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Living in The Grant Park Neighborhood
Grant is a family oriented community of tree-lined streets and well-built homes.
Shopping is easy in the Grant community. The Lloyd Center shopping mall is nearby and the main commercial streets — N.E. Broadway, N.E. Fremont and N.E. Sandy –offer a variety of small boutiques, restaurants and coffee shops, where residents mingle.
Grant Park is one of the neighborhood gems. Adjacent to Grant High School it is almost 20 acres and features tennis courts, a running track, soccer and softball fields and picnic tables. The park was the setting for many scenes in the Ramona series of children’s books by Beverly Cleary and features sculptures of some of her characters, including, of course, Ramona.
Schools: Elementary school: Hollywood-Fernwood Elementary School; Fernwood Middle School; Grant High School
Parks: Grant Park
Shopping: New Seasons, Whole Foods, Safeway, Fred Meyer, Lloyd Center
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Living in Grant Park
Grant Park is dubbed one of the best places to live in Portland and is located in the northeast section of Portland. Not only does Grant Park offer plenty of residential properties but, there is also several dining and shopping within walking distance to enjoy in the nearby Hollywood District. Bustling with activity, residents are able to enjoy a night out at one of the nearby restaurants or pubs in the Hollywood District or just a short drive from downtown Portland or the whole family can enjoy some time spent at the Hollywood District Farmers Market. Grant Park is not lacking in grocery store options either, Fred Meyer, New Seasons, Trader Joe's and Whole Foods are all available and most within walking distance to residences.
The famous arthur Beverly Cleary grew up in Grant Park and is actually the setting she uses in her books. There is a sculpture garden in Grant Park that features sculptures with fountain features of the characters of her book; which is nice for children to enjoy the water on a nice hot day. The actual park, Grant Park is the centerpiece of the neighborhood. Amenities include a community garden, tennis and basketball courts, a running track, baseball, softball and soccer fields, picnic areas and an off-leash dog area for your four legged friends to enjoy.
Grant Park is a very walkable neighborhood, so walking to get around Grant Park and the Hollywood District are encouraged; however there are plenty of options when walking isn't an option. Downtown Portland is only a quick 12 minute drive by car from Grant Park. The TriMet offers three bus routes to help residents get to their destination and even though Grant Park does not have the MAX light rail or a streetcar stop in Grant Park, the Hollywood District does and it is only about a 10 minute walk from Grant Park to the Hollywood District.
Schools in Grant Park
Portland Public School District serves the Grant Park neighborhood with educational opportunities. The schools that are available to the residents of Grant Park are some of the better schools that the district has to offer with ratings that are mostly above average. For instance, Grant High School was given an exceptional 9/10 rating according to GreatSchools.org and Alameda Elementary School a rating of 8/10. Beverly Cleary School and Sabin Elementary School were giving a 6/10 rating; keeping with the trend of above average ratings. The middle school, Beaumont Middle School needs some work, receiving a below average rating of 3/10. If public school is not ideal and private school is more your speed, there are a couple of options available. The Madeleine Elementary School for K-8, Portland International Community School for 9-12 or the Oregon Outreach for 7-12 can offer the private school experience.
Homes in Grant Park
Homes in Grant Park are found on tree-lined streets with nicely landscaped yards. Beautiful, well maintained homes with varying styles, varieties such as bungalows, cottages, Cape Cods, colonials, Craftsman, classic Old Portland and more. It is not uncommon to find homes with fruit trees and booming vegetable gardens. Many homes also have some extra charm with mini-libraries outside their homes or even a poetry post. A serene neighborhood that offers a quiet, family-friendly environment that is within walking distance of shopping and dining.