Roseway Neighborhood


Roseway, an urban paradise in Northeast Portland, is a neighborhood tucked around parks and the historic Rose City Golf Course. To its east lies NE 82nd Avenue – once marking the city limits of early 1900s Portland. Along two sides lies Glenhaven &Rose City Parks with their lush greenery spilling out to meet at the corner where NEPrescott meets NE Fremont then curves along 65th into 62nd Ave for the northern border- creating one picturesque perimeter!

The majority of Roseway is single-family residences, most built between 1920 and 1950, and mature trees line nearly every street. Sandy Boulevard cuts diagonally through the heart of Roseway and serves as its primary commercial corridor. The two primary TriMet bus routes servicing the neighborhood are #12 and #33. The Max Lightrail is nearby too, with a station just to the south at NE 82nd and NE Halsey.

Residents have easy access to I-84 and I-205 freeways in addition to proximity to Portland International Airport. The Columbia River Gorge National Scenic Area is just a short drive away via I-84 providing incredible access to hiking trails and some of the most beautiful natural terrain in the state of Oregon.

Roseway is a lovely place to spend a sunny afternoon wandering around, admiring the variety of architecture and the many beautifully kept gardens. If you begin in Glen Haven Park and walk the length of the Rose City Golf Course on Sacramento, you will see so many treetops that you might forget you’re in the middle of a city. Taking a right on 70th Avenue makes for a pleasant, winding route through the southern part of the neighborhood up to Sandy Boulevard.

Try out a class at Roseway Yoga (SE 65th) or stop by Kainos Coffee (SE 66th) a bright, cheerful spot with delicious coffee, pastries, and a purpose. Owners Marten Boyden and Austin Roberts started Kainos in part because they love coffee, and also to fulfill their desire to give back. Boyden has taken numerous trips to the Philippines where he volunteers with Life Child Asia Foundation, an organization working to get orphaned children off the streets and into homes that feel more like homes than institutions. Kainos donates 21% of its profits to the organization every month.

Take a walk down Sandy Boulevard and discover a vibrant Asian restaurant community. Start with Portland’s renowned Pho An (SE 63rd) for warming, flavourful pho soups or go to MeKha Noodles (SE 66th), which the Oregonian declared home of “Portland’s Best” in 2016! If it is not yet time for dinner an early bird visit to Cameo Cafe could be just what you need; freshly cooked American fare combined with Korean flavors such as kimchi hash and pindaettok – an eggy pancake flavored wonderfully with scallions, bean sprouts & carrots.

Roseway has seen decades of change, especially along Sandy Boulevard, but there are still some old-timer holdouts that will make you feel like the important things have not changed. If you’re seeking comfort, stop in at neighborhood staple Annie’s Donuts (SE 72nd) where you will find the familiar lineup of old favorites and a baker’s dozen won’t break the bank.

Roseway Theater has seen generations of entertainment! Dating back to 1924, it was a beloved cornerstone of community life and socializing with its 600-seat capacity. Even when entrance fees were only 2 coins per movie in the 1950s, locals remember their fondness for this space – then modernized by Greg Wood. Grandson to a film editor and son of a director at Sony’s Engineering Department, he restored art deco details while simultaneously reducing seating from 500 -> 330 for increased comfort & legroom as well as upgrading projection & sound equipment so that visitors can still enjoy top-notch viewing experience today!

Fairley’s Pharmacy is a reminder that pharmacies used to be fun and functional. Constructed in 1913 at the junction of SE Sandy and Fremont, the building is triangular, coming to a narrow point at the corner. Walking into this pharmacy is like stepping back in time. There are some activities to keep you busy while the staff fills your prescriptions. Saddle up to the soda fountain counter and enjoy a sundae, milkshake, malted, egg cream, or phosphate soda. You can also pass the time gazing at their assortment of vintage pharmacy equipment and old advertisements for things of the past like cocaine tooth drops and asthma cigarettes.

Nearby Parks:

Crystal Springs Rhododendron Garden
It is  a botanical garden located between Reed College and the Eastmoreland Golf Course in southeastern Portland in the U.S. state of Oregon. The garden, at Southeast 28th Avenue and Woodstock Boulevard, covers 9.49 acres (3.84 ha), is named for the numerous springs within the garden. Crystal Springs Garden features more than 2,500 rhododendrons, azaleas, and other plants in a setting of small lakes, paved and unpaved paths, fountain, and small waterfalls.

Includes accessible restroom, fountain, paths – paved, paths – unpaved, public garden, tours – guided, visitor attraction, and wedding site – reservable.

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