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.
Sitting on Portland’s east side near the Willamette River, Eastmoreland abuts the Woodstock neighborhood, with its bustling row of shops and restaurants, as well as Sellwood, with its historic, beachy feel and wide array of shopping, eating, hobby and recreational destinations. Mainly residences comprise . . .Explore
Gresham has got a lot going on, both in and around the city. The people who live here are proud of it, and you can see why when you take the time to look a few of their photos. If you’re ready to experience the best of every season, complete with pink-tinged mountains from the sunset then get ready to learn . . .Explore
With the benefits of living close enough to the city of Portland yet maintaining the intimacy of a small town community, Happy Valley strikes a balance that is ideal for its 16,000 residents. Located just eleven miles to the southeast of Portland, this charming town sits on a hill that allows many who live there scenic . . .Explore
Among Portland’s cutesiest strips, both Hawthorne and Belmont are bastions of young, urban fun. Both contain numerous coffee shops, eateries, breweries, ice cream shops, food carts and pods, and little hole in the wall dining joints. Equally, both are destinations for boutique shopping. Hawthorne is especially . . .Explore
One of Portland’s more upscale neighborhoods, Laurelhurst contains many sweeping, lovely single-family homes. Breaking Portland’s traditional grid pattern of streets, the avenues in this neighborhood wind gently around through parks and residential enclaves. The center of the neighborhood is crowned . . .Explore
In addition to being the name of the neighborhood in Portland, Mount Tabor is a historical landmark in Israel and a large butte on Portland’s East side, which incidentally lends the neighborhood its name. Grassy stretches, climbing paths and reservoirs comprise Portland’s Mount Tabor, which is actually a volcanic . . .Explore
Situated on high ground on the east side of the Willamette River, Sellwood is a picturesque neighborhood that wouldn’t appear out of place along a beachfront. Its charming stores, boutique groceries and walkable streets make it perfect for young professionals, families with young children or older couples . . .Explore