Chinatown/Old Town Apartments for Rent

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Popular Rentals in the Chinatown/Old Town area

The Louisa

The Louisa

Portland, Oregon, 97209

1 Bedroom$2,030 - $4,247

2 Bedrooms$2,668 - $4,403

Riva on the Park

Riva on the Park

Portland, Oregon, 97239

Studio/1 BedroomUp to $1,700

2 BedroomsUp to $2,000

Vue Apartments

Vue Apartments

Portland, Oregon, 97201

Studio/1 Bedroom$947 - $1,191

2 Bedrooms$1,686 - $2,323

3 Bedrooms$3,465 - $3,525

Park Plaza

Park Plaza

Portland, Oregon, 97201

Studio/1 BedroomPlease Call

2 BedroomsPlease Call

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  • Are there any good parks in Chinatown/Old Town?

    There are some great parks within walking distance of Old Town and Chinatown! The Waterfront Park is pretty and a good place to relax as is Mill Ends Park. There are smaller squares or parks like O'Bryant or North Park Blocks which are good for sitting and reading. The best park of them all is Lan Su Chinese Garden on Northwest Everett St but it isn't free. The admission is worth it every once in a while just because it is so very beautiful to look at and for just absorbing the peacefulness.

  • im considering moving to portland and renting what neighborhoods should i avoid?

    Nearly all areas of Portland are safe, especially during the day. The city is filled with many unique neighborhoods, with most of the nicer areas closer to downtown. Northeast Portland is perhaps the least desirable section of the city and many locals avoid crossing above 82nd Street during nightfall. Southwest and Northwest Portland are known for their charm and beauty, but these areas do tend to be on the pricier side. Eastmoreland is also a nice neighborhood, as well as the casual and artsy Inner Southeast vicinity.

  • What kinds of outdoor activities do people enjoy in Portland?

    Not only does Portland have many parks and outdoor recreational areas within city limits, but it also is not very far from such places as the Columbia River, the southern chain of the Cascade Mountains and the Pacific Ocean, all of which are prime locations to enjoy the outdoors. There are at least 4 National Parks within 50 miles, including the Deschutes and Snoqualmie National Forests. Portland residents enjoy golfing, mountain biking, skiing, ice climbing, hiking, fishing and wind surfing at different times of the year. Many people move to Portland because of the plentiful outdoor activities and easy access to the wilderness.