Pearl District Condos For Sale 

Pearl District Portland, OR

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Search Pearl District Homes For Sale March 7, 2021
94
Listed
119
Avg. DOM
$536.06
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$569,500
Med. List Price
94 Properties
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$479,900
Subdivision: Pearl District
1
Beds
1F11/2
Baths
931
Sq.Ft.
2007
Year Built
3
Days on Site
21250863
MLS
Luxury waterfront condo located in the Azure building. Open floor plan w/ water views from every window, living room & master have access to private balcony overlooking water feature & Willamette...
$239,000
Subdivision: Pearl District / Lexis
1
Baths
533
Sq.Ft.
2004
Year Built
4
Days on Site
21027218
MLS
An elegant updated studio in an established North Pearl building, The Lexis. This home features clean lines; contemporary fixtures & finishes; and a light and bright east exposure. Enjoy a smart...
$304,900
Subdivision: Pearl District/ Marshall Wells
1
Beds
1
Baths
637
Sq.Ft.
1910
Year Built
5
Days on Site
21501331
MLS
OPEN SAT 2-4. Historic Marshall Wells Warehouse Loft in the heart of the Pearl. Original Douglas Fir ceiling, steel joists support columns & old growth fir beams adding unmatched character. This...
$1,350,000
Subdivision: The Pearl District
2
Beds
2
Baths
1,903
Sq.Ft.
2008
Year Built
6
Days on Site
21166493
MLS
Don't miss this Iconic "937" top-floor penthouse in the heart of the Pearl! Stunning views of bridges, city, mountain views, and west hills. Beautiful & contemporary, top-of-the-line European...
$410,000
Subdivision: Pearl District / Chown Pella
1
Beds
1
Baths
1,073
Sq.Ft.
1910
Year Built
7
Days on Site
21532517
MLS
Chown Pella was the first Pearl Dist.conversion of a historic warehouse into residential condos.On the National Historic Register,to what was then the Oregon Transfer Company turned Chown Pella...
$599,000
Subdivision: The Pearl District
2
Beds
2
Baths
1,101
Sq.Ft.
2008
Year Built
7
Days on Site
21437275
MLS
The highly coveted LEED Platinum 937 building in the Pearl will not disappoint.Concierge, deeded parking & storage. 2 bedrooom, 2 bath w/ floor to ceiling windows with gorgeous SE views of the city....
$449,000
Subdivision: Pearl District
1
Beds
1
Baths
943
Sq.Ft.
2004
Year Built
7
Days on Site
21634094
MLS
Beautiful rare corner condo that is light & bright from all the windows, wood floors through-out, large walk-in closet, spacious deck for enjoying with friends or just taking in the fall colors.The...
$360,000
Subdivision: Pearl District / Bridgeport
1
Beds
1
Baths
831
Sq.Ft.
2003
Year Built
8
Days on Site
21536744
MLS
Like new one bedroom condo. Current seller's have owned this unit for 10 years and used it as a personal office. Beautiful maple floors, floor to ceiling windows with Juliet "balcony". Gas fireplace...
Pending
1030 NW 12th Ave #402 Portland, OR 97209
$675,000
Subdivision: Pearl District
2
Beds
2
Baths
1,316
Sq.Ft.
2001
Year Built
10
Days on Site
21375064
MLS
This condo's so bright, you gotta wear shades! Sun-drenched, 1-level SW corner unit in Streetcar Lofts has vast owner's suite w/ private bath, walk-in closet, work-from-home AND workout spaces....
$1,628,000
Subdivision: Pearl District / Metropolitan
3
Beds
2F11/2
Baths
1,831
Sq.Ft.
2006
Year Built
11
Days on Site
21109633
MLS
The Metropolitan--Pearl District's premiere condominium--16th floor with expansive views of West Hills, Tanner Springs Park & River--Oversized patio accessible to living rm and Master--Spacious...
Pending
333 NW 9th Ave #815 Portland, OR 97209
$719,000
Subdivision: Pearl District
2
Beds
2
Baths
1,595
Sq.Ft.
2005
Year Built
12
Days on Site
21272205
MLS
Largest standard unit! None of this floor plan type has been for sale since 2019. NW corner, set back from street overlooking plaza. Dramatic views. Sophisticated & sharp finishes. 2 bedrooms, 2...
$325,000
Subdivision: Pearl District / Avenue Lofts
1
Baths
772
Sq.Ft.
1923
Year Built
16
Days on Site
21102971
MLS
City living at its finest! Enjoy this modern warehouse-style open floorplan in the heart of the Pearl. The Avenue Lofts is one of the Pearl's historic buildings with true character. Featuring high...
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Pearl District

About the Pearl

While the Pearl today is mostly trendy coffee shops and high-end condominiums, it does come with a unique past. Not so long ago the Pearl District was a mostly abandoned rail yard and actually one of the toughest places in Portland. Rundown and dilapidated, the Pearl was anything but the Pearl of the city. Yet slowly, this urban icon has revitalized the downtown area into a more vibrant urban Renaissance. Diverse, architecturally significant, fantastic galleries and high-end restaurants shape Portland's most iconic community.

The Pearl District History

Originally platted as part of Couches Addition in 1869, the area around what is now the Pearl was developed primarily with one and two-story homes for blue-collar European immigrants. The first Park block was dedicated for exclusive use by women and children and had a supervised children's playground. Union station was built in 1896 and 1905 the Lewis and Clarke Expedition spurred a huge jump in Portland's population and the expansion of the rail yards at the north end of the district.

There was quite a bit of expansion during this time with controversies and rivalries rising up among railroad companies and industries and in the early part of the 20th century Portland was a national epicenter of furniture manufacturing and the Pearl, which actually remains a furniture mecca today, was at the head of the table. The Gatsby building at 13th and Hoyt and the capital wool Growers Building at 14th and Johnson were one of the major players in the furnishings boom. There were many other manufacturing warehouses that came to be in the Pearl District, now mostly converted to home and retail use.

However, over time, this blue-collar area has seen better days and prior to 1990, abandoned warehouses, long-forgotten industrial sites, and blue-collar cafés dominated the district. Much of the redevelopment started back in the early 1980s when it became the focus of planning efforts by the Portland Development Commission. The 1992 River District Vision Plan and development plan spurned efforts to revitalize the downtown area and in 2000, a steering committee met to discuss the future of the Pearl District. They reevaluated current plans and developed priorities for the neighborhood.

Today, the Pearl District is a vibrant and collected part of Portland and the city wouldn't be the same without it. From high-end loft condominiums to penthouse units, apartments overlooking the river and those close to trendy coffee shops and bookstores, the Pearl District has become a wildly popular downtown location.

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The Pearl District has its own Pearl Magazine. Published quarterly by SagaCity Media, this magazine is delivered to households in the Pearl District and beyond as part of Portland monthly. If you're planning on being a part of this district, we encourage you to subscribe.

But the Pearl is not just about trendy coffee shops and hipster boutiques. There's plenty of parks right in downtown. Some of Portland's most unique parks are located in the Pearl such as North Park Blocks, a shady tree canopy and grassy area, outdoor basketball court and children's play area. Fields Park, a 1-acre lawn and common area was strolling past and a large dog park. Tanner Springs Park is a peaceful and well-preserved wetland in the heart of the Pearl District. And, Jamison Sq., Park open just in 2000 known for its unique fountains and a great place to cool off on hot summer days.

The Pearl is known for its eclectic arts and culture environment. There are 17 performing arts facilities and galleries in the Pearl alone. Just browsing them could take an entire week. The district is also known for several business services and financial institutions, clothing stores, eclectic book and stationary shops, jewelry and gift shops, home design, and multiple dining options.

Between Interstate 405 and the river are over 200 fantastic breweries, wineries, cafés, coffee shops, bistros, fine dining establishments, saloons, prep kitchens, donut shops, ice cream parlors, and even a cookie dough café. For just about every taste and budget out there, there's something delicious happening in the Pearl District. Explore All the Dining Options in the Pearl

Living in the Pearl

A lot of folks that choose the Pearl District as their home destination don't even own a car. A lot of people can live, work, and play all within the few blocks that the Pearl District makes up and for stretching beyond the Pearl, hop on one of the light rail systems and head out to other places around the Portland metro area. Condo started around $250,000 up to high-end luxury penthouses of over $2 million. This is primarily a condominium neighborhood with a few loft options, townhouses, and apartments. Start your online search here for all Pearl District condos for sale, homes and real estate in this community. Feel free to contact us at any time to schedule a showing or for more details.

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