The Hazelwood neighborhood offers a good mix of both residential areas and commercial zones, encompassing hundreds of businesses but also relatively quiet streets. The majority of homes are Cape Cod or Ranch style homes. The average home was built in 1966.
The Gateway—the commercial area between 102nd Avenue from NE Halsey Street to SE Market Street—includes a new development of townhouses, apartment buildings, and multi-story condos. This areahas been designated as a “Regional Center,” meaning it has been zoned to have a density similar to the Pearl District or Lloyd Center.
The Hazelwood boundaries are: on the north, NA Halsey; on the south, SE Division, to the west, I-205 excluding the Mill Park neighborhood. The neighborhood boundaries encompass three Neighborhood Prosperity Initiatives.
The neighborhood encompasses the Gateway Transit Center, the Mall 205 Shopping Center, the Gateway Shopping Center, Plaza 205, 205 Place and Menlo Park Plaza. More than 800 businesses are part of the Hazelwood neighborhood, as well as the Adventist Medical Center which is the largest employer in the neighborhood. The commercial zone offers a great mix of
The neighborhood is extremely accessible, with close proximity to downtown Portland, Gresham, the Portland International Airport, and two freeways. In addition, the Hazelwood neighborhood iseasily accessible via public transportation, which also makes traveling to surrounding areas simple. The MAX Green Line has four stops in the Hazelwood neighborhood.
Hazelwood includes a number of parks, including Cherry Park, Cherry Blossom Park, East Holladay Park, Lincoln Park, North Powellhurst Park, Ventura Park, Hazelwood HydroPark and Community Garden, and more.
Zip Code: 97216
Some errands can be accomplished on foot
Many nearby public transportation options
Some bike infrastructure