Homes for Sale in Downtown Portland

Downtown Portland OR Real Estate

Search all Downtown Portland homes for sale and real estate listings. Downtown Portland is part of Northwest Portland. For more information about homes for sale in Downtown Portland or to schedule a private showing of a property displayed below, contact our expert Downtown Portland real estate agents today.

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Downtown Portland Real Estate Listings

Downtown Portland Real Estate Stats October 28, 2020
83
Listed
88
Avg. DOM
$441.20
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$399,000
Med. List Price
83 Properties
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This content last updated on October 28, 2020. Some properties which appear for sale on this site may subsequently have sold or may no longer be available. All information provided is deemed reliable but is not guaranteed and should be independently verified. IDX and listing information is provided exclusively for consumers' personal, non-commercial use and may not be used for any purpose other than to identify prospective properties consumers may be interested in purchasing.

Downtown Portland Info

Downtown Portland is the commercial core and central transportation hub of Portland, Oregon. It is everything one could expect in an American city, a place for business, dining, shopping, and entertainment with a rhythm created by pedestrians, cars, and light rail trains that convene daily in the space of roughly one square mile. Portland's city officials have been longtime global leaders in managing urban development, always with an eye on balancing renewal with steady growth.

Downtown Portland Pioneer Place

Past revitalization efforts include creating a downtown transit mall in 1977, replacing an ugly freeway with a new waterfront park in 1978 (later named after Governor Tom McCall), building Pioneer Courthouse Square in 1984, opening the Portland Gresham light rail line in 1986, and construction of Pioneer Place mall in 1990 that successfully lured shoppers from around the region, attracted new businesses and retained existing ones.

Many efforts since the '90s emphasized making Downtown Portland more attractive. Visitors will find that it is cleaner than most other cities, and the public transportation system is very well planned, especially the light rail system Metropolitan Area Express (MAX) that connects downtown to Beaverton, Clackcamas, Greasham, Hillsboro, Milwaukie, North Portland, Northeast Portland, and Portland International Airport (PDX).

Downtown Portland MAX

Before the 1990s, the downtown area felt like a ghost town at night; people only came here to work Monday through Friday and would leave each evening. Since then, more residential development projects have been built. A new generation of homebuyers, looking for a more cosmopolitan lifestyle where work and play are closer together, flocked to new, modern condominium complexes. Today, there are many attractive condos downtown, some along the waterfront with gorgeous territorial views of the Willamette River, Mt. Hood, and the city's skyline.

Each property listing above includes details about the price, year built, size of the home and the lot (square feet), number of bedrooms, number of bathrooms, and other vital details. You’ll also be able to check the number of days it has been on the market (DOM), the MLS number, and the listing status (active, pending, or bumpable).

Review exterior features like swimming pools, yards, fences, and landscaping. Listings will also specify the architectural style of the house and if there are any views. Interior features like heating and cooling systems will be itemized. If any appliances or other personal property are included with the sale, those will also be noted.

When available, local information will be included along with Downtown Portland schools, nearby amenities, and a map.

Downtown Portland Realtors®

Are you thinking of buying or selling a home? If you're looking to buy a home, contact our Downtown Portland real estate agents; we're the LOCAL experts and can answer all of your home buying and neighborhood questions.

If you're thinking of selling your home in the Downtown Portland neighborhood or Greater Portland, our listing agents can provide dates and prices of recently sold homes nearby, up-to-date real estate market information, and previous sales history.