This apartment is in the Goose Hollow neighborhood in Portland. Nearby parks include Campbell Fountain, Couch City Park and Jefferson Street City Park.
1926 W Burnside Street has a Walk Score of 100 out of 100. This location is a Walker’s Paradise so daily errands do not require a car.
Nearby schools include Cathedral School, Childrens Creative Learning Center and Lincoln High School.
The closest grocery stores are Towler's Market & Barbeque, Towler's Market & Barbeque and Commodore Grocery.
Nearby coffee shops include Coffeehouse Northwest, Starbucks and coco donuts. There are 222 restaurants within a 15 minute walk including Hot lips pizza, Portland Urban Bistro and Panda Express.
1926 W Burnside Street is near Art Institute of Portland, Pacific Northwest College of Art and Portland State University.
There are excellent bike lanes and the terrain is flat as a pancake. 1926 W Burnside Street is a Biker’s Paradise, daily errands can be accomplished on a bike.
Pets allowed: No
The condo has amazing views towards the east of the city, Mt. Hood and Mt. St Helens. It is fully furnished with a Italian leather sectional sofa, Zero-Gravity chair, Bose surround sound speakers, 42" LCD HD Toshiba TV, Samsung DVD/CD player and Yamaha receiver. Fully stocked kitchen with stainless steel appliances, gas range, microwave, dishwasher, blender, toaster, rice cooker, slow cooker, coffee grinder and coffee machine. Stacked washer and dryer in closet. There is plenty of closet space for storage. The bathroom has shower with tub. There is one designated secured parking space available in the parking garage. There is 24 hour concierge staff that are very friendly and helpful.
The neighborhood has most everything you could need or want within walking distance. Public transportation(MAX light rail and buses) is right across the street. Goose Hollow is adjacent to NW Nob Hill, Pearl District, Downtown, Old Town/Chinatown, Washington Park and Forest Park. There are several grocery stores, Zupan's, Whole Foods, Trader Joe's, Fred Meyer and City Market. There are several different Farmer's Markets throughout the week with fresh, local produce and other products. The Oregon Culinary Institute is about 5 blocks away. You'll find so many restaurants, bars, breweries and coffee shops.
There are many different shops, boutiques and thrift stores.
The Pearl district and downtown are known for their art galleries. Every "First Thursday" of the month galleries are open later than normal to feature various art and artist. Some galleries have food, wine and music. During the months between April-November the Pearl has an outdoor art walk. The local art schools are PNCA and the Art Institute of Portland. The Portland Art Museum is within walking distance. There are several performing art theaters and concert venues like the Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall, Keller Auditorium, Artists Repertory Theatre, Portland Center for the Performing Arts and Portland Center Stage, Fez Ballroom and Crystal Ballroom. There are several movie theaters in the area, Living Room Theater and Cinema 21 are the two that play independent films.
Washington Park has a playground, tennis court, hiking and mountain bike trails. The Zoo, Children's Museum, World Forestry Center Discovery Museum, Japanese Garden, Rose Garden and Hoyt Arboretum. During the summer there are summer concerts at the Washington Park Amphitheater(free) and at the Zoo. This neighborhood is great especially if you don't have a car.