Old Town &
Chinatown Portland is an urban neighborhood, with many older buildings,
apartments, and loft style condominiums. Home of the Portland
Chinese Garden, this area has been on the rise with new
construction and a revitalization effort.
you are interested in buying or selling a home in Portland's Old Town &
neighborhood, visit our Portland
Real Estate Page for more
information, or visit our Portland
Real Estate Map to search the
RMLS for Old Town &
Chinatown homes for sale.
Old Town/Chinatown is a
mix: commercial office space, popular bars, nightclubs and restaurants.
Most folks know Oldtown and Chinatown for three reasons: the Portland
Market and the Classical
as well as world famous Portland
VooDoo doughnut. Oldtown Portland is also home to some
beautiful old classical cast
iron buildings. The "Made in Portland" sign is also in
Oldtown. The neighborhood is
rich with history, and
fantastic location in north Downtown Portland near the riverfront.
Oldtown is popular with tourists and those seeking downtown
nightlife. Visit our Portland
music venues page and Downtown
Portland Clubs page to find some bars,
karoake, and live music in this area: Dantes, Kell's Irish Pub,
Berbatis, Tiger Bar, Barracuda, Darcelle's, Harvey's Comedy Club,
Backspace, Roseland, The Boiler Room, and the arcade Ground Kontrol,
just to name a few popular Portland nightlife venues.
View our video of the
beautiful Lan Su Chinese garden.
Weekends are crazy busy with hundreds (if not more) of people milling
about enjoying local artist's crafts and amazing local food, most with
an ethnic flair. Don't forget that Saturday Market is open on Sundays
too! Portland Saturday Market is in Oldtown along the waterfront.
The Classical Chinese
Garden is an authentic Suzhou-style garden and is simply incredible.
Photographers-- bring your camera's! I am relaxed simply by walking
through and enjoying the sights and smells (hmmm...jasmine in the
summer!). Do yourself a favor and visit!
Young, old, hip, trendy,
hippie...you name it-- all walks come out and enjoy the fun down in Old
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