Condos In The Pearl

Pearl District Condos


The Pearl district remains one of Portland most desirable neighborhoods with a good mix of residential and commercial properties. The Pearl is a far cry from what it was 20 years ago. The area has been developed with a mix of old and new and will continue with this trend in 2019. Many of the old warehouses have been converted to lofts with retail on the ground level and parking underneath. Newer buildings are either ultra modern and swanky or built to fit the existing structures with vintage charm and appeal. The streetcar runs right through the Pearl on NW 10th and NW 11th Streets. There are restaurants and boutiques at just about every corner. The city has been careful in planning out the area with parks and green space among all the new condo buildings and warehouse conversions. It truly is a beautiful mix of industrial and natural elements. There is also some great public art in the Parks and along the streets. The Pearl is very walker, biker, family and pet friendly. 

In the last 30 days 19 condos have sold in the 97209 zip code ranging from $157,000 up to $875,000 with an average of $451 per square foot. These homes were on the market for around 79 days and were on average 1076 square feet in size.


One thing is clear from the progress we have seen in Portland’s Pearl District; there is no stopping the development of this once warehouse neighborhood. Buildings will continue to rise, shops will continue to open and restaurants will continue to serve. Hopefully residents will continue to enjoy the beauty and history of this thriving Portland neighborhood. Here is an article about one of the newest condo projects in the Pearl.

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162 Listings found with the following criteria:

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$725,000
1,237 ft²
2 Bed
2.0 Bath
$649,900
1,293 ft²
1 Bed
2.0 Bath
$1,295,000
3 units
Unit 1:2 Bed1.0 Bath$1,895/mo691 ft²
Unit 2:2 Bed1.0 Bath$1,720/mo700 ft²
Unit 3:3 Bed2.0 Bath$3,495/mo1,282 ft²
$350,000
653 ft²
1 Bed
1.0 Bath
$575,000
1,315 ft²
2 Bed
2.0 Bath
$265,000
897 ft²
2 Bed
1.0 Bath
$169,000
328 ft²
0 Bed
1.0 Bath
$299,900
607 ft²
1 Bed
1.0 Bath
$330,000
607 ft²
1 Bed
1.0 Bath
$365,000
734 ft²
1 Bed
1.0 Bath
$799,000
1,570 ft²
2 Bed
2.1 Bath
$444,500
869 ft²
1 Bed
1.1 Bath
$345,000
847 ft²
1 Bed
1.0 Bath
$759,000
1,454 ft²
3 Bed
2.0 Bath
$349,000
825 ft²
1 Bed
1.0 Bath

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Condos for sale in the Pearl District

Pearl District Condos are found in the 97209 Zip Code in Downtown Portland. This is probably the most expensive residential zip code in the Portland Metro Area. Pearl District Condos are among the most prestigious in the city. They are high quality condos in an adult playground filled with parks, boutiques, coffee shops, bookstores, galleries and fine dining. I can help you find your place in this attractive lifestyle.

The Pearl District in the NW part of downtown Portland used to be dominated by rail yards and warehouses. The formerly run down area has experienced an incredible transformation in the past 20 years. It is home to the Powell's Books, The Armory Theatre, PF Changs, Starbucks, Peet's Coffee, Whole Foods Market, Safeway, REI, and countless boutiques. The area is graced by the The Casey Condos, The Metropolitan, The Elizabeth, The Gregory, The Mckenzie, The Pinnacle, The Encore, Street Car Lofts, The Avenue, Marshall-Wells condos and many more. The critical mass of downtown residents is enough to support some of Portland's finest diversions.

Condominiums in Portland, Oregon are a popular form of real estate for many residents, including young, upwardly mobile, socially active, and working professional Portlanders.

The condo lifestyle allows you to spend less time on tasks like home repair and maintenance. This means that you can spend your time focusing on the things that are important in your life. Portland is located in the scenic Willamette Valley, midway between the winter sports of Mt. Hood, and summer beach hikes on the Pacific Coast. Living in Portland Condos located in the Pearl District provides easy access to downtown, a short commute to work, and an easy walk to popular hangout spots and area attractions. We know that you will enjoy living in Pearl District Condos.

Conversion Excursion by Wade Nkrumah

Ah, yes ... I remember, you sigh.
This is it. The two-story, c-shaped apartment building with asphalt parking lot where the front yard would be for a single-family home.
It’s the building at which you and your friends scoff numerous times as you drive by. It looks like an economy motel, you snicker. It’s the apartments you say you’ll never live.
Now, you’re thinking: I could live here.
Oh. My. Goodness.
Apartment-to-condominium conversions can have that affect. The feeling is particularly so for the first-time buyer who is equal parts anxious and eager to transition from renting to owning, but feels priced out of the single-family home of her dreams.
Conversions can be the most accessible and affordable entry into ownership. In most cases, a square-foot for square-foot comparison reveals condo conversions generally to be less expensive than new construction condominiums.
That’s why you’re giving this motel look-a like a second glance.
Sure, on the outside, it still reminds of you-know-what (an economy motel). But new doors, landscaping, paint and windows soften those rough edges. So does the assigned parking space that comes with the condo. At your downtown apartment, you’re paying $100 a month extra for that parking space.
Inside, updated bathrooms and kitchen and new or refinished floors give the space in this you-know-what a comforting and polished 21st century feel and look.
Of course, there are tradeoffs of going the conversion route. Because the building was built in the 1980s or earlier, noise transfer between the walls and ceiling of your condominium and your neighbors’ will be more noticeable – considerably so in some buildings – than in new construction.
Also, you may have few or no amenities, such as: common area meeting room or outside deck for bar-b-q and grilling; fitness center; storage; swimming pool.
So, no, it’s not the condominium equivalent of a boutique hotel. But it could be yours for a better price. And for a much, much longer stay than at you-know-where.