A Portland condo is the perfect option for a busy city dweller. They almost always come with less outdoor maintenance, they’re cheaper than buying a comparable single-family home, and they’re often closer to shopping and easy routes for commuting. Here are some great Portland condo developments that are either newly finished or under construction.
The Avenue Lofts
If you’ve ever wanted to live in a (chic!) renovated warehouse, check out the Avenue Lofts.
The Meier & Frank Warehouse was built in 1923 and is currently listed on the National Register of Historic Places. These modern warehouse lofts feature large windows (a lot of natural light!), high ceilings, and industrial touches—like exposed pipes—throughout.
Plus, the Pearl District is right in the heart of Portland. It’s a former industrial area that now offers the very best of city life: great places to eat, local markets, specialty shops, and plenty of pubs and bars. There’s a reason these condos have a walk score of 98!
We currently have an Avenue Loft listing here.
Humboldt Row condos are now open for reservation. If you’re looking for a spot to live in the quiet Humboldt neighborhood, these are perfect for you. They’re close to all kinds of great shopping and really good schools. Plus, they’re an easy commute to most places in the city.
These units include two bedrooms and plenty of open space for clean, comfortable living. They’re currently open for reservation.
If you’re looking for a contemporary condo in North Portland, you might want to check out the ones on Gantenbein Avenue.
These gorgeous condos are luxurious without being over the top. They include two master suites, a media/bonus room, and a 400 square-foot accessory dwelling unit (perfect for elderly parents or a nanny). Also, these units are not part of an HOA, so you won’t have to worry about that extra fee each month.
Graham Commons, a development of mid-century modern condos in the Eliot neighborhood, is the perfect place if you want to be close to everywhere you want to go. With walk score of 88 and a bike score of 99, you won’t find much better.
These condos feature upgrades like 10-foot ceilings, quartz countertops, and hardwood floors throughout the main level. Each unit exceeds existing earthquake and energy codes, as well as comes with incredibly efficient heating and cooling, keeping your utility bills as low as possible.
Doppleganger, a condo development in southeast Portland (part of the Kerns neighborhood), describes itself as “bold.” We’d have to agree with that. The extremely contemporary stacked look is definitely unique.
The large front windows give off tons of natural light, giving you bright, open living space. The kitchen has gorgeous oak hardwoods and oak cabinetry. Plus, the private backyard and private upper level decks are perfect for basking in the outdoors.
These condos in the hugely popular Concordia/Alberta Arts Neighborhood are just breaking ground. Great shopping, dining, and parks are just minutes away from this prime location.
These large units include 4 bedrooms, 3.5 baths, and a mudroom, den, and covered patio.
Lair Hill Crossings
If you’re looking for a more traditional townhouse-style condo, look no further than Lair Hill Crossings in South Portland. You’ll love the neighborhood’s Victorian charm and tree-lined streets.
These units include tankless water heaters, heated bathroom floors, open floor plans, and master suites. Plus, they have traditional brick and copper elements that aren’t seen in many new builds.
Need Help Finding a Portland Condo?
Have any of these Portland condos piqued your interest? If so, we hope you’ll give us a call. And if you’re looking for something else, give us a call. One of our friendly agents will be happy to help you find your own perfect Portland condo.