One-bedroom apartment with living room, bedroom, kitchen with vintage tile, dining nook, and two closets. Gas stove and heat. Sunny, quiet southwest facing corner apartment. Hardwood floors, free Wi-Fi.
One-bedroom 3rd floor apartment with large living room, bedroom, kitchen with vintage tile, dining nook, and large closets. Gas stove and heat. Sunny, top floor, Mt. Hood peekaboo views. Hardwood floors. Wi-Fi, water/sewer/garbage included.
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5415 N Albina Ave
The landmark Falcon Art Community building is situated at the corner of North Albina and North Killingsworth Court, one block from Portland Community College (PCC), and just steps away from a variety of Portland’s best coffee shops, eateries, and other amenities. Shopping and food options abound on nearby Mississippi Avenue, Killingsworth, and Vancouver/Williams Avenues. With an amazing Walk Score of 93 and a Bike Score of 100, this is truly a walker’s delight and a cyclist’s paradise. These apartment homes are located just above the exclusive Falcon Art Studios, where world-renowned painters, sculptors, filmmakers, and musicians craft their art. The Falcon is also home to the broadcast studios of XRay Radio 91.1 FM, a progressive, independent, non-commercial radio station.
Built in 1911, the historic Falcon Art Community apartments have been lovingly brought back to their original charm with features like hardwood floors, arched doorways, historic bathroom tile, and pedestal sinks. Complimentary FREE WiFi is available in each corridor!
The wider Falcon Art Community is committed to fostering creativity and enhancing our neighborhoods well-designed apartments, and engaging events. We believe our core values apply to every aspect of life and invite anyone that feels the same to connect with us. We are a community of people who care about the arts, and many of our residents are painters, sculptors, musicians, writers, actors, and other artists, who are committed to upholding standards of care and excellence as they create innovative new work. These artists share a common thread: a belief in the values of craftsmanship and vision. We are proud to support the thriving arts community in Portland.