About Alameda

Gravelly Hill Road was established by the Bowering Family in 1859. On land claimed by the family, a small community of individuals began to develop on top the large gravel bar formation which spans six miles to Rocky Butte.

Fifty years after the Bowering family’s occupation of the area, the Alameda Land Company would develop the exclusionary Alameda Park subdivision, which would later become incorporated into the City of Portland. Today, Portland’s Alameda neighborhood spans  NE Prescott Street to Knott Street, positioned between the Sabin and Beaumont-Wilshire neighborhoods.

Articles about Alameda

Cute house with huge back yard!

Nicole Levy

I love all the trees especially the black walnut, fruit trees and raised garden beds. The...

Top Shelf in Tabor

James Peterson

1130 NE 64th Ave. Portland, OR 97213 Beautiful move-in ready home in North Tabor. Enjoy time...

I Love Welcoming Dreamers to Our City!

Dill Ward

As I round my ten year anniversary of my own relocation to Portland, the openness and...

Turnkey Craftsman Bungalow: Perfectly Portland

Living Room Realty

2845 NE 49th Avenue, Portland, OR 97213 OFFERED AT $685,000 3 BEDS | 2 BATH |...

An Alameda Mansion?

Jim Arnal

As I came home from work on a rainy Tuesday evening, I couldn’t wait to inform...

Nearby Neighborhoods

Whether you are moving across the country or across town, finding a great place to call home is more challenging than it’s ever been. People are realizing they need help finding places to live here these days. We can help you make room to live whether you want to sell, buy, rent, manage a property, or get to know the city.

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