Just seventy miles inland from the breathtaking Pacific Coast, you will find the remarkable “City of Roses,” Portland, Oregon. Portland is the largest city in the state and second largest city in the Pacific Northwest.
Portland is home to exquisite dining options, a multitude of microbreweries, a lively music scene, eco-friendly urban planning policies and world-class attractions, all set in the midst of breathtaking natural beauty. Portland straddles the picturesque Willamette River as it lies along the northern border of Oregon. Mount Hood is approximately fifty miles east of Portland and affords the city a gorgeous backdrop for its impressive skyline. Divided into “five quadrants,” Portland is sectioned into north/south by Burnside Street and east/west by the Willamette River. Southeast Portland is composed of the area east of the Willamette River and south of Burnside, while the Southwest is comprised of the area west of the Willamette River and south of Burnside.
North Portland is found east of the Willamette River and west of Williams Avenue, while Northeast Portland is found east of Williams Avenue and north of Burnside Street. Northwest Portland is the area found immediately north of Burnside Street and Downtown Portland, west of the Willamette River, encompassing Old Town, Chinatown, the Pearl District, Bethany and Forest Heights. Northwest Portland is a densely populated community with both retail and residential neighborhoods. Home to approximately 13,800 residents, Northwest Portland covers an area of around 976 acres that stretch from Interstate 405 to the base of the West Hills. Northwest Portland borders the Northwest Industrial area on the north, Goose Hollow on the south and the Hillside and Forest Park neighborhoods on the west.
Northwest Portland is most often called “Northwest,” but some locals also refer to the area as “Trendy-third Avenue” and Nob Hill. The trendiest shopping in the city is found on ten blocks of Northwest 23rd Avenue between NW Northrup and Burnside streets. If you want to walk, shop or people-watch, the city’s “23th” is the place to go. Northwest Portland is also home to one of the county’s largest urban parks, Forest Park. This gorgeous park makes a great daytime destination for Portland’s hikers and bikers. NW 21st Avenue has been called the “glory of Portland,” and is an edgier area comprised of amazing older commercial buildings and multi-story apartment complexes with manageable parking and a remarkable self-sustaining level of density. Northwest Portland is a great place to live, particularly if you are new to the city. Comprised of multiple model 20-minute neighborhoods, Northwest Portland is in close proximity to the city’s center and is full of impressive historic walk-ups and high-rise condominiums.
Homes for sale in Northwest Portland vary in size, architectural style and price depending upon in which neighborhood they are located.
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