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Portland is the capital city of Oregon and is also known as The City of Roses. It’s a port city on the Pacific Northwest, located where the Willamette and Columbia rivers meet. It is north of Eugene and south of Seattle and has a population of around 660,000 people.
Portland was named after its sister city in Maine and is often confused with it but is a complete city all of its own. It is known for shipping, transportation, manufacturing and services. The river, the railroad and the interstates all make it a logical place to ship goods to and from the city. Add the abundance of space and natural resources and you have all the reasons why this city is so successful.
Corporate housing in Portland is mainly furnished apartments. There are some condos and townhomes but it is mainly purpose-built apartments in upscale developments spread about the city.
Employment in Portland
The Port of Portland is the third-largest export port on the west coast in terms of tonnage moved and is the largest freshwater port. It is a huge influence over the local economy is make up the largest mover of wheat in the country. Manufacturing and technology both have an influence in Portland too.
Major employers in Portland, OR include Intel, NIKE, Inc., Daimler Trucks North America LLC, Precision Castparts Corp., Boeing, Columbia Sportswear Company, Northwest Pipe Company, Mentor Graphics, Tektronix, Inc. Xerox, WaferTech, LLC, Consolidated Metco, Inc., Greenbrier, Blount International, Inc., A-dec, Warn Industries, Inc., Qorvo, ESCO Corporation, Schnitzer Steel, adidas America, Inc., SEH America Inc., Via Systems, Erickson Air-Crane Incorporated, Lam Research Corporation, Collins Cos., Reser’s Fine Food, On Semiconductor, Evraz Inc. NA, IBM – Linus Technology Center, Pacific Foods of Oregon, Inc. and SolarWorld.
Medical centers in Portland include Providence Portland Medical Center, Adventist Health Portland, Providence St. Vincent Medical Center – Portland, VA Portland Health Care System, Providence Portland Medical Center Emergency Room and Providence Portland Medical Center – Building C.
Getting around Portland
Fly into Portland and you will likely land at Portland International Airport (PDX) which is 9 miles northeast of the city. It’s half airport and half Air Force base but servers a number of domestic carriers.
Portland Union Station handles Amtrak intercity lines, TriMet and MAX light rail and some buses.
Greyhound operates bus lines into Portland along with BoltBus, CoBreeze, Columbia Gorge Express, Mount Hood Teleporter and Oregon Point buses.
The Portland Streetcar also runs services Downtown.
Being a transportation hub, roads are plentiful in Portland. You can arrive by I-5, I-405, I-205, I-84 and U.S. Route 26. The inner city gets very busy and finding parking can be an issue but the outer city is easy to drive around.
Portland is also very walkable and cycling friendly.
Living in Portland, OR
Despite being the largest city between Seattle and San Francisco and home to some big companies, there is still a small town atmosphere to Portland. People are still friendly, crime relatively low, getting around is easy and life is good.
Neighborhoods in Portland include Forest Park, South Portland, Irvington, Nob Hill, Homestead, Alameda, Northwest District, Southwest Hills / Portland Heights, Eliot, Pearl District, Bridlemile, Boise, Downtown Portland, Healy Heights, Humboldt, Hillside / Kings Heights, Hillsdale, Beaumont-Wilshire, Arlington Heights, Collins View, Hollywood, Northwest Heights, Hayhurst, Sabin, Sylvan Highlands, Multnomah, Concordia, Goose Hollow, South Burlingame, King, Linnton, Maplewood, Grant Park, Ashcreek, Lloyd, Markham, Vernon, Marshall Park, Rose City Park, Eastmoreland, University Park, Pleasant Valley, Richmond, Overlook, Lents, Kerns, Arbor Lodge, Woodland Park, Buckman, Piedmont, Parkrose, Laurelhurst, Kenton, Argay, Hosford Abernathy, St. Johns, Powellhurst and Gilbert.
Things to see and do in Portland include Oregon Museum of Science and Industry, USS Blueback submarine, Empirical Theater, The World Forestry Center Discovery Museum, Hoyt Arboretum, the International Rose Test Garden, the Japanese Garden, Oregon Zoo, The Portland Art Museum, Portland Children’s Museum, Portland World Naked Bike Ride, Lan Su Chinese Garden, Oregon Jewish Museum and Center for Holocaust Education, Roseland Theater and Forest Park.