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

Alameda English: A Perfect Remodeled 97212 Gem

Lance Marrs

2828 NE 31st Avenue Portland, OR 97212 Beautiful true turn key home on prime street in...

In the heart of Alameda, this Stately Old Portland Home Shines

Cristen Lincoln

Stately Old PDX in the heart of Alameda. Inviting front porch welcomes you home! Discover wood...


Carrie Struss

3843 NE 32nd Place Portland, OR 97212 Kenneth Birkemeier built Alameda traditional. Enter the formal open...

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