FULLY FURNISHED. This 1,058 square foot, fifth floor, west-facing loft, with Juliet balcony and french doors, overlooks a quiet, treed courtyard in the heart of the Pearl District. This beautifully furnished loft unit is the perfect space for anyone relocating to Portland, renovating/selling their home, or in a transition and looking for a peaceful and comfortable oasis in one of the city's most vibrant neighborhoods. This unit includes one private parking space within the building.
The Elizabeth is a 100% non-smoking building, with a quiet, respectful community. The friendly concierge service is on-site seven days-per-week and is an excellent resource for greeting guests, signing for packages, receiving dry cleaning, or assisting with almost anything else you may need. The building is fob key/code secure for residents, and callbox accessible for guests. It has three high-speed, secure elevators, and a ground-floor reservable community room with open-air barbecue for residents' use.
The building is located one block from the Portland Streetcar and North Park Blocks, and is just steps away from many of the neighborhood's premier art galleries, restaurants, bars, fitness studios, and shopping. Whole Foods, Powell's Books, Jamison Square, and The Armory Theater are also only a few blocks away!
This light-filled unit features hardwood floors, granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, air conditioning, and a large, in-unit storage/laundry room.
This listing is priced above the average 1 bedroom home in Pearl District by $635.
Students who live in this rental at 333 NW 9th Avenue #501 attend the following Portland School District 1j (Unified School District) public schools:
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Grades K - 5
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East Sylvan Middle School
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Lincoln High School
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