Northeast Portland is one of the fastest evolving Portland areas. Featuring some of Portland’s most innovative restaurants and bars, Northeast is a very desirable place to live.
NW Portland is a large area containing such iconic neighborhoods as “The Pearl” and the Nob Hill “Alphabet District.” With close proximity to downtown and easy access to Beaverton via Hwy 26, it’s a top choice for young professionals.
Southeast Portland is the heart of Portland’s East Side. With popular shopping and dining areas like Hawthorne, Belmont, Division, and Sellwood, there is something for everyone in this diverse district.
Southwest Portland is a sprawling area containing some of the largest Porltand homes. From mansions in the West Hills to newly constructed sub-divisions, SW Portland is an attractive area.
With easy access to the Max line on Interstate and amazing downtown views from the Overlook park area, North Portland has a lot to offer. New restaurants and shops are popping up here every day.
St. Johns is rapidly becoming a hot spot in the Portland neighborhood scene. Business developers are currently investing in the downtown area and with it’s close proximity to Portland and unique small town feel, it’s a great choice for a family home.
Featuring 600 acres of parks and open spaces, Lake Oswego is a great place to live if you want to be surrounded by beauty while maintaining quick access to Portland and an array of shops and great restaurants.
In 2010, Beaverton (Oregon’s 6th largest city) was named by Money magazine as one of the 100 “best places to live”, among smaller cities, in the country.
Portland’s East suburbs are conveniently located close to the Columbia Gorge which is rich with scenic waterfalls and hikes.
Portland’s south suburbs offer easy access to amazing parks and recreation and unique shopping areas like Bridgeport Village.