Street Car Lofts

Street Car Lofts
s located on the corner of Lovejoy & 11th where the trolley turns south toward downtown. It is one of the more unusual and interesting buildings in the Pearl. This 2001 building offers 131 units. The design of the loft interiors remain true to the original concept with 10 foot ceilings, undefined spaces, concrete floors and floor to ceiling windows.
Newer contemporary, light & airy loft with floor to ceiling windows, loft faces south, patio access onto beautiful commons courtyard that sits one story above street level. Walk in closet and stacking w/d. Also includes storage space. Onsite workout room. Located in the streetcar lofts



Street Car Lofts
0 Beds, 1.0 Bath, 607 SF

 

 

Property Description
 
Awesome Streetcar loft facing west. High ceilings and a wall of windows. Cool Loft style architecture. Perfect location for all the action in The Pearl.


Features

Lot:

LT-RAIL
Exterior:
Other.

Pet Information:

No pets

Appliances:

Stove, Refrig, D/W, W/D, Microwave

Parking:

1 space

Special terms: 

No smoking

Utilities included in rent:

None

Utilities paid by tenant:

All


Neighborhood

County:   
Area:  
Zip Code:  

Multnomah
148
97209

Elementary School:   
Middle School:   
High School:   

Chapman
West Sylvan
Lincoln


Utilities & Public Services

Heating:

FOR-AIR    
Water:   
PUBLIC

Sewer:   

PUBLIC
 


UPCOMING LOFTS, CONDOS CONDOMINIUMS AT PORTLAND
UPCOMING PORTLAND   EVENTS



New Downtown housing


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Upcoming Events in Portland,
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Attic Gallery
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Portland Mall on Construction


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Festival

Outdoor Seating – Rose Quarter

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Indoor Seating – Rose Quarter

KidFest Northwest

Portland Art Center

Portland Northwest Film Center
 


 

Portland condo market

It seems there is great demand for the new condominums in portland metro area. Today I went to the grand opening of Polygon homes, Tanasboune crossing condos. The first phase was sold out when I reached there. People were talking that they came to the condominium site at 5AM in the morning! Is Portland going to become like bay area or is it just a hype created by builders.

Another new townhome community is coming up in Bethany area. These townhomes are constructed by Arbor homes. The prices are starting from $280K. This is the base price without any upgrades. There are also the sales agent said that they are sold out and we will have to wait for the next release.



Living large in small spaces

Condominiums with less than 1,000 square feet are some of the hottest properties inPortland’snew-home market, attracting a wide spectrum of buyers, from empty-nesters trading yardwork for travel to singles or couples trading space for luxury finishes and better neighborhoods. A look at three new developments shows how the right combination of storage, visual continuity and neighborhood all work to create a “living large” feeling in a compact new home. Buyers at the 27-unit Andria Condominium at Southeast Belmont Street and 42nd Avenue range in age from early 20s to 80s, said Barbara Durrett, a broker with John L. Scott.

“They’re practical — they don’t want yardwork and they’re tired of the stuff that comes with a big home,” Durrett said. Condo buyers still have “stuff,” though, so Andria has large individual storage rooms in the basement, along with a special room for bike storage. All units except studios come with one covered parking space. At Tanasbourne Place, a condominium project in Beaverton by Polygon Northwest, all the condos have small, attached garages. With a little planning and installation, owners can create extra storage space on the garage walls. In the one-bedroom Tanasbourne condos, a walk-in closet in the bedroom and a laundry room offer more nooks and crannies. The laundry room is downsized to a washer/dryer closet in the two-bedroom models and the walk-in closet is a bit smaller, but the trade-off is one more bedroom and one more bath. “The attached garage is important for our buyers,” said Elizabeth Chichavich, Polygon’s on-site sales representative. “It makes the condo feel more like a traditional home, where you can put all your extra stuff out of sight.” At Benson Tower, now being built on Southwest 11th Avenue in downtown Portland, underground parking is included and buyers may purchase garage storage space. They can even buy a spot in the wine storage area for their favorite vintages.

 


 

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