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Living in Downtown Beaverton
The Downtown Beaverton neighborhood is mixed commercial and residential. There is a tiny historic business district near Beaverton High School. If you walk around SW Broadway in Beaverton, you can guess what the old downtown might have looked like 50 years ago. The City of Beaverton is committed to improving the look and feel of downtown and to creating a more vibrant urban core with Urban Renewal projects.
Beaverton-Hillsdale Highway was the heart of old downtown. The Cedar Hills Mall (just north of old downtown) and the area around old downtown have melted together so it is almost impossible to tell where one starts and the other begins. This area attracts shoppers, movie goers and residents in the area dining out. Downtown Beaverton has a park that has a summertime fountain good for cooling off on a hot summer day.
The Beaverton Transit Center, an important transit point for buses, the MAX train, and the WES train (to Wilsonville), is close to the center of Beaverton.
Schools: Barnes Elementary, Terra Linda Elementary, Meadow Park Middle, Sunset High School
Parks: Eichker Park, Schiffler Park, Griffith Park
Shopping: Cedar Hills Mall, Washington Square Mall, Beaverton Town Square
Living in Downtown Beaverton
Downtown Beaverton homes are mostly older apartment homes, condos and townhomes of varying sizes and prices. The Beaverton Downtown Association was created with the intention of promoting historic preservation while supporting economic growth and the physical and social environment. Downtown Beaverton has plenty of unique shops and historic buildings that give this community the old time characterics of 50 years ago.
The Homeowners Association Mediation serves the residents of Washington County, east of 185th Street to assist with free mediation, facilitation and one-on-one conflict coaching and conflict resolution workshops. They are there for both homeowners and boards to participate as a neutral party to come to a resolution.
Things to do in Downtown Beaverton
Downtown Beaverton has a ton of dining and shopping options for residents to get out and enjoy. Restaurants from fine dining, cafe, bakery, tearoom and coffee shops are not lacking in this area providing a variety of options for everyone. Shopping in Downtown Beaverton promotes shopping local and gives a variety of unique shopping experiences. Unique boutiques offering new and vintage options, flower shops, book stores, Mercantile and more are all within close, even walking distance for the residents of Downtown Beaverton.
Cooper Mountain Nature Park is a 231-acre nature park that opened in 2009 offering 3 1/2 miles of nature trails for a wonderful experience through forests, prairie to oak woodlands. Amazing, grand views of the Chehalem Mountains, close-up looks at Oregon white oaks and a small prairie. Jenkins Estate is an historic home that was built with the intention of being a summer home sitting on 68-acres, now owned by Tualatin Hills Park and Recreation District. The estate has now been renovated and is now open for self-guided tours of the stables and wooded grounds. Progress Lake to enjoy a day of fishing or taking a walk around the lake. Another great option is Washington Park offering the Oregon Zoo, Portland's Children Museum, the Japanese Gardens and more. There are plenty of opportunities for shopping, dining and entertainment right in the very community, so residents don't have to go very far.