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.
As one the of thriving small town cities in the Portland Metro area, Beaverton sits in the scenic Tualatin Valley, surrounded by natural landscapes of woodlands, open-range grasslands, and beautiful waterways. The combinations of small town comforts and big city amenities abound in Beaverton, making it a . . .Explore
Extremely accessible to downtown with a more urban neighborhood feel, John’s Landing is one of the less family-oriented neighborhoods. Instead, its homes are targeted toward singles, students, working professionals who are moving through rather than staying, and the very young. Much of its real estate . . .Explore
This Southwest Portland neighborhood retains all the charm of a historic seaside hamlet, despite being more than a hundred miles inland. Gathered around the main stretch along Capitol Highway, with smaller offshoots along side streets and on parallel Multnomah Boulevard, the village is a recreator’s dream . . .Explore
Sherwood, Oregon built its wealth on bricks, manufacturing them for much of the industrial and commercial growth in the Portland metropolitan area. During the brick-making heyday, it formed the nine-block area now known as Old Town, where you can currently find an antique mall, performing arts academy, library . . .Explore
Portland’s South Waterfront is characterized by luxury and beauty. Built on brownfield land, which means land that was previously used for industrial purposes, the South Waterfront stretches along the Willamette River adjacent to the downtown area. One of Portland’s many examples of urban renewal . . .Explore
Located in Southwest Portland, the West Hills neighborhood is one of affluence and beauty. While the name is sometimes broadened to include the neighborhoods of Arlington Heights, Council Crest, Forest Park, Hillside, King Heights, Portland Heights and the Southwest Hills, generally it refers simply to the Southwest . . .Explore