Get ready to be WOWED by the BEAUTIFUL 25th floor COSMOPOLITAN VIEWS! This spacious 2 bed+den/2.1 ba w/balcony unit has views of the West Hills and twinkling downtown lights. Gas fireplace adds instant ambiance to overcast days and cool nights.
Featuring European dark oak floors, Miele appliances, Italian Pedini cabinetry, Grohe & Duravit fixtures.
The Cosmopolitan offers many amenities including private 4th floor outdoor courtyard, fitness room, community room, conference room, 3 guest suites & 24 hr concierge.
The 28 story Cosmopolitan is THE premier condo building in the Pearl District!
Contact Hoyt Realty Group – (503)-227-2000 for a private showing of this remarkable property. 10am-5pm Mon-Fri / Sat & Sun 11am-5pm
Back in the day, Portland’s federal post office, conveniently situated near Union Station, was a design pioneer. The facilities boasted the best that the early 20th century had to offer in mail mobilization. But by 1962, an addition was required to house the new fleets of mail trucks that would serve the expanding metro area.
Five decades later, the main post office is an eyesore of a relic, and it’s taking up valuable space in the Pearl, the poster child for Portland’s recent urban renewal projects. The 14-acre plot of land has long been slated for redevelopment, and now the question is—what’s the plan?
The nine students in Portland State’s Master of Real Estate Development program have an idea. Earlier this June, professor Gerard Mildner and his team of students began research on a project that would connect Old Town and the North Park Blocks to the Pearl District.
“It’s a piece of the puzzle that’s been missing for a long time,” says Mildner, who is the academic director of the PSU Center for Real Estate. “It’s ridiculous to have a postal sorting unit in the middle of a high-rent district just because our mail used to come from Chicago on a train.”
The plan was conceived in coordination with the architects at ZGF, the firm responsible for designing Director Park, which received an American Architectural Award in 2012. Union Park, as the concept has been dubbed, would include not only an expansion of the North Park Blocks to promote more walking, biking, rolling, jogging, and public transit trips, but also housing units for 3,300 new residents, 30 percent of which would be affordable. The underbelly of the Broadway viaduct would transform into a unique public hub, complete with food carts and lush wetlands. Extensions of Kearney and Irving would be “woonerfs,” a delightfully Dutch word for streets that put pedestrians first but allow slow-moving car traffic.
“We’re hoping that what is actually built in the next 20 years will end up being very similar to what we’ve come up with,” says Colin Kelley, a student who focused on market research for the Union Park concept.
It sounds almost too good to be true, but Mildner says it’s no pipe dream—the Portland Development Commission will put the project out for bid to the development community next year. “This development project could very well be the biggest in Portland’s history,” says Kelley. “It would be an unprecedented move towards the city’s future.”
Pearl District businesses, generous volunteers, and a dose of sunshine made the Bunny Hop a huge success this year!
The weather was perfect for the annual Hippity Hop Bunny Hop Through the Pearl held on April 15th. Over 500 children and their parents enjoyed activities like face painting, bracelet making and hunting for eggs at the 35 participating businesses, collecting stamps at each stop along the way. Also hopping about the neighborhood was the Easter bunny who stopped in at local businesses to take photos with the kids and spread the holiday spirit!
This year the Pearl District also hosted the very first scavenger hunt through the Pearl using our new app, PEARL DISTRICT SWAG’R. The app took users to many fun destinations in the neighborhood, including some great bars and restaurants.
After exploring the neighborhood, families gathered in Jamison Square for a party that included live music from Micah & Me, cookies from Lovejoy Bakers, and coffee from Café Umbria.
Last week the final floor of The Cosmopolitan was poured! Later this week, the roof will be poured! There are only a few floors awaiting windows. Boxes of cabinets can be seen in some of the 2nd floor units, ready for installation. Patio doors and siding are going in. It’s so interesting to watch the exterior change color as the sun moves throughout the day.
There are still wonderful units available for purchase. Visit the showroom at 1130 NW 10th Avenue, M-F 10-5 or S-S 11-5 for more information.
Are you looking to make a difference in your community?
Join your neighbors in conversation about key issues affecting our neighborhood. Join us at our board meetings or our committee meetings which are posted on ourcalendar page. You can also sign up for oure-newsletterfor up-to-date events in your neighborhood.
Join the PDNA
Any individual who resides, owns property, owns a business or is the designated representative of a nonprofit in the Pearl District is eligible for membership in the Association. View thismapof the Pearl District or enter your address atPortland Mapsto see if you are within the neighborhood boundaries.
Membership does not cost anything – we simply provide a means to handle neighborhood issues and bring information to everyone in our district. See ourbylawsfor specific information about how the PDNA is organized.
To join the PDNA, please fill out anonline membership formor download a printable membership form and mail to:
Pearl District Neighborhood Association
c/o Neighbors West-Northwest
2257 NW Raleigh St
Portland OR 97210
There are many ways to volunteer in the Pearl District.Click hereto see a current list of specific ways you can help. We have several ‘clean up’ events throughout the year, such as Polish the Pearl and Graffiti Busters Cleanups.
A good sports bar is hard to find sometimes, but The Fields Bar & Grill has 13 HDTV’s for you to catch all your favorite College and Professional Teams.
It is also a hot spot for great food, fresh handcrafted cocktails and craft beers. Located in Portland’s Pearl District on the corner of 11th and Northrup, you’ll find a dedicated staff and an enjoyable atmosphere to watch your favorite sports team or relax with family and friends. Their menu features local, natural, sustainable ingredients, whenever possible, to create a menu that is not your typical sports bar cuisine.
Be sure to swing by sometime this season to watch your favorite team, rain or shine!!