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Map of Condos in the Downtown Area of Portland

Map of downtown condos. The map shows only buildings in the city/administrative region of Portland. It does not include buildings in neighboring cities or municipalities, or elsewhere in the metropolitan region Portland. Only high rise buildings are marked on the map. For the purpose of the website Skyscrapers a highrise is considered to be a building of at least 12 stories or a multi-floored building at least 35 meters tall.

Downtown Portland Condos

The Ambassador

Nine stories 45 condos. Converted 1922 ambassadorapartment building.
Address: 1209 SW 6th Avenue
Description: The Ambassador is one of the oldest and most celebrated residences in Portland and is listed on the National Record of Historic places. The nine-story building is built in Jacobean style. It features tiers of bay windows and a crenellated parapet in the eastern recess. The building is “H” shaped. The ground floor contains commercial units in the verticals of the “H” while the cross bar contains residential common areas. The basement includes a laundry room, bicycle storage room and individual storage units. The building also features controlled access and a rooftop deck available to all residents. Due to alterations, there are currently 45 residential units including 1 studio, 3 one-bedroom units, 33 two-bedroom units and 8 three-bedroom units. Most units have been remodeled from the original footprint and no two are alike.
Architect: Carl L. Lind
Year Built: 1922 converted to condos in 1978

American Plaza

Three towers 22 to 26 stories – 300 condos
Address: 200 – 400 SW 1st Avenue
Description: American Plaza is comprised of three towers that offer spectacular views: Lincoln, Grant and Madison. Lincoln is an 18-story tower built in 1972. Grant is the tallest of the three at 26 stories, built in 1975. Madison is the newest tower – built in 1980 – rising 22 stories in height. Located just south of the main downtown and a a couple blocks from the Willamette River. All the units have small balconies. This complex provides secured entries, secured parking, a pool, hot tub, sauna, and weight room.
Year Built: Built between 1972 and 1980

Benson Tower

26 stories – 143 condominiums
Address: SW 11th Avenue & Clay Street Map It
Description: Located in the downtown Cultural District. Condo features include stone counters, stainless appliances, gas cooking, and secured parking for most units.
Year Built: 2007
Architects: MCA Architects
Developer: Weston Investments

The Cornerstone

Six stories – 50 units
Address: 1130 SW Jefferson
Description: Unit range in size from 303 – 530 square feet. The building features a storm water treatment system and high efficiency central water heater to reduce costs. It also offers parking, laundry facilities, and tax abatement. Located in the heart of downtown, The Cornerstone is in close proximity to movie theaters, galleries, retail and restaurants. It is a short jaunt to Portland State University and the Park Blocks.
Year Built: 2000
Architects: William Wilson designed the wood frame structure on a small quarter-block parcel with 3,000 feet of ground floor retail.

Eleventh Avenue Lofts

Six stories – 26 lofts. Converted 1903 apartment building.
Address: 420 SW 11th Avenue (corner of SW 11th Avenue & Columbia Street)
Description: Eleventh Avenue Lofts is a classic Portland building that offers 26 one bedroom units ranging from 500-750 sq ft. Located in the heart of the Cultural District.
Year Built: Built as apartments in 1903 and converted to condos in 2003.

Eliot Tower

18-story tower – 223 condominiums
Address: SW 10th/11th Avenues & Jefferson Street
Description: Just across the street from the Portland Art eloitMuseum, the Eliot features condominiums of various styles including traditional floor plans, lofts, town homes, and penthouse suites. Amenities include concierge service, high ceilings, granite counters, gas fireplaces, fitness center, secured parking and a outdoor terrace.
Year Built: 2008
Developer: Carroll Investments

The Harrison

Three towers of 22, 24, & 25 stories – 537 condominiums and 24 townhomes. Converted three apartment buildings.
Address: SW Harrison & 4th Avenue
Description: Each condo unit offers floor-to-ceiling windows, many with spectacular Portland views of the Willamette River, downtown skyline, West Hills and Cascade Mountains. Harrison also has a pool, spa and onsite parking.
Year Built: Originally apartment buildings constructed in 1965 and converted to condos in 2007-2008.
Developer: Bean Investment Real Estate/Reliance Development/Williams & Dame Development
Harrison Condos

KOIN Center/Fountain Plaza

Top 11 floors – 44 condos
Address: SW 3rd Avenue & Columbia Street
Description: The condos are located on the top 11 floors of the tower. KOIN Center is a multi-purpose skyscraper and Portland’s third tallest tower at 509 feet. All units have corner positions and feature wide angle views of the Cascades, West Hills, and city center. Amenities include doorman/concierge, secured underground parking, outside deck/terraces and in-unit laundry hookups.
Year Built: 1984

The Mosiac


Eight stories – 40 condos
Address: SW 11th Avenue & Columbia
Description: The Mosaic is constructed of cast-in-place concrete and light-gauge steel framing. Design features include ground floor retail, full-glass exterior walls and adjacent off-site parking. Unit amenities include hardwood floors; sandblasted concrete walls and ceilings; stainless steel appliances; storage; low voltage lighting; secured entry; and terraces. All units feature floor to ceiling windows with views of downtown and the West Hills. The Mosaic was one of the first buildings to take advantage of the floor area ratio (FAR) bonus provided by the City for installing an eco-roof. This additional FAR allowed for the construction of six additional units. There is no parking within the building.
Year Built: 2004
Architect: Myhre Group Architects

Portland Plaza

25 stories – 147 condos
Address: 1500 SW 5th Avenue
Description: The Portland Plaza is commonly referred to as the “Norelco Building” due to its distinctive shape. Portland Plaza is one of Portland’s original high-rise condominium towers and a skyline landmark. Amenities at Portland Plaza include a swimming pool, concierge, security, fitness center and even a putting green.
Year Built: 1973

The Roosevelt

12 floors – 104 condos.
Address: 1005 SW Park Avenue (corner of SW Salmon & Park) Map it
Description: This building is located in the heart of the Cultural District; steps from the Concert Hall, Art Museum, downtown theaters, and restaurants.
Year Built: Hotel built in 1925 – converted to condos in 2000.
Developer: Willamette Development

University Park Condos

Four stories – 125 condos. Converted 1987 apartment building.
Address: 1500 SW Park Avenue
Description: The building features 125 apartment style studios, one and two bedroom units that range in size from 397 to 1503 square feet. All units have been extensively remodeled. Units feature hardwood floors, HVAC, carpeted bedrooms and private decks. The new kitchens offer stainless steel appliances, granite countertops and birch cabinetry while the remodeled bathrooms feature marble countertops, tile floors and new bathtubs with ceramic tile surround. The gated courtyard features a fountain and several flowering dogwood trees. Building amenities include a fitness center with spa and rooftop sundeck. University Park is located on the south park blocks with convenient access to Portland State University and the streetcar line.
Year Built: 1987 – converted to condos in 2005.

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Pearl District Condos

937 Condos

Location: NW 10th Avenue & Glisan Street
Description: The 937 is the third high-rise condo in the U.S. to be LEED Platinum certified. 937 features innovative floor plans designed to maximize light, attentive concierge service, and easy access to Portland’s shops & restaurants. The 114 condos range in size, from 900-1600 square feet with penthouse residences ranging in size from 1250-2500 square feet.
Number of Units: 16 stories (170 ft) − 114 condominiums
Year Built: October 2008
Architects: Holst Architecture and Ankrom Moisan
Developer: W&K Development (Geoff Wenker & Patrick Kessi)
Green: Platinum LEED
Parking: 937 has 135 parking spaces on two underground levels.

The Avenue Lofts

Seven stories – 166 lofts. Converted warehouse.
Address: NW 14th Avenue & Hoyt Street
Description: Warehouse-style lofts with modern luxury amenities. Along with the large open spaces and concrete columns you’ll find modern kitchens, stainless appliances and hardwood floors. Parking is deeded and secured underground. Avenue Lofts also feature a tax abatement through 2015.
Year Built: 1923 as a warehouse for the Meier & Frank department store in downtown. Converted to condos in 2004.
Developer: Robert Ball

Block 90

Three stories and added one more – 11 condos. Converted commercial building erected in 1923 that was converted to condos.
Address: NW 13th Avenue & Flanders Street
Architects: Vallaster & Corl Architect
Developer: Parallel Development, LLC
Year Built: Commercial building erected in 1923 and converted to condos in 2006.

Bridgeport Condos

Six floors – 120 condos
Address: 1130 NW 12th Avenue
Description: Two mid-rise condominium buildings connected by a courtyard. Most units at Bridgeport have wood floors, modern kitchens and stainless appliances. Some corner units have wrap-around balconies. Located in the quieter end of the Pearl but with easy access to the streetcar line.
Year Built: 2003

The Casey

16 stories – 61 condominiums
Address: NW 1casey2th Avenue & Everett Street
Description: It has only 61 units, most with two or more bedrooms. The building has achieved an LEED platinum rating making it one of the most environmentally friendly and sustainable buildings in the country. Amenities include art glass along the facade facing NW Everett Street, concierge, elegant finish work, secured parking and entries.
Year Built: 2007
Architects: GBD Architects
Developers: Gerding/Edlen
Green: Platinum LEED

Chown Pella Lofts

5 stories – 68 lofts. Converted industrial building into lofts.
Address: 416 NW 13th Avenue (corner of NW 13th Avenue and Glisan Street)
Description: A warehouse loft complex with two brick buildings built in 1910 and 1911. These residences feature authentic loft elements like exposed brick, beams and ductwork. Amenities include indoor parking and a large roof-top deck for residents to use.
Year Built: This industrial building was built around 1905 and a year later a six-story structure was constructed next door. These two buildings operated as one warehouse for many businesses. It was converted to lofts in 1996.

City Lofts

Four stories – 13 lofts. Converted 1905 industrial building.
Address: 1011 NW Glisan Street
Description: One of the earlier loft projects in the Pearl. This building was originally a warehouse converted into loft spaces. Lofts feature secure parking, exposed brick and timber, 14′ ceilings and distinct floor plans.
Year Built: 1905 and converted to condos in 1993.

The Cosmopolitan

28 stories – 168 units to include garden lofts. New construction.
Address:  NW 10 Avenue and NW Glisan Street.
Description: The goal was to make the tallest thinnest building possible and also to make it appear taller and thinner than it is. The architect  created inset decks as outdoor rooms in all the tower units. These inset decks cut into the crystalline glass massing of the tower and essentially create the appearance of four smaller thinner connected glass volumes (one at each corner) and emphasizes the towers verticality. The placement of these cuts and their offsets as they move up the tower also serve to create a more sculptural massing for the tower.  The building is 340 feet high making it the sixth tallest building in Portland.
Year Built:  2015-2016.
Website:  www.cosmopolitanpearl.com

Crane Building

Six stories (existing) + 1 added – 32 units. Converted industrial building. The Crane Lofts are located on the fourth, fifth and sixth floors of the tower.
Address: 720 Northwest 14th Avenue (corner of NW 14th Avenue & Irving Street)
Description: Maple floors, original concrete columns, and neutral-colored walls that complement original restored brick. Eleven-foot ceilings and eight-foot windows offer views of the Pearl District, downtown, and the West Hills.
Year Built: Erected in 1909 by Oregon’s first Governor-appointed State Architect William C. Knighton, the Crane Building served as the stylish regional headquarters for The Crane Company. It was converted to lofts in 2006.
Architects: SERA Architects for the conversion to lofts.

The Edge

11 stories – 125 lofts
Address: 805 NW 14th Avenue
Description: Contemporary loft building features modern finishes, such as European-style kitchens with stone or steel counters, floor tiles and stone or glass counters. At the retail level of the Edge you’ll find a REI store
Year Built: 2004

The Elizabeth

16 floors – 182 lofts
Address: NW Ninth Avenue & Flanders/Everett Street
Description: It contains 182 elegantly designed contemporary loft spaces. Amenities include concierge service, secured entry, wood floors, granite counter tops, ceramic tile, dedicated parking and storage space.
Year Built: 2005

The Encore

15 stories – 177 units
Address: NW 9th Avenue & Overton Street
Description: The architect on the Encore was BOORA and it was developed by Hoyt Street Properties. The Encore is a 15-story building that is the first structure in the Pearl to be built in a semicircle on one face.  There are 177 units to include lofts, one and two bedroom, townhomes, and penthouses.
Year Built: 2008

Flanders Street Lofts

Seven stories – 28 lofts. Converted 1928 industrial building.
Address: NW flanders_streetFlanders Street & North Park Blocks
Description: When the building was converted to condos in 1998, three addition floors were added to the existing building which makes for some very unique floor plans. Located on the North Park Blocks, the Flanders Street Lofts has been used in several movies including one from Gus Van Sant who is a Pearl District resident.
Year Built: Constructed in 1928 as an industrial building and converted to lofts in 1998.

The Gregory

12 floors – 133 lofts
Address: 1120 NW Glisan Street
Description: Build in 2000 by John Carroll, it has 133 units, a fifth floor terrace and unique art deco styling. The building features secured entries and secured parking. 1 and 2-bedroom lofts with 11th and 12th-floor penthouses ranging in size from 750 square feet to 3350 square feet.
Year Built: 2000

The Henry

15 stories – 123 condos
Address: 1025 NW Couch Street
Description: These condominiums feature hardwood floors, gourmet kitchens and huge windows allowing great natural light. Just steps to the streetcar, Powell Books, and Whole Foods. Units range in size from one bedroom to three bedroom penthouse units with two covered balconies. The concrete-framed structure also houses retail and restaurant space on the ground floor and three levels of parking.
Year Built: 2004

Hoyt Commons

Four stories – 48 condos
Address: NW 12th Avenue & Hoyt Street
Description: With units ranging from 628 square feet to 1160 square feet, Hoyt Commons is one of the only buildings where each unit has a private deck. Features include secure entry, parking, oversized windows.
Year Built: 1995

Irving Street Lofts

Eight stories – 86 lofts. Converted 1924 industrial building.
Address: NW 13th Avenue & Irving Street
irving_streetDescription: Warehouse-style open lofts in an 8-story building. The building has a huge roof-top deck for residents to use for cook-outs and relaxing. Irving Street Lofts was originally used as a pharmaceutical warehouse and then became the first building to sell residential space. This space was exclusively used by artists as a space to live and a space to create their art. Most units have an exposed concrete column 12 foot ceilings. The windows are large and allow light to penetrate each unit. Many artists still call Irving Street Lofts their home for this reason alone. The roof top terrace is by far the largest of any residential building in Portland. The building which takes up an entire city block has just as much space on its roof that it is pen year round to its units.
Year Built: 1995

Lexis on the Park

Five stories – 139 condos
Address: 1102 NW 11th Avenue
Originally designed to be apartments, the developer switched to condos before completion.
Description: Located across from Tanner Springs Park. Updated with luxury amenities like cherry kitchen cabinets, solid-surface counters and stainless appliances. Building amenities include a meeting room, community room, fitness center and courtyard.
Year Built: 2005
Architect: Mithun Partners, Seattle
Developer: Hoyt Street Properties

Marshall Wells Lofts

Seven floors – 164 lofts. Converted warehouse.
Address: 1420 N.W. Lovejoy Street
Description: While the lofts stay true to their authentic nature, they also include luxury appointments like stainless steel appliances, slate counters, HVAC, indoor parking and cork flooring. Some of the lofts even have unobstructed views of Mt. Hood.
Year Built: 1910 and converted to lofts in 2003

The McKenzie

Six floors – 68 lofts.
Address: NW 12th Avenue and Flanders Street
Descriptimckenzieon: The McKenzie Lofts looks like it’s directly out of the 1920’s but actually the building was built in 1998 with the brick exterior appearing weathered as part of the architectural style. The McKenzie was never intended to stick out as a shiny “new development” but rather to blend into the architectural diversity of the neighborhood. Units range in size from 682 square feet to 1725 square feet.
Year Built: 1998

The Metropolitan

19 stories – 121 condominiums and 12 loft-style townhomes
Address: NW 10th & Lovejoy Street
Description: The “green” building has high performance energy efficient mechanical systems and glazing systems, storm water retention for landscape irrigation, the incorporation of durable, low-maintenance materials and the use of healthy materials and abundant natural ventilation for improved air quality.
Year Built: 2007
Architects: BOORA
Developers: Hoyt Street Properties
Green: LEED Silver
Metropolitan Condos

The Modern Confectionery Lofts

Three stories – seven loft units. Converted confectionery production plant built in 1900.
Address: 1240 NW Hoyt Street
Description: Originally Portland’s first confectionary production plant, the Modern Confectionary building was converted into condos in 1999 by Robert Ball. Units offer great views of the First Thursday action from private decks. Each unit has exposed beams and brick.
Year Built: The Modern Confectionery was built in 1900 and converted to lofts in 1999.

North Park Lofts

11 floors – 67 lofts. Built in early 1909 as in indoor junkyard.
Address: 300 NW Eighth Avenue
Description: The North Park Lofts began construction in the late 1990’s to add an additional 5 floors. The building now stands 11 stories and has 67 residential lofts. The lower floors have true warehouse elements with tall ceilings, exposed beams and concrete columns. The top five floors were sold as shells; meaning the prospective buyers could finish them off as they envisioned. Each unit is completely different from one another. The North Park Lofts also has a great rooftop deck with a small room which has a kitchenette which overlooks the North Park Blocks, the Pearl District’s original park.
Year Built: The building was constructed as an indoor junkyard in 1909 and converted to lofts in 2000.

Old Town Lofts

Eight stories – 96 lofts
Address: NW 4th Avenue & Flanders Street
Description: Old Town Lofts were the first new condo construction in the Old Town neighborhood which runs to the east of the Pearl District. Views from most units, secured entry, parking, private community courtyard, hardwood floors. Some of the lofts have courtyards.
Year Built: 2001


Eight stores – 79 units
Address: NW 18th and NW Front.  Located on the Willamette River 1.5 miles from the heart (Pioneer Square) of downtown Portland.  This is three-quarters of a mile from McCormick Pier.
Description: Each unit boasts floor to ceiling glass and some units feature expansive panoramic views. The homes are finished with engineered hardwood floors, slab granite counter tops, European fixtures, large soaking tubs, plush carpeting and expansive windows are all standard. Owners can choose from contemporary color palettes. Slab granite countertops and custom cabinetry in kitchens. Engineered hardwood flooring throughout living level. 10′ ceiling height. Eight-foot doors throughout main living level. Secured parking.
Year Built: The Pacifica was finished in early 2008.

Park Northwest

Six stories – 18 condos
Address: NW Park Avenue & Flanders Street
park_northwestDescription: Park Northwest looks out on to the 100 year old trees that align the North Park Blocks. Built in 2000 and strategically placed between two existing structures, most of these lofts face the North Park Blocks park. The Peemkaew Thai Restaurant at the bottom floor gives the residents of Park NW a 10% discount. Park NW has become a favorite among both artists and those looking to live on the park.
Year Built: 2000

Park Place Condos

13 floors – 124 condos (89 flats, 9 townhomes, 18 lofts and 8 penthouses)
Address: 922 NW 11th Avenue
Description: The project offers several different floor plans: traditional flats, townhomes, and lofts. Connecting the old and the new, Park Place sits on the former Burlington Northern rail yards. The Pearl Boardwalk is on the east side of the building connects all of the Pearl’s parks. Rising 13 floors, Park Place offers city views and easy access to Portland Streetcar Line and two blocks from the Broadway Bridge which accesses the Rose Garden and Convention Center. The finishing package included custom Cherry wood kitchen cabinets, polished slab granite kitchen and bathroom countertops, and Caribbean Rosewood flooring. Loft and townhome finishes include maple flooring, granite kitchen counters, custom European cabinetry, stainless appliances, and floating glass vanity counters with stainless sinks.
Year Built: 2004

Pearl Lofts

Three floors – 27 lofts
Address: Northwest 10th Avenue & Hoyt Street
Description: A building in the heart of the Pearl Lofts have all of today’s modern finishes. Features Include: secured entry, parking, hardwood floors, and 15 foot ceilings. Completed in 2002, these lofts are right on the North park, just blocks from the Brewery blocks.
Year Built: 2002

The Pinnacle

14 stories – 176 condos
Address: 1255 NW 9th Avenue
Description: The Pinnacle is located next to Tanner Springs Park. With an L-shaped design, the Pinnacle is one of the few buildings that is a high rise and also a low rise. Wipinnacleth a 14 story high rise tower with condos and a seven story low rise with townhomes, the Pinnacle also has a one story stand alone retail space. Features include hardwood floors, dark wood floors and cabinets, the Pinnacle has a more modern touch than most buildings. The lobby boasts an elaborate grand circular staircase in the lobby. A night-lit curtain in the elevator corridor runs the entire 14 stories on the east side of the building. The Pinnacle can be seen as far away as Rocky-Butte which is 10 drive miles away from the Pearl District and very close to Portland Airport. Parking is secure in an underground garage, and deeded storage units are available with some units.
Year Built: 2005
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Riverscape Townhomes

104 townhomes with an attached two-car garage.
Address:  NW 16th and NW Front.  Located on the Willamette River 1.5 miles from the heart (Pioneer Square) of downtown Portland.
Description: A variety of plans and prices are offered with square footage of just under 1,500 feet to over 3,700 feet. The original plans included two towers of condos and 91 brownstones but were halted after the housing market cooled. Plans for the future include a marina with 61 boat slips,
Year Built: 2005.

Riverstone Condos

Six floors – 121 condos
Address: 820 NW 12th Avenue
Description: The Riverstone Condos were built in 1998 and are home to 121 condos. A very popular residential building, the Riverstone sits across from Jamison Square. The Riverstone is on the Portland Street Car line with a stop at the corner. Features: Storage locker including bikes, secure building and parking, personal deck overlooks the courtyard which features an outdoor patio for resident’s use.
Year Built: 1998

The Strand

189 condominiums in three towers and 27 two-story townhomes.
Address:  South of downtown along the Willamette River.  The property is next to South Waterfront Park on Southwest River Drive between Montgomery and River Parkway. This area has a marina, 2-blocks of retail, athletic club, apartments, and other condos.
Description: Three condominium towers, two with 11 floors and one with 13, and a single-story restaurant. The glass and metal point towers are brick and metal at the base, where two-story townhomes offer another option for residents looking for a different feel.  The Strand features  amenities such as concierge service, security and assigned parking.

Streetcar Lofts

Eight stories – 139 lofts
Address: 1030 NW 12th Avenue
Description: Streetcar Lofts was designed to look like an historic Soho loft building. It has loft spaces in a variety of floor plans, both single-level and twpinnacleo-level. Streetcar earned national architecture awards for its industrial architecture and interior features. Poured concrete floors and walls, gas fireplaces encased in granite, and brilliantly flexible kitchen and dining areas make Streetcar unique. Amenities include 10-foot ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows, French doors that open onto European-style balconies, secured parking, a fitness room, and a private central courtyard.
Year Built: 2001

Tanner Place Condos

Seven floors – 120 condos
Address: 1030 NW Johnson Street
Description: With its formal, symmetrical façade and massing, Tanner Place helps enclose and activate adjacent Jamison Park. Ground floor retail creates an active pedestrian environment that helps connect people to the park and the street car. The building’s u-shape is designed to appear as three buildings, with individual lobbies and views east, south and west. The project’s detailing and color complement the scale and character of the neighborhood, while an open air courtyard provides a quiet, urban garden greenspace for residents.
Year Built: 2000

The Wyatt

15 stories – 244 condominiums
Address: NW 13th Avenue & Marshall Street
Description: wyattDramatic glass and metal cascades down each side of the building from the penthouse level, instantly cutting a contemporary image through classic manufacturing design. Other features: terrace garden with outdoor fireplace for relaxation, cobblestone-lined entry, concierge services, cardio/fitness center, private decks on more than 90% of the residences, on-site reserved parking.
Year Built: 2008
Architects: Fletcher Farr Ayotte Architects
Developers: Robert Balll

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River Front Condos

McCormick Pier

301 condominiums. Converted apartments built in the 1970s.
Address: 600 NW Naito Parkway – between the Broadway Bridge and the Steel Bridge.
Year Built: 2005
Developer: Emerging Markets

The Pacifica at Riverscape

Eight stories – 79 condos
Address: NW Front Street & 18th Avenue
Year Built: 2008-2009
Developer: Apollo Development

Riverplace Condos

Converted apartment built in 1986
Address: SW Montgomery Street
Description: Located along Portland’s downtown river front. Amenities include secured entries and parking, cable TV, terraces and a park like common area. Many units have a fireplace and several have views of the river.
Year Built: 2004
Developer: Jack Onder and Homer Williams/Riverplace Partners LLC


104 townhouses, 91 brownstones, 2 condominium towers
Address: NW Naito Parkway
Year Built: 2008-2009

The Strand

13 story tower and twin 11 story towers – 187 condos and 27 townhomes
Address: 1920-1930 SW River Parkway
Description: The Strand is a trio of glass towers at the edge of the Willamette River in McCall Waterfront Park. Homes offer spectacular views of the city, river and mountains. The units range in size from 650 to over 3,000 square feet. Amenities include hardwood, granite, marble and tile finishes; elegant, state-of-the-art kitchens; fireplaces in many units; and generous terraces. Building amenities include concierge service and secured underground parking.
Year Built: 2007
Architects: Ankrom Moisan Architects
Developers: RiverPlace Partners (Onder Development
along with Williams & Dame Development Inc.)

Waterfront Pearl

Twin 10 story towers – 192 condominiums
Address: NW Naito Parkway & 9th Street
Year Built: 2007
Architects: Soren Rasmussen Architects
Developers: Waterfront Pearl LP (Naito Properties LLC/Grancorp Holdings/LLC/Pemcor Development Corporation)

South Waterfront Condos

Atwater Place

22 stories – 212 condominiums
Address: SW River Parkway & Gaines Street
Year Built: 2008
Description: On September 20, 2009, an auction of Atwater Place condos was held. In 80 minutes, Accredited Marketing Partners sold 40 Atwater Place condos on the auction block to a standing room only crowd.
Architects: Thomas Hacker Architects
Developer: River Campus Investors
Green: Silver LEED

John Ross

35 stories – 286 condominiums
Address: SW Bond Avenue & Gaines Street
Year Built:john_ross 2007
Description: The John Rossis the first building to reach a 325-foot height maximum allowed in the South Waterfront area. Most floors in the John Ross are 12,261 square feet, tapering to 8,252 square feet on the top few floors. It offers 286 units, 247 in the tower and 39 in a four-story podium.
Architects: TVA Architects
Developer: River Campus Investors

The Meriwether

Twin towers: 24 stories + 21 stories – 345 condominiums
Address: SW Curry Street & SW River Parkway
Year Built: 2006
Description: Named in honor of Northwest explorer Meriwether Lewis, this 345-unit condo complex consists of two slim high-rise towers and several rows of street-level townhouses. It represents a range of housing options, from 624 square foot studios to multi-million dollar penthouses. The design of the two towers (21 stories and 24 stories) provides opportunities for expansive glass and outstanding views.
Architects: GBD Architects/Busby and Associates
Developer: River Campus Investors

Mirabella (Continuing Care Retirement Community)

A 30-story – 224 condos
Address: SW Curry Street & SW Bond Avenue
Year Built: 2010
Architects: Unknown
Developer: Pacific Retirement

Northwest District/Nob Hill Condos

The Addison

29 condominiums
Address: NW Irving Street
Description: Addison units feature decks/terraces, hardwood floors, secured entries, in-unit laundry and air conditioning. Most have covered parking.
Year Built: 2003

The American Condominiums

Converted apartments built in 1920 to condos
Address: 705 NW Davis Street
Year Built: 2000
Developer: Evergreen Embassy LLC (Robert Ball)

Cambridge Condos & Townhouses

5-story building – 54 condos and 10 townhomes
Address: 2436-2442 NW Westover Road
Year Built: 2008

Embassy Condos

Five floors – 69 units. Converted apartments built in 1923.
Address: NembassyW 20th Avenue and NW Flanders Street
Year Built: 2004
Developer: Evergreen Embassy LLC (Robert Ball)

Hilltop Condos

Built as rentals, the buildings were converted to condos in the early 2000s
Address: Just off West Burnside – they overlook the Uptown Shopping center.
Description: Most units have panoramic city and mountain views, in-unit laundry, and reserved parking.

Irving Classic

Three stories – 40 condos
Conversion of apartment building
Address: NW Irving just west of 21st Avenue
Description: Historic building and used as a location set for the movie Drug Store Cowboy this popular NW condominium building is known for it’s unique style, vintage living spaces and wonderful location. Amenities include an onsite laundry facility, storage spaces, and some units have off street parking.
Year Built: unknown

Raleigh Court Condos

One story – 25 condos in multiple buildings
Address: NW Raleigh and 26th Avenue
Description: One-story cottages in five buildings and each building has five units. Two buildings face each other with a court area between them.
Year Built: Converted to condos in 2005. The buildings were erected as apartments in 1927.

The Vaux

Four stories – 145 condominiums
Address: NW 24th Avenue & Savier Street
Year Built: 2008
Architects: Ankrom Moisan Architects
Developer: Trammel Crow

The Westerly

14 stories – 104 units
Address: 2351 NW Westover Road (NW Westover & Everett Street)
Year Built: 2008
Architects: Ankrom Moisan Architects
Developers: Williams & Dame/Onder Development Co.
Green: LEED rated

The Westover

Five stories – 59 condos
Address: 2445 NW Westover Road
Description: Stucco building with underground parking that is built on a hillside overlooking the commercial area of Nob Hill.
Year Built: 1999

The Wickersham

Five floors – 25 condos
Address: 410 NW 18th Avenue
Renovated 1910 vintage building that was converted to condos in 2007.
Description: Interiors have been upgraded. Building has a tax abatement through June 30, 2014.

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Goose Hollow/Southwest Condos

2393 Park Place Condominiums

Three floors – 36 condos
Address: 2393 Park Place
Description: 2393 is located at the east entrance to Washington Park so residents have easy access to the trails and gardens in the park. It is 2-3 blocks from the Uptown Shopping area (market, cleaners, bank, drug store, etc.).
Year Built: When built in 1964, 2393 was an apartment building. It was converted to condos in 2005.

Amalfi Condominiums

Two stories – four condos
Address: 2385 – 2391 SW Cedar Street
Description: Mediterranean style homes located in an area of narrow and winding streets like some ancient city in Europe.
Year Built: 1979.

The Civic

16 stories – 261 condominiums
Address: SW 18th Avenue & Morrison Street
Description: Adjacent to PGE Park, The Civic consist of market-rate condos, affordable housing, and retail in a public-private partnership between the Housing Authority of Portland and Gerding-Edlen Development.
Year Built: 2008
Developers: Gerding/Edlin Development Company

The Envoy

Seven floors – 40 condominiums
Address: 23envoy36 SW Osage Street
Description: This pink-colored condo overlooks the Northwest District sitting just above the shopping mall at SW Vista and West Burnside.
Year Built: When built in 1929, it was apartment rentals. Converted to condos in the early 2000s.
Developer: Reliance Development

Hamilton Arms

Five stories – 25 condos
Address: 709 SW 16th Avenue
DescriptiHamilton_Armson: The Hamilton Arms combines historic elements with modern convenience. Units feature original hardwood floors, crown molding and plaster walls. Kitchens have been updated with new appliances and tile countertops. Studios and one-bedroom units range in size from 439 to 735 square feet. Residents enjoy the use of bicycle storage and storage lockers. Hamilton Arms is just around the corner from the PGE Park and near the MAX light rail.
Year Built: Built in 1928, The Hamilton Arms Apartments were converted to condominiums in 2005.

The Jefferson

Five stories – 52 condominiums
Address: SW 18th Avenue & Jefferson Street
Architects: Vallaster & Corl Architects
Developer: Parallel Development, LLC
Year Built: 2007

The Legends

Eight stories – maybe 40 condos
Address: 132 SW 19th Avenue
Description: The Legends offers a theatre, library, 24 hour concierge, gym, salon, restaurant, and party room.
Year Built: 1996

Park Place Tower Condominiums

Nine stories – 36 condos
Address: 2245 SW Park Place
Description: All of the condos on SW Park Place are close to downtown, parks, restaurants, and shopping. The MAX light-rail is 3-4 blocks away.
Year Built: 1983

Park Vista Corporation

12 floors – 54 units
Address: 2323 SW Park Place (corner of SW Park Place and Vista)
Description: The Park Vista is the only co-op in Oregon. A co-op apartment is different than buying a house or condominium. Instead of actually buying the property where you live, what you are doing is buying into a corporation, usually a limited liability corporation (LLC) that owns the building. Once you purchase these shares, you have an apartment that you can live in, but renting that apartment out, or doing anything illegal (like having too many occupants) is against the rules in the eyes of the corporation.
Year Built: The Park Vista was built in 1960 for apartments and converted to a co-op later.

Washington Park Condominiums

10 floors – 32 condos
Address: 2211 SW Park Place (SW Park Place & St. Clair).
Description: Starting at the entrance to Washington Park, there are five condos on SW Park Place – all within two blocks. Washington Park Condominiums is the fourth one as you travel down the hill.
Year Built: Apartments built in 1965 and converted to condos later.

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Southeast Portland Condos

Andria Condominiums

Five stories – 27 Units: 3-studios, 15-one bedroom, 3-0ne bedroom with den, 6-two bedroom two bath
Address: SE Belmont Street & 42nd Avenue
Neighborhood: Sunnyside (aka Belmont)
Year Built: 2009
Architects: Mythre Group Architects
Developers: Hasse-Belmont 4200 LLC

Belmont East

Three stories – 26 units
Address: 838 SE 38th Avenue
Neighborhood: Sunnyside (aka Belmont)
Year Built: 2009
Architects: BAMA Design LLC
Developers: Kinh Nguyen, Janis Zuments, & OL Investments, LLC

Clinton Street Lofts

Four stories – 27 lofts
Address: SE 26th Avenue & Division
Neighborhood: Hosford-Abernethy
Year Built: 2008
Architects: Holst
Developer: Rapaport


Three floors – 16 units
Address: SE 45th Avenue & Hawthorne
Neighborhood: Sunnyside (aka Hawthorne)
Year Built: 2008
Architect: Boora Architects
Developer: Hawthorne Live/Work LCC and Dansira Real Estate Services

Meranti Lofts

Two stories – 11 units
Address: SE Division & 44th Avenue
Neighborhood: Hosford-Abernethy
Year Built: 2007


Four stories – 32 condos
Address: SE 28th Avenue & Burnside
Neighborhood: Buckman
Year Built: 2009
Architects: Holst Architecture
Developer: Wong Family, LLC

North/Northeast Portland Condos


Two stories – 13 units
Address: NE 7th Avenue and Knott Street
Year Built: 2007

1620 Broadway

Five stories – At least 30 units
Address: 1520 NE Broadway
Neighborhood: Lloyd District
Description: 1-, 2- and 3-bedroom condominiums, including penthouse suites. Features include large balconies, secure underground parking, and additional onsite storage. Three blocks from Lloyd Center shopping and theaters, ten blocks from Fremont, and a direct access to downtown Portland via car or mass transit.
Year Built: 2008

The Beverly Condominiums

Two stories – 53 condos
Address: NE Sandy & 44th Avenue
Neighborhood: Hollywood
Description: 53 sustainably-built condos atop a new Whole Foods Market in the heart of Hollywood. Beverly living areas feature 4″ plank hardwood floors in natural red or saddle oak.
Year Built: 2009
Architects: GBD
Developer: Gerding Edlen Development
Green: LEED Silver

Mississippi Lofts

Four stories – 32 live work lofts
Address: 4138 N. Mississippi Avenue
Neighborhood: Boise
Year Built: 2009
Architects: Michael Willis Architects
Developer: Mississippi Avenue Lofts LLC – joint venture between Peter Wilcox, David Yoho and Bill Jackson
Green: LEED Gold

 Shizen Condos

Seven condos
Address: 1706 NE Schuyler
Description: Shizen condominiums goal is net-zero energy usage – in other words, generating all of its power onsite. It’s a more traditional looking building, but overall, particularly considering its green features, it’s a positive addition to the neighborhood.
Year Built: 2008
Architects: David Spitzer
Developer: Sakura Urban Concepts

Wygant Lofts

Two stories – 6 units
Address: N. Williams & Wygant
Year Built: 2006
Architects: David Spitzer
Developer: Wygant Lofts LLC