Northeast Portland is made up of a diverse set of neighborhoods featuring historic era homes, many parks and amenities that are within walking distance of most homes. NE Portland is bordered by Williams Ave to the west, Burnside St to the south, the Columbia River to the north, and the city limits to the east. Irvington and Alameda boast some of the most expensive and historic homes in all of Portland. This area is close to downtown and split by NE Fremont Street, which features quite a few local businesses, boutique shops, notable restaurants, and coffee shops. Northeast Portland neighborhoods include the Alberta Arts District, the Hollywood District, the Laurelhurst district and the Rose City/ Roseway district.
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Rose City Park came into being in 1907, the same year that the Rose Festival premiered in Portland. Found on the northeast end of the city, the neighborhood is bordered by Hollywood, Beaumont-Wilshire, Cully, Roseway, and Madison South. Click here to read more about Northeast Portland’s Rose City neighborhood.