Concordia is located in Northeast Portland. It is bordered by the Alameda, Sabin, Vernon, Woodlawn, Sunderland, Cully and Beaumont-Wilshire neighborhoods. Also check out the Alberta page for additional information on this neighborhood.
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Alberta Arts District
The Alberta Arts District in Northeast Portland is located along NE Alberta Street and runs through the Concordia neighborhood as well as Vernon and King neighborhoods. “Alberta” by name, is not technically recognized as a standalone neighborhood, but is often considered a district. To check out the wonderful shops and restaurants Alberta Arts District has to offer, visit our district page by clicking the image.
Concordia Community Resources
Edgy, fun, and creative, this area of Northeast Portland is seeing a resurgence The homes come in many styles, and gentrification has hit this area with a mix of results. Many homes have been revitalized and improved and this is a charming neighborhood with plenty of shopping, dining, and other amenities in the area.
Restaurants and Businesses
Support your local microbrews at the Concordia Ale House.
For some great Italian food recently ranked by Portland Monthly magazine as one of the city’s best, try Ciao Vito.
Movies, events, food and more in a fun schoolhouse atmosphere! McMenamin’s Kennedy School
Of course for natural and organic local foods, there is nothing better than shopping at New Seasons Market.
Milagros – A boutique for little Portland miracles and their mamas.
Hail Mary (Mary Topagna) – Interesting artwork, furniture and gifts in a totally unique Portland shop.
Extracto Coffeehouse – Another fine addition to Portland’s coffee house scene, this neighborhood hangout is on Killingsworth across from Fat’s.
Zip Code 97211
Commute Times: 11 minutes to Downtown Portland by car, 39 minutes by bus, 33 by bike.
Commute Map and Directions
Concordia Homes for Sale – Concordia Real Estate
Portland bungalows, four square and Craftsman style homes can be found in this older Northeast neighborhood. The area is being refurbished and many homes are being restored to original character and charm, with many artsy details. The popular shopping and dining strip along Alberta Street makes this an easy neighborhood for convenience and livability.
Visit the Concordia Real Estate page to find Concordia Homes for Sale and current Real Estate Market reports.
If you are interested in buying or selling a home in this Portland neighborhood, visit our Portland Real Estate Page for more information, or visit our Portland Real Estate Map to search the RMLS for neighborhood homes for sale.