The Portland area is a hub of culture, business, and recreation. The Portland metro area is an eclectic region surrounded by beautiful landscapes and spectacular views. The city offers a myriad of lifestyles and a wonderful mix of urban and rural living. Portland has something for everyone, especially the outdoor enthusiast with whitewater rafting, skiing, and miles of incredible hiking trails in Portland’s backyard. Boasting an eclectic nightlife, Portland offers both the excitement of city living with the laid-back feel of a small town. Downtown Portland is walkable and boasts a huge range of different urban hotspots, restaurants, coffee shops, and food carts.
One of Portland’s more classic neighborhoods, Alameda borders the happening Hollywood District and the more business-oriented Beaumont Village. It also abuts Irvington, an area with large, rambling homes and estates. Established in the mid-18th century, the neighborhood has little details that are . . .Explore
As indicated by the name, the Alberta Arts District revolves around bustling Alberta street, stretching through North and Northeast Portland and boasting some of the Portlandiest (if you will) cultural destinations in the city. Want to take a sewing class or pick up some are supplies to follow the latest craft . . .Explore
Named for Concordia University, which sits within its boundaries, the Concordia neighborhood is in the city’s Northeast quadrant. Bordered by Vernon, Woodland, Cully, Alameda, Beaumont-Wilshire and more, this area of the city is known for the University, which is part of the Lutheran Concordia University . . .Explore
Spanning North and Northeast Portland, the Eliot neighborhood is roughly hemmed in by the Willamette River to the west, Fremont St. to the north, 74th Avenue to the east and Broadway St. to the south. It is located right in the middle of the former city of Albina, and is a cultural destination for many residents . . .Explore
nother cozy enclave within Portland’s larger community, Grant Park successfully combines family comforts with the classic slightly-hippie, slightly-yuppie, good-kind-of-weird culture for which Portland is known. Located in the city’s Northeast quadrant and bordered by charming neighborhoods such as . . .Explore
Proudly touting itself as one of Portland’s more elite neighborhoods, the Irvington/Broadway area combines beautiful homes, elegantly landscaped gardens and yards, broadly sweeping stretches of greenery and parks, and wide streets which deviate from much of the city’s traditional grid pattern. This . . .Explore
Formerly a seedy part of town, Portland’s Mississippi neighborhood is now the site of some serious urban renewal. Drawn to its hip shops, easy biking and walking, local businesses and good eats, the city’s younger set are flooding in. Although you won’t find Portland’s more expensive homes on a list of . . .Explore