Rose City Park Real Estate
Platted in 1907, the historic Northeast Portland Rose City Park neighborhood was mentioned in the July 2008 issue of Forbes Magazine and enjoys a local reputation for being one of the most livable areas in the city.
Shopping and dining destinations abound in this neighborhood, as well as gracious older homes with beautifully tended garden landscaping and family-friendly gathering places. Just minutes from downtown by car or public transit, and bordered by the upscale Beaumont and funky Hollywood neighborhoods, Rose City Park has charm, substance and style to spare.
Parks & Recreation
The Erv Lind Stadium and neighboring Normandale Park are used extensively by residents and tourists during Portland State University’s Women’s Softball games and other sporting events, while Frazer and Rose City day parks feature acres of expansive lawns, shaded walking paths, off-leash areas, ball courts and playgrounds.
Rose City Park home styles are typical of those found in many East Portland neighborhoods: airy, expansive Foursquares, gracious Colonials, tidy English Cottages and comfortable Bungalows with a mix of newly constructed Townhomes and Condos.
The Rose City Park neighborhood uses the 97213 ZIP Code.