Our guide to PDX neighborhoods you may be thinking of moving to

From local schools and family fun to the housing market and the commute, our monthly Moving To column helps parents learn more about the great neighborhoods in and around PDX.

A ‘Happy’ Medium

Seeking a trade up, a Portland family sets its sights on outer Southeast.
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Small Farm. Big City.

In search of the rural life, a family winds up in …North Portland?
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Head East, Young Family

Prioritizing space and room to grow, a family finds a new home in Parkrose.
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ATL to PDX

ATL --> PDX, with kids in tow.
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Moving To: Downtown Portland

From old school in Northeast to brand new in Southwest.
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Starting Over in Southwest

One Southwest PDX family seeks out a new home — and gets much more than they bargained for.
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Moving To … Wilsonville

Where Everybody Knows Your Name.
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Tabor’s Neighbor

In the shadow of Mount Tabor, Montavilla stands tall.
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PDX Overlook and Arbor Lodge neighborhoods

Young families are discovering the Arbor Lodge neighborhood in NoPo.
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Linnton

With easy access to both rural Sauvie Island and urban NW Portland, Linnton is on the rise.
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The Hills

This month, we spotlight Cedar Hills, a neighborhood haven north of Beaverton.
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Neighborhood of Roses

Springtime, and the living is easy in the Rose City Park neighborhood.
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Hazel Dell

Close to Portland, but a world away in Hazel Dell, Wash.
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Woodstock

Why Woodstock is one of the city's hottest real estate neighborhoods, with no signs of slowing down.
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Hayhurst

This month, we spotlight the SW neighborhood of Hayhurst, know for tall oak trees and a landmark dairy.
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Kenton

Paul Bunyan keeps watch over this family-friendly NoPo neighborhood. Moving to Kenton.
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Milwaukie

Metro Parent's inaugural real estate column looks at the market in this up-and-coming burg.
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