Orenco Station has won many awards since it was started in 1998. The community contains 375 homes including detached homes, rowhomes and condominiums–as well as two city parks, a community swimming pool, spa and tennis courts. It’s desirability begins with its proximity to Intel’s Ronler Acres campus across the street and its location a scant mile away from Portland Metro’s MAX light rail. The Town Center lofts and live-work brownstones are in addition to these.
The neighborhood combines the best of urban and suburban living with its Town Center, where gracious brick and rot-iron-trimmed buildings house a variety of businesses mixed with apartment lofts. Anchored by popular local organic grocer New Seasons Market, who shares a building with local home and kitchen store Kitchen Kaboodle, Town Center is also home to the Orenco Station Grill, Yuki’s Japanese restaurant, Starbuck’s and Swagath India cuisine.Enjoy fine wines and Renaissance Premium Wines, or find whatever you need for your pet at Nature’s Pet.
All the shops, restaurants and services business are a short walk away from any home. Other businesses include a bed ‘n’ breakfast hotel, bank, real estate offices, attorneys–the list goes on and on. Click here for a complete list. In season, Orenco Station has its very own Farmer’s Market, where local farmers, food vendors, a brewer and other artisans–all local–are available–including live entertainment.
You can’t help but notice stately brick townhomes that surround and weave Town Center. These have received a special zoning from the City of Hillsboro, where owners can maintain separate businesses in their homes. You’ll see a physician, a beauty salon, a bridal designed and many others.
All these features combine to make Orenco Station among the most unique neighborhoods in the country.