Which Portland neighborhood do you call home? Or, are you Moving to Portland?
Lake Oswego Downtown First Addition
We are a small apartment community of 22 units. In the heart of the Lake Oswego Village, in First addition, We boast a walk ability score of 95. We are close to everything you need, right here in the neighborhood. Tri Met transit mall at Safeway, within a few blocks. Iron House has one and two bedroom apartment homes, with unique architectural style.
What do you love about Portland?
It's green, lush and beautiful. Close to the mountains and the ocean. Hikers,bikers,skiers,snowboarders,windsurfers,kayakers,canoers,
walkers, sailors, water skiers paradise...we have it all in the NW. I love Portland !
What's your favorite Portland neighborhood and why?
First Addition. I call it home for many years. It is the best place to live !
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The first question is "what is your budget?" That is going to narrow your choices drastically. Richmond, Boise, Sunnyside, Mt. Tabor are all great areas. But not helpful if you can only afford to live in Centennial. "
If you're traveling to Portland Oregon, either to visit or in preparation for moving there, you need to have a place to stay. Many people stay out at the Portland Airport, making a common mistake in thinking that it is "centrally located to everything."No... not even close. It can easily take 45-60 minutes in normal traffic to drive the few miles from the airport to downtown. Longer if it is rush hour. The best bet…See More