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Living in the University Park Neighborhood
University Park is tucked between Cathedral Park and Overlook neighborhoods on a bluff overlooking the Willamette River. The neighborhood is convenient for commuting to downtown Portland, just 15 minutes away by car and a bike lane eases the way for cyclists.
University Park is rich in green spaces. The five parks, Northgate, McCoy, McKenna, Portsmouth, and University include playgrounds, softball and soccer fields, picnic tables. There’s a tennis court at Northgate Park and residents can plant their own vegetables in the McCoy Community Garden.
Schools: Astor Elementary School; Clarendon/Portsmouth Park Elementary and Middle School; Roosevelt High School
Parks: Portsmouth Park; McCoy Park and Community Garden; McKenna Park; Northgate Park; University Park; Smith and Bybee Lakes Wetlands area
Shopping: St. Johns Safeway, Fred Meyer, Arbor Lodge New Seasons Market
Freeways: 2 miles to I-5; Oregon State Highway 30 across the St. Johns Bridge