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Portland Neighborhood Map

Search for Portland Oregon Condos, Lofts, and Townhouses - click on a neighborhood to view properties.

Pearl District, Old Town / Chinatown Northwest Goose Hollow, Downtown (W of Broadway) Downtown Downtown (South), Lair Hill John's Landing, Macadam Rose Quarter, Hollywood, Irvington, Alameda Portland Neighborhood Map
  1. Pearl District, Old Town / Chinatown
    An eclectic mix of residences, businesses, artists.. Old Warehouses being converted to Unique Spaces. New Buildings with imaginative features. Art Galleries, First Thursday, Fine Dining, Boutiques, Coffee Shops.. Diversity at its Best!
  2. Northwest
    A trendy neighborhood rich with historic residental homes, townhouses and condos. Popular NW 21st and 23rd streets are located here with boutiques, dining, theater, shopping, music. Need some nature? This area has the largest urban park in the nation.
  3. Goose Hollow, Downtown (W of Broadway)
    Sitting on the base of the West Hills this is a sophisticated residential area with turn of the century mansions and older classic buildings. Charming and historical, close to Washington Park, Central Downtown and NW 23rd.
  4. Downtown
    Culture and art. The heart of everything with Shopping, Dining, Theater, Pioneer Square, Waterfront and South Park Blocks, Museums. It's all right here.
  5. Downtown (South), Lair Hill
    South Downtown.. close to it all. Live, work and play. Lair Hill is just South of Downtown with its historic well preserved residential neighborhood minutes from the Downtown city life!
  6. John's Landing, Macadam
    Close to Downtown and adjacent to the River. Contemporary buildings, historic residences, Willamette Park and River. Neighborhood charm with urban culture. This area offers many of the Northwest's natural wonders. Planned development includes condos, apartments and medical offices; construction on The South Waterfront began in 2004. So far, nine towers have been completed in the district. Sweeping river views, close to downtown, well served by the Portland Streetcar and many great dining options makes this area quite livable.
  7. Rose Quarter, Hollywood, Irvington, Alameda
    Portland eclectic Eastside, Urban living, historic homes, old and new townhouse and condos blending together. Tree-lined streets, city parks, shopping, casual and fine dining, coffeehouses. The old and the new.