Pearl District Lofts

The Pearl District in Downtown Portland is home to over a dozen recently converted warehouse-style loft condos buildings. These lofts have high ceilings, hardwood floors, and large open spaces and provide the true urban living experience. Below are the best known buildings in the Pearl District.

The Avenue Lofts
The Avenue lofts is the former Meier & Frank warehouse building that was renovated by Robert Ball in 2004. The building is considered a landmark and provides tax abatement from the state.
The Chawn Pella Lofts
This is historic building and was the first loft conversion in the Pearl. Rough on the outside but it has beautiful interiors with exposed brick and hardwood floors.
The City Lofts
Lofts with a stucco exterior with exposed timber and brick interior. Building was originally built in 1923.
The Edge Lofts
The Edge is the most modern looking building in the Pearl and was completed in 2004. It features a massive storefront on the 1st floor with REI as a flagship tenant. The interior is highly modern and sheek.
The Elizabeth
The Elizabeth was completed in early 2005 by the developers of the Gregory and the Edge lofts. The building has ultra high end finishings inside and out and the quality justifies the higher end prices for this building.
The Flanders Lofts
This 1922 remodeled warehouse on the North Park Blocks. Some units have a view of the park below.
The Gregory Lofts
One of the first new and high-end lofts to be built in the Pearl district. The units feature 10 ft ceilings, European style cherry caginetry and balconies.
The Honeyman Hawrdware Lofts
Great architecture and exposed timber gives this 1905 building much of its character. Converted in 1993, the building offers charming and unique uupscale homes to its owners.
The Irving Lofts
True urban lofts with high celings, concrete walls, and exposed beams. Like many of the other area lofts, this building is a landmark and provides tax abatement fort the first 12 years.
The Marshall Wells Lofts
Marhsall Wells is a lush loft reonvation of the Marshall Wells warehouse and was completed in 2002. The building features high wood ceilings, and concrete walls. The building is a landmark and has tax abatement through 2014.
The McKenzie Lofts
This building is beautiful and features concrete, brick and steel exterior construction. Oak floors, open spaces, architectural metal embellishments.
The North Park Lofts
This 1909 building was reconditioned as lofts with beautiful hardwood floors, granite counters and stainless steel appliances.
The Oldtown Lofts
Located just steps from downtown, this building is newer than many of the other loft buildings and concrete floors, wood-framed windows, and modern appliances.
The Pearl Lofts
Completed in 2002, these lofts are right on the North park, just blocks from the Brewery blocks. The building features European finishes and hardwood floors.
The Pinnacle Lofts
Completed in 2005, this primarily condominium building from Hoyt also offers several loft units that have hardwood floors, stainless steel appliances, and great windows.
The Streetcar Lofts ("Go By Train")
This building was designed to reflect the style of the loft conversion of SanFrancisco's SoMa district. The building features a massive "go by train" sign on the front and is at the center of the Pearl District and serves as a major landmark of the neighborhood.

More Information About the Pearl District:
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» Pearl District Condos
» Pearl District Townhomes
» Pearl District Art Galleries

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