Apartments in Portland, OR (6,010 Rentals)

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Vue Apartments

Vue Apartments

1717 SW Park Ave Portland, OR 97201

Studio to 3 bedrooms $1,044 to $4,231

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Slogan Apartments

Slogan Apartments

1510 N Sumner St Portland, OR 97217

Studio to 2 bedrooms $1,095 to $2,145

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Golf Creek Apartments

Golf Creek Apartments

1807 SW Golf Creek Dr Portland, OR 97225

Studio to 3 bedrooms $1,121 to $2,086

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The Union At St. Johns Apartments

The Union At St. Johns Apartments

7428 N Charleston Ave Portland, OR 97203

Studio to 2 bedrooms $1,150 to $2,195

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The Fifty at Division Apartments

The Fifty at Division Apartments

4975 SE Division St Portland, OR 97206

Studio to 2 bedrooms $1,170 to $3,260

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Hassalo on Eighth Apartments

Hassalo on Eighth Apartments

1061 NE 9th Ave Portland, OR 97232

Studio to 2 bedrooms $1,185 to $3,129

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Multnomah Village Apartments

Multnomah Village Apartments

7711 SW Capitol Hwy Portland, OR 97219

Studio to 2 bedrooms $1,195 to $2,730

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Waterline Apartments

Waterline Apartments

2080 NW Front Ave Portland, OR 97209

Studio to 2 bedrooms $1,229 to $2,302

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Cook Street Apartments

Cook Street Apartments

107 N Cook St Portland, OR 97227

Studio to 2 bedrooms $1,244 to $2,961

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Slabtown Flats Apartments

Slabtown Flats Apartments

1885 NW Quimby St Portland, OR 97209

Studio to 2 bedrooms $1,247 to $2,913

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Tanner Flats Apartments

Tanner Flats Apartments

2004 SW Jefferson St Portland, OR 97201

Studio to 2 bedrooms $1,270 to $2,510

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Aura Burnside Apartments

Aura Burnside Apartments

77 NE Grand Ave Portland, OR 97232

Studio to 2 bedrooms $1,275 to $3,195

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Rivage Apartments

Rivage Apartments

2220 NW Front Ave Portland, OR 97209

Studio to 2 bedrooms $1,289 to $4,488

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Q21 Apartments

Q21 Apartments

2112 NW Quimby St Portland, OR 97210

Studio to 3 bedrooms $1,299 to $4,400

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Storyline Apartments

Storyline Apartments

1177 SW Market St Portland, OR 97201

Studio to 2 bedrooms $1,304 to $3,856

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Sky3 Apartments

Sky3 Apartments

1221 SW 11th Ave Portland, OR 97205

Studio to 2 bedrooms $1,385 to $4,017

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Osprey Apartments

Osprey Apartments

3750 SW River Pky Portland, OR 97239

1 to 3 bedrooms $1,395 to $4,800

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The Frank Estate Apartments

The Frank Estate Apartments

7510 SW Aloma Way Portland, OR 97223

1 to 3 bedrooms $1,400 to $3,435

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Couch 9 Apartments

Couch 9 Apartments

135 NW 9th Ave Portland, OR 97209

Studio to 3 bedrooms $1,407 to $6,295

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Ladd Tower Apartments

Ladd Tower Apartments

1300 SW Park Ave Portland, OR 97201

Studio to 2 bedrooms $1,475 to $3,925

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YARD Apartments

YARD Apartments

22 NE 2nd Ave Portland, OR 97232

Studio to 2 bedrooms $1,475 to $4,800

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The Dianne Apartments

The Dianne Apartments

535 NW 11th Ave Portland, OR 97209

Studio to 2 bedrooms $1,490 to $4,080

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Muse Apartments

Muse Apartments

1315 NW 19th Ave Portland, OR 97209

Studio to 2 bedrooms $1,495 to $2,700

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North Hollow Apartments

North Hollow Apartments

1551 SW Taylor St Portland, OR 97205

Studio to 2 bedrooms $1,496 to $2,819

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Peloton Apartments

Peloton Apartments

4201 N Williams Ave Portland, OR 97217

1 to 2 bedrooms $1,637 to $3,050

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Yacht Harbor Club Apartments

Yacht Harbor Club Apartments

11505 NE Yacht Harbor Dr Portland, OR 97217

1 to 2 bedrooms $1,645 to $3,420

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Park Avenue West Apartments

Park Avenue West Apartments

750 SW 9th Ave Portland, OR 97205

Studio to 2 bedrooms $1,842 to $4,415

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Oxbow49 Apartments

Oxbow49 Apartments

4949 SW Landing Dr Portland, OR 97239

Studio to 2 bedrooms $1,888 to $2,962

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Slate PDX Apartments

Slate PDX Apartments

321 NE Couch St Portland, OR 97232

2 bedrooms $2,200 to $2,600

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21 Astor Apartments

21 Astor Apartments

921 NW 21st Ave Portland, OR 97209

1 to 2 bedrooms $2,250 to $3,500

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Heartline Apartments

Heartline Apartments

1241 NW Johnson St Portland, OR 97209

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Wimbledon Square and Gardens Apartments

Wimbledon Square and Gardens Apartments

2837-2847 SE Colt Dr Portland, OR 97202

Studio to 2 bedrooms $968 to $1,592

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Bridgetown Lofts Apartments

Bridgetown Lofts Apartments

4525 NE Fremont St Portland, OR 97213

Studio to 3 bedrooms $1,099 to $2,695

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THE BRIM Apartments

THE BRIM Apartments

1206 SE Ankeny St Portland, OR 97214

Studio to 1 bedroom $1,175 to $1,595

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Marvel 29 Apartments

Marvel 29 Apartments

7227 N Philadelphia Ave Portland, OR 97203

Studio to 2 bedrooms $1,195 to $1,875

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The Douglas Apartments

The Douglas Apartments

1811 SW River Dr Portland, OR 97201

Studio to 2 bedrooms $1,195 to $2,425

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Hygge Apartments

Hygge Apartments

640 NE 20th Ave Portland, OR 97232

1 to 2 bedrooms $1,199 to $2,500

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Apartments for rent in Portland, OR

How much does it cost to rent an apartment in Portland?

Bedrooms Average Rent Cheapest Rent Highest Rent
Studio Apartments $1,378 $150 $2,924
1 Bedroom Apartments $1,561 $150 $4,424
2 Bedroom Apartments $1,764 $300 $7,117
3 Bedroom Apartments $1,856 $479 $6,971

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1717 SW Park Ave Portland, OR 97201

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Your Guide to Apartments in Portland

Known affectionately as 'The City of Roses', Portland apartments have much more than simple natural beauty to offer residents. From nationally-known culinary hot spots to a huge assortment of cultural destinations ranging from art galleries to museums, this north-western city is a great place to call home.


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Then - once you've found your new home from ApartmentHomeLiving.com, also let us help guide you to some of the sights to see in Portland as well. Settled in 1843, Portland quickly became populated as an early logging town. The heritage still shines through today with historic destinations such as the World Forestry Center. Spend a truly unique afternoon exploring the Portland Bathtub Art Museum, or get lost in the natural wonder of the Portland, OR Japanese Gardens. Is food your passion? Satisfy that hunger for world-class cuisine with an unforgettable meal at one of the many fine restaurants all over the area.


A natural jewel of the west coast, Portland apartments have something to offer for everyone. Start your search today and start living the good life in the City of Roses tomorrow!

Portland Overview

Named after its sister-city in coastal Maine, Portland, Oregon is a wonderful place to live. This Pacific Northwest hub has evolved into a popular center for visitors and locals and is considered a cosmopolitan, artistic, progressive and very environmentally friendly city. With a community of approximately 640,000 residents, Portland has become known for its reputation as a bastion of counterculture and its liberal political values. Portland is one of the greenest places to live, it is often awarded “most green cities” and “Greenest City in the U.S.”, it scored as the “8th most popular American City to live” in the 1009 Pew Research Center study, and in 2008 was awarded the title of “Greenest City in America” by Popular Science.

Portland History

Portland was originally a trading center when first founded in the 1830s. The Oregon settlement’s population began to grow near the end of the Oregon Trail, first during local gold rushes, and then into a food and forest products processing site.

Portland Weather

Contrary to urban myth, it doesn’t rain in Portland every day. The climate is, however a temperate climate with both Mediterranean and oceanic features. Portland’s weather is characterized by cool, rainy winters and warm, dry summers that get little to no rainfall – the majority of rain occurs between November and February. Fall is warm, with the warmest being August. Both spring and fall bring variable weather including cold snaps and warm fronts, however, mild temperatures in the 50s and 60s °F are the average.

Portland Media

Portland’s general-interest daily news needs are served by the Oregonian. Other weekly and periodic newspapers include the alternative weekly Williamette Week, the Portland Tribune, The Asian Reporter, the weekly African-American The Skanner, and The Portland Mercury, which targets younger urban readers.

Portland Landmarks

Every year, more than 10,000 ambitious people try to climb Mount Hood’s massive 11,240-foot summit, which is Oregon's number one landmark. Portland also boasts one of the West Coast’s most impressive historic commercial districts, with buildings that were built in the mid-to-late-19th century featuring cast iron fronts and High Victorian architectural styles. Local residents and tourists alike enjoy visiting the Sunken Village Archeological Site to see the well-preserved remains of a mid-13th to mid-18th century Chinookan village. In southwest Portland, the beautiful Piggot Castle is a popular attraction. Students attend the Portland State University and the University of Portland.

Things to do in Portland

Apartment residents who love sports will love Portland. Home to two major league sports franchises: the Portland Timbers, and the Portland Trail Blazers as well as the National Women’s Soccer League, Portland has sporting events year-round. Foodies also find Portland welcoming. Named by CNN and the U.S. News & World Report and other publications as the best city in the world for street food, Portland offers over 600 licensed food carts to choose from. If you enjoy trying new beers, you’ll find a bar near your restaurant to test some out -- Portland has more independent microbreweries and total breweries than any city in the world. There are 58 breweries in the city and more than 70 in the surrounding Metro area. In addition to being ranked as one of the best cities for food, Portland is known as one of the most vegan and vegetarian-friendly cities in the U.S. Portland is a dream city for bicycle enthusiasts, and is an elite bicycle racing destination, with the Oregon Bicycle Racing Association supporting hundreds of official bicycle-related events every year. If art is your passion, check out the first-class Portland Art Museum, the oldest art museum in the Pacific Northwest, featuring a collection of 42,000 objects.

Portland Festivals

Portland is home to the Rosebud and Thorn Pageant, and the Portland Rose Festival which is held annually in June. There are a variety of beer and brewing and beer festivals as well, including the Tom McCall Waterfront Park’s Oregon Brewers Festival at the end of July, the Holiday Ale Festival, the North American Organic Brewer’s Festival, the Spring Beer and Wine Festival, and the Portland International Beerfest, to name a few.

Portland Vacation spots

The Wildspring Gust Habitat in nearby Port Oxnard boasts five cabins and offers open- air slate hot-tubbing overlooking the Pacific Ocean, relaxing meditation alcoves and a labyrinth walk. At the Sunriver Resort, the entire family will find adventures to embark on. You can visit the on-site observatory to see the night sky, paddle the Deschutes River, snowshoe, go for a sailplane excursion, or hang by the pool. Hikers and backpackers will enjoy trekking into the 180,000-acre Kalmiopsis Wilderness Area.

Getting Around Portland

Transportation options are plenty in Portland. Getting in and out is easy enough through the Portland International Airport. No matter where your apartment is located, there’s a way to get from there to where you want to go – there are two routes offered by the city-owned Portland Streetcar that cover the downtown and Central City-adjacent districts, the Metropolitan Area Express (MAX) light rail system’s five lines connect the suburbs to the city, and the TriMet’s buses cover the rest of the city. Additionally, the WES Commuter rail connects Portland's western suburbs, linking Wilsonville and Beaverton, and if you want to share a car, there is U-Haul Car Share, Getaround, Car2Go and Zipcar services available for city residents and some suburbs. Portland’s commuter aerial cableway, the Portland Aerial Tram links the Oregon Health & Science University Campus and the Williamette River’s South Waterfront District. If you’re into biking, you’re in luck – Portland is one of the most bicycle-friendly places, and will soon even have a 600-bike bake share program that will make getting from your apartment to your destination a breeze.

Commuting in Portland

While Portland ranks at number 13 on the list of American cities with the most traffic congestion, the average one-way commute only takes 24 minutes. The I-5 connects Portland to Southern Oregon, the Williamette Valley and California to the south, and goes north to Washington, the I-205 freeway loops with the I-405 on the east to the Portland International airport and around the central downtown area. Other routes include the US 26, US 30 and the I-84.

Why Here

Where to move in Portland

If you are young and new to the Portland area, chances are an apartment in the NW Portland district will be home to your first apartment. It features neighborhoods directly adjacent to the city center, with high-rise condos and historic walk-ups that are a favorite of young professionals, students, and families. The Northwest area has another perk if you’re looking for love: according to the U.S. Census, the resident population is a median age of 34, with 80 percent being singles. NE Portland is more suited to people looking for a trendy destination for eating, drinking and window shopping in the Boise and Alberta Arts districts. An apartment downtown will put you within walking distance to the Max lines, streetcars and 32 bus lines. It also offers a “Free Rail Zone” running through downtown and the Lloyd District for residents who are vehicle-free.