NW District, Portland OR 97210
The Peggy Hoag Group at Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices offers Real Estate Services for NW District of Portland, Oregon. The Northwest District is a densely populated retail and residential neighborhood in the Northwest section of Portland, Oregon. Craftsman and Old Portland style houses are packed tightly together with grand old apartment buildings and sleek new condominiums, within walking distance of restaurants, bars, and shops. The Portland Streetcar's first line terminates here, connecting the district to the Pearl District, Downtown Portland and points to the south.
Northwest District if you're young, don't know anyone, and are new to Portland, NW Portland is the district in which you'll first live because it's made up of model 20-minute neighborhoods that are just a stone's throw from the city center. Northwest District offers historic walk-ups and highrise condos make it a favorite of students, young professionals and families, which also make it one of the city's most densely, populated districts.
Northwest District is a popular destination for shopping and dining with historic and trendy neighborhoods like Chinatown and the Pearl District, and also includes Portland's industrial and shipping districts. Northwest District is the most northern point which lies one of the county's largest urban parks, Forest Park a temperate rain forest that's a daytime destination for the city's hikers, bikers and casual strollers.
Northwest District nearby Bordering Neighborhoods
Beyond NW 21st and 23rd are residential districts and recreational areas, such as the forested Macleay Park (acquired 1897, in the Forest Park neighborhood). Parks within the Northwest District include Couch Park (1977) and Wallace Park (1920). Northwest District public schools include Chapman Elementary School and the Metropolitan Learning Center. Legacy Good Samaritan Hospital and Medical Center and Linfield College-Portland Campus are located between NW 23rd and NW 22nd avenues.
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Northwest District Neighborhood Top Parks
Couch Park: This park is named after Captain John Heard Couch, who first sailed for Portland from Newburyport, Massachusetts in 1839. The park features a basketball court, an off-leash area for dogs, paved paths, a playground and public restrooms. As of 2010 more than one hundred trees representing dozens of tree types exist in the park, including birch, cedar, elm, fir, maple, pine, various fruit trees and others. European white birch and English are the most abundant species in the park. Couch Park was included in the book
A Bark in the Park: The 45 Best Places to Hike with Your Dog in the Portland, Oregon Region.
NW District Closest Schools
Chapman Elementary School
Forest Park Elementary
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