The Iconic Hawthorne District

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The Hawthorne is more than just an apartment building- its a community, a community built to give its resident's all they need to work, live and enjoy the Hawthorne District and all Portland has to offer. Beyond the thoughtfully designed community spaces, The Hawthorne features ground floor retail, fine-tuned to fit the needs of its residents. 

Creative Space

Rich wood accents and open floorplans are easily customizable to meet your needs with flashes of character to compliment your personal style. Enjoy 9 foot ceilings, high-end appliances and large sunny windows that frame Portland’s eclectic Southeast neighborhood.

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• Stainless Steel Appliances
•Quartz Counter-tops
•Durban Oak Flooring
• 9' Ceilings
• In-home Washer/Dryer
• Microwave
• Garbage Disposal
• Dishwasher
• Extra Large Closets
• USP Ports
• City Views
• Short Term Leases

• Community Lounge
• Rooftop Terrace
• Pet Grooming Station
• Bike Parking & Storage
• Reserved Parking Spaces for Rent
•Gas Operated BBQ Area
•Controlled Access Building
•Walk Score: 89 Bike Score: 100

• Ruby Jewel Ice Cream & Groundwork Coffee on First Floor
• Por Que No? Next Door
• New Seasons Grocery 0.3 miles
• Fred Meyer 0.5 miles

Living on hawthorne



Portland’s Hawthorne District is reminiscent of the 1960s and was at the forefront of Portland hippie movement. Featured on Portlandia on multiple occasions, Hawthorne captures the essence of Portland as the city develops around it.

The thoroughfare spans from SE 12th to SE 49th and is situated just east of the Willamette River with easy access to Downtown. Some of the highlights include the romantic Three Doors Down Italian restaurant, a small but mighty satellite Powell’s bookstore, the treasure hunt that is the House of Vintage, sleek and modern Dosha Salon, Brunch at Jam on Hawthorne, catching a film at the Bagdad Theater & Pub, Tacos at ¿Por Qué No?, notable thin-crust at Apizza Scholls and late nights at the Spaceroom.

Shopping is endless and walkability is divine. Not into walking? Trimet picks up right at your front door and it’s about a 15 minute bike ride to Downtown Portland. If you’re looking for a little escape, right at the edge of Hawthorne you will find Mt. Tabor Park. A large forested park covering an extinct volcano with tennis courts, summer soapbox races, a dog park and 360 views.