Portland

First Thursday Art Walk in The Pearl

RK_01-Scintillation

Raymond Klein has spent a lifetime making the world look better

Please join us Thursday, July 6th at our Portland Pearl Office (1321 NW Hoyt St, Portland, OR) from 4 – 7 PM, to enjoy the artwork of Raymond Klein. Complimentary wine and appetizers will be served. Your broker host for the evening will be Stacy Butchart. Music provided by local guitarist Justin Sheehy. Raymond Klein Bio […]

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Sherwood, Oregon Community Features and Activities

sherwood oregon house

There’s a lot to love about living in Sherwood, Oregon. It has a vibrant community, great schools, a beautiful downtown, and excellent proximity to both Portland and the Willamette Valley. In fact, Money has even ranked Sherwood fifth among the best places to live in the US. The city’s beginnings were humble, though. It was […]

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Urban Core: Life in Portland’s Vibrant Pearl District

portland pearl district

Portland is growing up in the limelight, as lifestyle hounds flock to this green city that always makes the top livability lists. For residents of the Pearl District, the hottest and most vertical neighborhood in Oregon, the appeal is encompassed in one tidy sliver drawn by the Willamette River, NW Broadway, West Burnside Street and […]

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Community Features, Events, and Things to Do in Gresham, Oregon

mt hood view

Located about a half-hour drive away from downtown Portland, Gresham has a good mix of urban amenities, natural areas, and community events. Its population has boomed in recent decades, going from about 10,000 residents in 1970 to over 105,000 residents in 2010, making it the fourth largest city in Oregon. However, even with a larger […]

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Mississippi District Portland, Oregon: History and Community Features

portland oregon

The Mississippi District in Portland, Oregon is centered on the long stretch of Mississippi Avenue, lined with hip shops and excellent restaurants. Its residents are typically young and trendy, drawn to the community’s walkability and variety of local businesses. The neighborhood hasn’t always been a hot spot, though. It shares a similar history as the […]

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Eliot Neighborhood History Portland, Oregon

eliot neighborhood

Located close to downtown Portland and several major freeways, the Eliot neighborhood is a convenient place to live no matter where you work. Its central location is just one reason why the neighborhood has grown in popularity, though. Besides the short commute, residents love the community’s diverse background and rich culture, shown in the numerous […]

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First Addition Neighborhood Lake Oswego, Oregon

lake oswego home

First Addition is a beautiful neighborhood in Lake Oswego that has been around since the late 1800s. Conveniently located just south of Portland, it’s top-rated schools, wonderful restaurants, and vibrant art culture makes First Addition a great place to buy a home. First Addtion is a diverse community where you’ll find a variety of architecture […]

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Oregon City History and Community Development

Hydro Power Plant At Willamette Falls In Autumn

Oregon City is steeped in history. It’s the oldest city in Oregon, and for many years, it was also the most important. Its roots go back to the early 19th century, when fur traders and trappers were roaming the Northwest wilderness. At that time, fur-trading companies were actively exploring and settling the Northwest. Instead of […]

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Alberta Arts District Neighborhood Portland, Oregon

alberta arts

The Alberta Arts District revolves around Alberta Street, a bustling area with unique shops, unforgettable restaurants, and community-centered art galleries. Although the neighborhood was once full of abandoned stores and houses, it’s now one of the most popular places for shopping and dining in Portland. Walking, shopping, and eating have always been at the heart […]

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Beaverton, Oregon History, Neighborhood, and Real Estate

Commonwealth Lake Park

Beaverton is a thriving urban town in the scenic Tualatin Valley in the Portland Metro area. Named after the many beaver dams in the area, the town is surrounded by woodlands, open-range grasslands, and beautiful waterways, yet also has easy access to urban amenities in Portland. This balance between nature and city life is what […]

categorized in Portland


First Thursday Art Walk in The Pearl

RK_01-Scintillation

Raymond Klein has spent a lifetime making the world look better

Please join us Thursday, July 6th at our Portland Pearl Office (1321 NW Hoyt St, Portland, OR) from 4 – 7 PM, to enjoy the artwork of Raymond Klein. Complimentary wine and appetizers will be served. Your broker host for the evening will be Stacy Butchart. Music provided by local guitarist Justin Sheehy. Raymond Klein Bio […]

categorized in Art, First Thursday, Portland, The Pearl, What to Do


Sherwood, Oregon Community Features and Activities

sherwood oregon house

There’s a lot to love about living in Sherwood, Oregon. It has a vibrant community, great schools, a beautiful downtown, and excellent proximity to both Portland and the Willamette Valley. In fact, Money has even ranked Sherwood fifth among the best places to live in the US. The city’s beginnings were humble, though. It was […]

categorized in Portland


Urban Core: Life in Portland’s Vibrant Pearl District

portland pearl district

Portland is growing up in the limelight, as lifestyle hounds flock to this green city that always makes the top livability lists. For residents of the Pearl District, the hottest and most vertical neighborhood in Oregon, the appeal is encompassed in one tidy sliver drawn by the Willamette River, NW Broadway, West Burnside Street and […]

categorized in Portland


Community Features, Events, and Things to Do in Gresham, Oregon

mt hood view

Located about a half-hour drive away from downtown Portland, Gresham has a good mix of urban amenities, natural areas, and community events. Its population has boomed in recent decades, going from about 10,000 residents in 1970 to over 105,000 residents in 2010, making it the fourth largest city in Oregon. However, even with a larger […]

categorized in Portland


Mississippi District Portland, Oregon: History and Community Features

portland oregon

The Mississippi District in Portland, Oregon is centered on the long stretch of Mississippi Avenue, lined with hip shops and excellent restaurants. Its residents are typically young and trendy, drawn to the community’s walkability and variety of local businesses. The neighborhood hasn’t always been a hot spot, though. It shares a similar history as the […]

categorized in Portland


Eliot Neighborhood History Portland, Oregon

eliot neighborhood

Located close to downtown Portland and several major freeways, the Eliot neighborhood is a convenient place to live no matter where you work. Its central location is just one reason why the neighborhood has grown in popularity, though. Besides the short commute, residents love the community’s diverse background and rich culture, shown in the numerous […]

categorized in Portland


First Addition Neighborhood Lake Oswego, Oregon

lake oswego home

First Addition is a beautiful neighborhood in Lake Oswego that has been around since the late 1800s. Conveniently located just south of Portland, it’s top-rated schools, wonderful restaurants, and vibrant art culture makes First Addition a great place to buy a home. First Addtion is a diverse community where you’ll find a variety of architecture […]

categorized in Portland


Oregon City History and Community Development

Hydro Power Plant At Willamette Falls In Autumn

Oregon City is steeped in history. It’s the oldest city in Oregon, and for many years, it was also the most important. Its roots go back to the early 19th century, when fur traders and trappers were roaming the Northwest wilderness. At that time, fur-trading companies were actively exploring and settling the Northwest. Instead of […]

categorized in Portland


Alberta Arts District Neighborhood Portland, Oregon

alberta arts

The Alberta Arts District revolves around Alberta Street, a bustling area with unique shops, unforgettable restaurants, and community-centered art galleries. Although the neighborhood was once full of abandoned stores and houses, it’s now one of the most popular places for shopping and dining in Portland. Walking, shopping, and eating have always been at the heart […]

categorized in Portland


Beaverton, Oregon History, Neighborhood, and Real Estate

Commonwealth Lake Park

Beaverton is a thriving urban town in the scenic Tualatin Valley in the Portland Metro area. Named after the many beaver dams in the area, the town is surrounded by woodlands, open-range grasslands, and beautiful waterways, yet also has easy access to urban amenities in Portland. This balance between nature and city life is what […]

categorized in Portland


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