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Concordia Neighborhood

DISCOVER PORTLAND'S CONCORDIA NEIGHBORHOOD

Northeast Portland’s Concordia neighborhood is surrounded by the Alameda, Cully, Beaumont-Wilshire, Sabin, Sunderland, Vernon, and Woodlawn neighborhoods.

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Date Night: Eat & Drink

There’s something for everyone in Concordia, from pubs to restaurants featuring seasonal foods. Take a stroll around the neighborhood and find a delicious bite to eat!

Great local schools and an active neighborhood association are just a few reasons this community is strong and tight knit. Tour the neighborhood and see it for yourself!

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Shopping & Businesses

A variety of small-to-large businesses provide services for the area, which is also home to a neighborhood grocery store.

Parks & Green Spaces

Fernhill Park – In partnership with the Bureau of Environmental Services, this natural forest garden includes a wide variety of native plants, split-rail fencing, logs and boulders, and a gravel path. The nature patch is on the hilltop that overlooks the splash pad and dog off-leash area.

Download PDF file Fernhill Park Nature Patch Design and Plant List (2.86 Mb)

AddressNE 37th Avenue and Ainsworth Street Portland, OR 97211

Related – Interactive Fountains and Splash Pads

Park hours – 5:00am-midnight. To reserve a sports field, call 503-823-2525.

Park amenities/activities

  • Horseshoe Pit
  • Nature Patch
  • Picnic Table
  • Playground
  • Dog Off-leash Area
  • Paths (Paved)
  • Track
  • Baseball Field
  • Soccer Field
  • Softball Field
  • Splash Pad
  • Volleyball Court

Other neighborhood parks

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Things to Do & See in Concordia

Take an afternoon and explore the area’s unique shops and wide selection of food and drink options.

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Nearby Neighborhoods

Alameda

Alameda

Alameda is a beautiful neighborhood with quiet, tree-lined streets and some gorgeous homes, many on larger lots. Homes on Alameda ridge have a stunning view of Portland and the West hills.

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Kenton

Kenton

The Kenton neighborhood in North Portland is bordered by Arbor Lodge, St. Johns, and Piedmont neighborhoods. Kenton is also close to other areas via the Max light rail, which is located on nearby Interstate Avenue.

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Mississippi

Mississippi

Trendy North Mississippi Avenue is in the Boise-Eliot neighborhood. Bordered by the Overlook, Humboldt, King, and Eliot neighborhoods, North Mississippi is centrally located for convenient commuting to Vancouver or downtown Portland.

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Woodlawn

Woodlawn

This cozy community in Northeast Portland is home to gorgeous homes and tree-lined streets. It’s close to major highways so it’s easy to access Vancouver and inner Portland. With restaurants, parks, and a seasonal farmers market, Woodlawn is a beautiful neighborhood to call home.

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History of the Neighborhood

Concordia was named after Concordia College, which opened in 1907 as a high school for young men. During this time, Concordia was rapidly expanding, along with the neighboring areas of Beaumont-Wilshire, Alameda, Cully, and more. Alberta and Killingsworth were both major sources of business activity and served as a hub of commerce. After the Vanport flood of 1948, African Americans displaced by the disaster settled in the area. Urban renewal efforts of the 1990s pushed out much of the African American population. Development was enhanced thanks to the Alberta Street community’s goal to make the area a center for arts and retail. Mass transit and improvements for biking and walking have made the neighborhood one of the most vibrant, diverse parts of the city.