The Portland Condo Blog

The Metropolitan Condominiums in Portland…our condo of the week!

The Metropolitan

At 225 feet tall, the Metropolitan is the tallest building in the Pearl District offering sweeping views of the neighborhood, Tanner Springs Park, Jamison Square,  The Willamette River, mountain peaks, downtown and the west hills.  The unique design of the slender condominium tower allows a majority of the units to be exclusive corner units, maximizing views and daylight for unit owners.

Situated in the center of the Pearl District, between NW 10th and NW 11th Avenues and NW Lovejoy and NW Marshall Streets, The Metropolitan is adjacent to the newest of three planned parks in the Hoyt Yards neighborhood, Tanner Springs Park, and is on the Portland Streetcar line. The Metropolitan is within walking distance to countless restaurants and shops and just minutes from Downtown.

The splendor of The Metropolitan includes extensive amenities: a two story travertine and wood clad Lobby, concierge service, club facilities including a lounge with individual wine storage and a wine bar, a library for relaxing and entertaining, an exercise room, conference facilities, and guest suites. The Club facilities also include a second floor roof garden, extensively landscaped, areas for relaxing, for parties and the guest cottage serves a dual purpose as a support space for summer parties.

The LEED Silver building has high performance energy efficient mechanical systems and glazing systems, storm water retention for landscape irrigation, the incorporation of durable, low-maintenance materials and the use of healthy materials and abundant natural ventilation for improved air quality.

If you would like to tour the available units at The Metropolitan, or information on the Metropolitan HOA fees, call Brad Golik of Luxury Condos of Portland at 503-896-8856.
If you like the Metropolitan, you may also like The Casey, The Elizabeth or maybe the new Penthouse at The Westerly.
Welcome home, welcome to The Metropolitan in Portland!

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