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With its parks, grocery stores, and schools, the Northwest District is a prime model of a Portland "20-Minute neighborhood."

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The Northwest District is just a quick pedal from the Pearl District, downtown, and Forest Park.

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The Northwest District Association routinely wages battles against parking garages and other new structures it deems unfit within the Northwest Historic District to protect the aesthetic of revitalized houses and open spaces.

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The just-opened Condominiums at Cathedral Park have added to the up-and-coming neighborhood’s appeal.

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The sprawling lawns beneath the gothic arches of the St. Johns Bridge are host to the beloved Cathedral Park Jazz Festival every July.

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City planners and the Portland Development Commission targeted Alberta Street for revitalization, beginning a steady change in the Sabin neighborhood.

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Eateries quickly following the updated Craftsmans, sparkling row-houses and resurrected Victorians in the Sabin neighborhood.

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In 2008, a pair of aging hilltop water towers were transformed into the Sabin HydroPark, complete with swing sets and slides.

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