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Living in The Buckman Neighborhood
Buckman is a close-in neighborhood from E. Burnside to S.E. Hawthorne with a mix of residential and commercial. The Buckman neighborhood is in a great location as it is in close central proximity to some of Portland’s most popular Eastside neighborhoods such as Belmont and Hawthorne. East Burnside has many bars, brewpubs, restaurants, boutiques and cafes. This area has seen a lot of improvements and developments in the last few years and has become an increasingly popular destination. The Burnside Bridge easily links this central Eastside neighborhood to downtown Portland.
Colonel Summers Park at S.E. Belmont and S.E. 17th has a playground, basketball courts, baseball and soccer fields and a community garden. The Buckman Elementary School has a community pool.
Schools: Buckman Arts Magnet Elementary, Sunnyside Environmental K-8, Franklin High
Parks: Colonel Summers Park, Buckman Community Garden, Verz Katz Eastbank Esplanade
Shopping: Fred Meyer, New Seasons