North Tabor Neighborhood Portland
North Tabor is located in Southeast Portland. It is bordered by the Laurelhurst, Hollywood, Rose City Park, Montavilla, Mount Tabor and Sunnyside neighborhoods.
North Tabor Neighborhood Amenities
North Tabor is nestled along the north side of Mount Tabor. North Tabor is served by the 60th MAX station; with buslines along Burnside, Glisan and 60th; the 50s bikeway, and offers convenient access to I-84. NE Glisan runs through it.
North Tabor offers easy walking distance to Mount Tabor Park, Laurelhurst Park, and Normandale Park. For good eats, North Tabor neighborhood features: Bangkok Kitchen for thai food, Biddy McGraws, a popular neighborhood Irish pub, Laurelhurst Cafe, one of the cutest cafes in Portland, Los Taquitos Mexican fare, and Seven Virtues neighborhood coffee and tea shop, just to name a few.
NE/SE 50s Bikeway Project
From City of Portland: The 50s Bikeway is a 4.3-mile, next generation bikeway project that is part of the Portland Bicycle Plan for 2030, and includes eight arterial crossing improvements to increase pedestrian safety. It will create a north-south safety corridor that connects eight east side neighborhoods from Rose City Park, through Mt. Tabor and down to Woodstock. Within a quarter mile are 19,600 residents and within a half mile are 12 schools and seven parks.
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North Tabor Information
North Tabor Neighborhood Association From NorthTabor.org: “The history of our neighborhood has its beginnings at the very earliest date of Portland’s development, growing rapidly from the late 1800s and into the early 1900s. The area was originally considered part of “North Mount Tabor”, and was predominantly farmland. The second phase of development soon followed, with the construction of the Mount Tabor Villa streetcar line, which served our area and what was later renamed as the Montavilla area. This streetcar line, which ran along Glisan from about NE 28th to east of NE 82nd, was originally constructed in 1892, and quickly triggered a lot of in-fill development, particularly in the areas closest to the streetcar line.”
North Tabor Schools
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