Portland's Hassalo on Eighth is located in the Lloyd District, where the eastside meets the central city. With three new residential buildings featuring a total of 657 apartments and retailers including Green Zebra Grocery, our community is revitalizing and transforming the Lloyd into a bustling district where people live, work and play! We are leasing in all three of our beautiful buildings, and offering excellent weekly specials. Visit us today! Hassalo on Eighth is LEED Platinum certified, and utilizes a number of innovative green and energy-efficient technologies. Our favorite is NORM, a natural organic recycling machine which will ultimately keep our community out of the city's sewer system by recycling 100% of the black and grey water used on site. The Lloyd District is one of Portland's first Eco Districts; It's a destination where you can be part of a diverse, eco-friendly, transit-oriented neighborhood. Choose a building that fits your personality! Each building has its own vibe, with unique finishes and amenities that make urban living ideal. Visit our website for more details on each of our three buildings and our community as a whole. We're also one of the few places in the city that have NO breed, weight or age restrictions; all non-aggressive cats and dogs are welcome. Hassalo on Eighth has something for everyone, even your furry friends!
Large Dogs Allowed
Laundry: In Unit
Lloyd Center Ice Rink, offering open sessions, group and private lessons, and broomball, is a 5-minute walk away from the community.
Norse Hall, which is located within a 5-minute drive, was dedicated in 1928 by Norwegian immigrants and features a popular ballroom teaching a variety of dances from swing to the tango.
Students who live in this rental at Hassalo on Eighth attend the following Portland School District 1j (Unified School District) public schools:
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Buckman Arts Focus Elementary School
Grades K - 5
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Hosford Middle School
Grades 6 - 8
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Cleveland High School
Grades 9 - 12
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