Welcome to McCormick Pier
Ideally situated between Downtown Portland and the Pearl District, McCormick Pier condos offer homeowners ready-access to all of Portland's countless attractions—not to mention the stunning views of the Willamette River!
Who could imagine a more ideal location to call home: the Pearl District with its world-class shopping and eateries to the north, and Downtown Portland with its own renowned cultural attractions to the south. But let's not overlook the stunning views of the Willamette river from the boardwalk and its famous next door neighbor: the historic Albers Mill Building. In true Portland style, McCormick Pier condos are connected to Tom McCall Waterfront Park and the Eastbank Esplanade via a pedestrian/bike path. With 300 units, the Homeowners Association includes a fitness center, indoor sports court, swimming pool, hot tub, sun deck, picnic tables, fire pit and much more.
Browse an interactive Market Report with photos of current and pending waterfront listings as well as previous sales going back over a year. If you'd like more information on McCormick Pier or any other waterfront property, please contact Kathy Quick, Principal Broker, Quick & Associates Real Estate at 503-730-0702.
McCormick Pier Condos in Northwest Portland
NW Natio Parkway, Portland, Oregon 97209
AVE PRICE / SF
$000 - $000
Welcome to Portland, Oregon
Scattered among its grid-like streets are verdant green spaces, public art, food carts, retail stores, a world-class urban university and some of the most well-known and -loved restaurants in the city. Described as "compact and cozy," you'll quickly become familiar with Portland's recognizable landmarks and easy-to-navigate layout. Read more at NeighborhoodLiving.com/downtown
1408 SW Sixth Ave.
Portland, OR 97201
Award-winning chef and restaurateur David Machado takes his inspiration from the Riviera for one of his most popular restaurants, Nel Centro. Conveniently located near the Keller Auditorium, Nel Centro is in the Hotel Modera and caters to a variety of tastes, from little sliders to the most elaborate French dessert pastries to gorgeous dishes of root vegetables or calamari. Breakfast, lunch, Happy Hour, dinner and bar food are all represented on its expansive menus, backed by an aesthetic none can beat: Italian marble, blown-glass lights, huge windows and a beautiful outdoor patio.
1239 SW Broadway
Portland, OR 97205
Higgins Restaurant and Bar is a popular option for those headed to or coming from the Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall – fondly known in Portland as the Schnitz. Making the most of the Willamette Valley’s incredible range of veggies, berries, mushrooms and more, Higgins renown for its farm to table fare. Whether you're people watching in the main dining room or enjoying an ale in the bar, think charcuterie boards, salmon salad sandwiches, stew, mushroom risotto and more. Enjoy it before a show or just for its own sake
525 SW Morrison Street
Portland, Oregon 97204
Located in luxury hotel The Nines, Departure Restaurant + Lounge juxtaposes its historic roots in the Meier & Frank Building with an ultra-modern interior for a truly unique dining experience. Departure is nothing less than a nexus of Portland's classic past and a glimpse into the city's future. As for its fare, Departure combines classic sushi, dim sum, stir-fry and more for a pan-Asian flair with American touches. The menu offers up rice and seafood as well as more unexpected dishes such as Brussels sprouts with chili, lime and mint.
Pioneer Courthouse Square: Portland's Livingroom
Pioneer Courthouse Square, the heart of downtown is a prime gathering place for office workers, buskers, tourists, and everybody in between, the plaza isn’t called “Portland’s living room” for nothing. The midday pomp and circumstance of Weather Machine is only part of its routine energy. Ranked (by the Project for Public Spaces) among the very best public squares in the world, it sees 26,000 tread its signature bricks every day.
An everyday focal point, Pioneer Courthouse Square also makes one of Portland’s busiest venues: More than 300 events—most of them free—go down here every year, from Festa Italiana and India Festival to the lighting of the city’s Christmas tree (a cloud-splitting Douglas-fir, of course). Certain Friday evenings in July and August, “Flicks on the Bricks” turns the place into the biggest outdoor movie theater in the city. Did you know that noon at Pioneer Courthouse Square has one of the quirkiest daily traditions? See the video of the midday pomp and circumstance of Weather Machine at TheUrbanDigest.com.
Portland'5 Centers For The Arts
No, “Portland’5” isn’t a typo: It’s a reference to the quintet of distinct venues that compose this organization, which brings better than 1,000 world-class concerts, Broadway musicals, dance performances, poetry readings, lectures, and all manner of other shows to Oregon’s biggest city each and every year.
Now, let’s be clear: Portland just about oozes artistic expression, and not only in prim-and-proper concert halls. You can find incredible performers plying their craft all across PDX on any given night — from open mic to gallery opening, from Old Town street corner to Outer Southeast barroom. The near-and-far artistry cultivated and curated by the Portland’5 Centers for the Arts marks the high-profile masthead of a city brimming with creative energy. Read the entire essay on TheUrbanDigest.com
Portland Art Museum
An iconic landmark of the city's Cultural District, Portland Art Museum is one of the largest and most respected institutions in the nation.
Surveying the Museum from the South Park Blocks today, you immediately appreciate its historic importance, while sensing its growing influence on the city's evolution.
The Portland Art Museum isn’t merely a venue for renowned works of art (such as Monet’s Water Lilies) or touring exhibitions (such as this spring’s Constructing Identity: Petrucci Family Foundation Collection of African-American Art). It’s also a community gathering place designed to encourage respectful dialogue, inward reflection, common understanding, and a greater awareness of the world around us. Continue exploring on TheUrbanDigest.com
Shouldering the Willamette River where it joins the Columbia, gazing east to the Cascades and west to the Coast Range, Oregon’s biggest metropolis feels at the doorstep of primal Mother Nature as few other cities in the country do. The easy-to-reach sublimities of the Columbia River Gorge, Mount Hood, the Pacific Coast are a defining part of Portland’s appeal. But so are its city wilds: soul-nourishing havens and recreational playgrounds. Read more on TheUrbanDigest.com
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