ATTOM’s Neighborhood Data for Portland, OR
Portland’s Distinctive Downtown Neighborhoods
Neighborhood data for Portland, OR, reveals some 90 neighborhoods all with unique characteristics and demographics.
Portland is separated into five sections – Northwest, Southwest, Southeast, Northeast, and North. A sixth section called South Portland was added in 2021.
Portland’s neighborhoods are home to students, creatives, young professionals, and growing families. Pearl District is a neighborhood in the heart of downtown. It has a vibrant nightlife and is also home to families with young children. Real estate trends reflect the transformation of old warehouses in the area to upscale restaurants, art galleries, and boutiques. Many residents rely on public transit to get around. ATTOM’s neighborhood data shows school ratings for the public and private schools in Pearl District and all districts. There are no single, detached, single-family homes, but there are plenty of condos, lofts, and some townhomes.
Nob Hill is a residential and retail neighborhood in the northwest part of the city. It is only 975 acres but has lots of restaurants and shops. It is home to Linfield College and the Dove Lewis Emergency Animal Hospital. The Portland Streetcar system runs through Nob Hill to the Pearl District, the Downtown Cultural District, Portland State University, and the South Waterfront area. Other popular neighborhoods in Portland are the West End, Arlington Heights, and Laurelhurst.
The weather in Portland can be described as oceanic or Mediterranean. The winters are mild, rainfall is frequent for many months of the year, but the summers tend to be dry, warm to hot, and sunny, and with quite cool nights.
Historical aggregate crime statistics on violent and property-related crimes.
The number of unemployed as a percentage of the labor force.
Data on meteorological patterns and historic weather data.