Like many of its neighbors, Roseway has gone through a resurgence over the past few years and continues to move forward. This quaint neighborhood with easy access greater Portland via Sandy Boulevard is home to 6,372 people as of 2016. It is near the Rose City Park, Beaumont Wilshire, and Madison South neighborhoods.
Roseway has charming homes that reflect the history of Portland, including Tudor, Bungalow, and Cape Cod style homes. Manicured lawns and well-kept exteriors add to the aesthetic appeal of the neighborhood, as well as a historic theater which has recently been revamped with art-deco architecture. The average home was built in 1944.
The Roseway neighborhood is ideal for families—just under half of the households in the neighborhood have at least one member under the age of 18.
The Roseway Theatre is an independent, family-owned and operated movie theater. Opening its doors in 1925, it has room for 600 people, including balconies. The theater shows first-run films, but has retained the distinctive neighborhood feel—the original 1920’s façade and interior are still intact. A walk through the lobby is an outing all on its own—photos of the theater from the 1920’s to the 1940’s take movie-goers on a visual journey through the theater’s past. Another appeal is the free parking lot behind the theater—something of a rarity in Portland!
Fairley’s Pharmacy is an independent, full-service pharmacy and soda fountain that has been locally owned and operated since 1913. Fairley’s has an extensive menu of espresso drinks as well as milkshakes, malts, colas, and phosphate sodas. In addition, Fairley’s offers all of the services of a modern pharmacy.
Roseway is conveniently located near Sandy Boulevard, the major traffic thoroughfare of Northeast Portland. Sandy Boulevard offers easy access to I-84 and other surrounding neighborhoods.
Zip Code: 97213
Most errands can be accomplished on foot
A few nearby public transportation options
Some bike infrastructure