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20 apartments for rent near Eliot, Portland, OR

Waterline
Portland, OR 97209
From $1,550
Studio - 2 Beds
Eddyline
Tigard, OR 97224
$1,256 - $3,483
Studio - 3 Beds
$1,125 - $2,090
1 - 3 Beds

Apartments in Eliot, Portland, OR

The Milano Apartments
Portland, OR 97232
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Studio - 1 Bed
$1,210 - $2,600
Studio - 2 Beds
The Yards at Union Station
Portland, OR 97209
$726 - $1,599
Studio - 2 Beds
Waterline
Portland, OR 97209
From $1,550
Studio - 2 Beds
In the Heart of Portland's Newest Up and Coming District!
Asa
Portland, OR 97209
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Studio - 2 Beds
The Crane Lofts
Portland, OR 97209
$1,625 - $2,895
Studio - 1 Bed
1607
Portland, OR 97209
$1,300 - $3,600
1 - 3 Beds
Lower Burnside Lofts
Portland, OR 97214
$1,200 - $2,500
Studio - 2 Beds
The Eastside lifestyle you want!
Linden
Portland, OR 97214
$1,395 - $2,200
1 - 2 Beds
Corso Apartments
Portland, OR 97217
$995 - $1,800
Studio - 2 Beds
Experience urban living at the Corso!
Portland Towers
Portland, OR 97205
$800 - $3,000
Studio - 3 Beds
Grant Park Village
Portland, OR 97232
$1,214 - $2,659
Studio - 3 Beds
GREAT LOCATION, Brand New!
Collins Circle
Portland, OR 97201
$1,050 - $2,800
Studio - 2 Beds
TreeHouse Apartments
Portland, OR 97239
$1,300 - $2,340
Studio - 2 Beds
Brand NEW Opening Fall 2015!
Wimbledon Square
Portland, OR 97202
$827 - $1,502
Studio - 2 Beds
Crystal Lake
Milwaukie, OR 97222
$935 - $1,270
1 - 2 Beds
Rock Creek 185
Portland, OR 97229
$808 - $1,430
Studio - 3 Beds
The Greenbrier
Milwaukie, OR 97222
$805 - $845
2 Beds
Sterling Heights
Vancouver, WA 98664
$840 - $1,375
Studio - 3 Beds
$1,125 - $2,090
1 - 3 Beds
Community Living at Its Peak!

The Eliot neighborhood straddles North and Northeast Portland, bordered by the Willamette River on the west, Fremont Street on the north, Seventh Avenue on the east, and Broadway on the south. Eliot is a mixed-use neighborhood, with the East Bank Industrial Complex, Legacy Emanuel Hospital, the shipyards, and Interstate 5 at the west end, with a few blocks of classic craftsman, Queen Anne, and Old Portland-style homes at the east end.

Northeast Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard runs north and south through the neighborhood, offering urban retail shops and restaurants one block west of Seventh Avenue. The area offers recently constructed and redeveloped town homes, condominiums, and apartments for rent, as well as single-family homes. Dawson Park, with its distinctive gazebo, and Albina Park are popular gathering spots for residents. The trendy Pearl District is just across the Broadway Bridge, and downtown Portland is a few minutes away by car.

Eliot’s history is one of the most interesting among Portland’s neighborhoods. Norwegian settlers claimed the land in the 1870s. It is named for Rev. Thomas Eliot, who devoted his life to community service, heading up many organizations that included the Children’s Home, the Oregon Humane Society, the Art Association, and the Library Association.

During the 1910s and 1920s, Portland’s minority citizens settled in the Eliot neighborhood. After World War II, the area was known as “Jumptown” for its upbeat and lively jazz scene. Some of the all-time greats of jazz, like Duke Ellington, Miles Davis, Dizzie Gillespie, and Louis Armstrong performed in the clubs on Williams Avenue. Eliot’s rich cultural tradition continues today in the lounges, restaurants, coffee houses, and barbecue establishments along North Williams Avenue and Northeast Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard.