The Roosevelt Condos

The Roosevelt Condos

Roosevelt Condos1005 SW Park Avenue  - Portland  - OR

Portland Condos, The Roosevelt was originally a hotel built in 1925 converted into 104 condos home in 2000.  The Roosevelt condominium building is located in the heart of Portland Downtown on the South Park Blocks, just steps away from Portland State University, Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall, Portland Art Museum and Portland Center for the Performing Arts.  Close by is Portland Street car for a short trip to the chic Pearl District, South Waterfront and the Northwest 23rd Avenue for these Portland condo owners.


Portland Condos Downtown offers one of the most beautiful downtowns of any city, anywhere. Portland’s Downtown is the epicenter of business, art, dining government, transportation and entertainment Portland's downtown area is vibrant and alive. A stroll through Portland’s Downtown neighborhood Park Blocks enjoys block after block of ancient elms, inviting park benches and rich green lawns, and on the south end home to our popular Farmers Market and Oregon’s most diverse and urban Portland State University.   Portland’s Downtown neighborhood includes landmarks such as the historic Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall, Antoinette Hatfield Hall of the Portland Center for the Performing Arts, the nationally recognized Portland Art Museum, and the Oregon Historical Society.  Portland focuses on improvements to its downtown area while maintaining a thriving business arena,  anchor and boutique shopping,  Pioneer Courthouse Square,  centralized community hangout where millions visit annually and Waterfront Park known for its many events and natural beauty along the Willamette River.  Downtown is home to the Portland Saturday Market, where local artisans sell a variety of arts and crafts. Built after a European city, Portland is not only walk-able it is also very bike friendly as well as the terrain is mostly flat.  The Portland’s Streetcar runs throughout the city and much of its zones allow you to travel free of charge  from Downtown, the chic Pearl District, South Waterfront and the Northwest 23rd area.  Portland Downtown is a wonderful diverse area to enjoy urban condo living as a fun place to call home.

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  1. What direction is the Roosevelt Condo #707 facing? The living room and kitchen may be facing east to the Park blocks, but the bedroom appears to be facing west. Possibly a corner unit facing east? The photos are confusing. I am familiar with the neighborhood but have since moved out of the area. I am interested in moving back eventually after the situation improves.

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