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Featured Apartments in Gresham, OR
Luxury, Location, Lifestyle...Heatherwood combines quality, service, fantastic amenities and a convenient location..
Gresham OR, 97080
Come see our new look!!! Vista @23 has recently undergone a full renovation! Residents can now enjoy a huge, state of the art fitness center, a business center with high speed internet, a brand new clubhouse with a free coffee bar and flat screen TV!
Gresham OR, 97030
Washer/Dryer in selected homes.. Wonderful Golfcourse Views... Close to Gresham Towncenter.
Gresham OR, 97030
Campbell Park offers beautifully designed vintage and remodeled 2 bedroom townhomes and apartment flats. Located on 12 beautifully landscaped and park-like acres, Campbell Park has all the amenities you've been waiting for. Clubhouse, fitness center, seasonal heated pool, tennis courts and 24-hour emergency maintenance are just a few examples of why our residents love living here. Our friendly, on-site staff is here to help you in any way possible with your move to Campbell Park.
Gresham OR, 97030
Close to Gresham Town Center Mall... Washer and Dryer in Every Unit... Major Bus Line #4
Gresham OR, 97030
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Overview of Gresham
Gresham, home to more than 105,000 residents, is the fourth largest city in the state of Oregon and the second largest city in the Portland metropolitan area. With a median age of 33.6 years, Gresham is comprised of people from all walks of life. Founded in 1852, Gresham is located east of Portland on the banks of the Kelly and Johnson Creeks.
Over the past few decades, Gresham has experienced a dramatic amount of population growth. In combination with the city's close proximity to Portland, this population growth gives Gresham an urban feel. Those searching for Gresham apartments for rent should be excited to get in on the action. The city is split into 16 neighborhood associations: ASERT, Centennial, the Central City, Gresham Butte, Gresham Pleasant Valley, Hollybrook, Kelly Creek, Mt. Hood, North Central, North Gresham, Northeast Gresham, Northwest Gresham, Powell Valley, Rockwood, Southwest and Wilkes East.
Living in Gresham, OR
Gresham residents enjoy close proximity to Portland, a city that draws residents from across the globe. Gresham residents enjoy summer concerts, numerous art festivals and family-friendly community events. Residents also enjoy outstanding park and recreational spaces, such as an aquatic center, biking and walking trails, camping facilities and sports leagues.
The Portland area is known for its efforts in sustainability, and Gresham carries the same association. Already, Gresham is home to an award-winning wastewater treatment plan, which is 75 percent sustainable because it runs on a combination of solar power and harnessed methane gas. Water bottle recycling initiatives, water and home energy assessments and green workshops for businesses all hope to educate residents on how to live more soundly within the environment.
Gresham Work and Study
Mt. Hood community college is located in Gresham, which enrolls about 4,000 students each year. Additionally, Lewis & Clark College, Portland State University, the University of Portland and Portland Community College are located within 15 miles of Gresham in the city of Portland.
Many Grisham residents commute to nearby Portland for daily work. The city loses about 15 percent of its population during the daytime due to commuting. However, Gresham is also a great area for employment: Boeing Portland, ON Semiconductor, Microchip Technology, Brooks Automation and Cascade Corporation all have offices in Gresham.
Rentals in Gresham, OR, and Cost of Living
Those in search of Gresham rentals will be happy to note that Gresham's cost of living index is right on par with the national average. Many residents save money by living in Gresham rather than Portland, as Portland's cost of living is slightly above the U.S. average.
Gresham has a better-than average rental market. According to U.S. Census data, 47.5 percent of Gresham households were renter-occupied in 2010. This should be welcome news for seekers of Gresham apartments. The median gross rent in Gresham is $816 per month.
Gresham Attractions and Special Events
Gresham is home to a thriving art community, and many residents enjoy visiting the Gresham Visual Arts Gallery. Each year, local and regional artists also come together to create the Gresham Art Walk, during which visitors can enjoy locally made pottery, textiles, photography and more.
For nature lovers, Gresham offers easy access to the Columbia River Gorge and the Mt. Hood National Forest. These natural respites from urban life offer outdoors activities and recreation that are perfect for both individual adventures and family outings. Bicyclists can rejoice in the fact that Gresham has more than 116 miles of bike lanes within its borders.
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