter Villebois.