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Region # Listings Min Price Max Price PPSQFT EAST PORTLAND 19 $124,900 $675,000 $299 NORTH PORTLAND 26 $212,000 $565,000 $327 NORTHEAST PORTLAND 9 $275,000 $665,000 $328 NORTHWEST PORTLAND 58 $130,000 $1,350,000 $452 SOUTHEAST PORTLAND 16 $179,900 $724,900 $381 SOUTHWEST PORTLAND 121 $180,000 $8,999,000 $523 WEST PORTLAND 182 $170,000 $2,999,999 $459
$124,900 to $675,000
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$275,000 to $665,000
$130,000 to $1,350,000
$179,900 to $724,900
$180,000 to $8,999,000
$170,000 to $2,999,999
East Portland is the eastern most part of the city made up of 13 distinct suburban neighborhoods east of the Willamette River and 82nd Street. Some of the most affordable condos in the city can be found in East Portland. There are a mix of traditional flats and two-story ...
North Portland is home to the Port of Oregon, three airports, the University of Portland and a diverse collection of neighborhoods. You'll find mostly low and midrise condos here - both newer and older.
Northeast Portland is a large section of the city that's north of downtown and east of the Willamette River. Some of Portland's most affluent historic homes and Craftsman cottages are here. The Rose Quarter is north and home to the Memorial Coliseum and the Moda Center on the waterfront. The bohemian Alberta Arts District is central. The Lloyd District toward the south is slated to be redeveloped into a high-density mixed use residential community. At present this area is ...
Northwest Portland is the section of Portland that is north of downtown and west of the Willamette River. It's a densely populated area with old Craftsman and Victorian homes, sleek contemporary condos and sophisticated boutique shops. This area includes most of Old Chinatown, the colorful Pearl District, Nob Hill, Arlington Heights and NW 23rd. It is connected to downtown by the Portland streetcar line. Some notable condo communities in Northwest Portland include the Old Town ...
Southeast Portland is east of the Willamette River, south of downtown and runs from the waterfront neighborhoods of Buckman, Brooklyn and Sellwood east to Kerns, Laurelhurst and the historic Ladd Addition and out to the growing city of Gresham. It includes the hipster Hawthorne District, the walkable Belmont District in Sunnyside, Mt. Tabor (an extinct volcano and beloved park) and Reed College. You'll find mostly single family and townhome styles in Southeast Portland. For an ...
Southwest Portland is home to the city's vibrant downtown located along the Willamette River between the waterfront and I-405. Pioneer Courtyard Square is at the center surrounded by imposing government and educational buildings, businesses and gorgeous public parks with water features and statuary. The condos in Southwest Portland are walkable urban habitats ranging from the historic to the luxurious modern. If living in a national landmark appeals, check out the one bedroom flats ...
West Portland is a section of the city west of the southwest quadrant and includes Raleigh Hills, West Hills and renovated warehouses of the Pearl District. This area is also adjacent to downtown Portland's revitalized West End, which begins roughly south of West Burnside at about 14th St and boasts a unique enclave of local artisan shops, restaurants, boutique hotels and nightclubs. You'll find plenty of lofts in West Portland, like the Marshall Wells Lofts, a restored 7-story ...
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Last Updated: 2023-12-02 03:38:48