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Find comfort and convenience in this west Portland suburb.

  • Suburb
  • Commuter
  • Bike-Friendly
  • Public Transportation
  • Rail Service
  • Technology
  • Multicultural
  • Business
  • Relaxed

While this Portland suburb may not be as well-known as its larger neighbor, Beaverton displays much of the same Pacific Northwest charm with a more relaxed local atmosphere…and that’s saying something. The relatively small city has earned recognition from Money magazine as one of the best places to live in America, citing the low cost of living, excellent schools, cultural diversity, and strong economy.

That last item is heavily thanks to a growing tech sector in Beaverton, as well as the city’s most famous corporate resident: none of the than the world headquarters of Nike. The natural landscape is a huge plus as well, with large public parks in the city and stunning nature preserves along the Willamette River nearby.

The city center is a modest yet fun collective of storefronts and cafes, with the majority of the community adopting a quiet suburban atmosphere; combine this with the fact that it’s less than thirty minutes from downtown Portland by car, and it’s easy to see why so many folks choose to live in Beaverton and commute.

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A field of tulips near Beaverton

The beautiful landscape near Beaverton

Spectacular Multnomah Falls is near Beaverton

A beautiful Beaverton sunset

Rent Trends

As of November 2017, the average apartment rent in Beaverton, OR is $936 for a studio, $1,083 for one bedroom, $1,249 for two bedrooms, and $1,524 for three bedrooms. Apartment rent in Beaverton has increased by 0.9% in the past year.

Beds Avg Sq Ft Avg Rent
Studio 381 $936
1 BR 677 $1,083
2 BR 933 $1,249
3 BR 1,151 $1,524


61 Walk Score® Somewhat Walkable
46 Transit Score® Some Transit
0 Bike Score® Somewhat Bikeable

Living in Beaverton

  • Transportation

    Being a suburb, you would not expect the transportation option in Beaverton to extend much beyond highways and automobiles. However, because of its close proximity to Portland, Beaverton residents enjoy access to the MAX commuter train. Traveling through Beaverton west into Hillsboro and all the way east through Portland and to the Portland International Airport, this train can get you to many places you need to go.

    Plenty of Beaverton residents choose to use the MAX to commute into Portland each day for work and back out again in the evening. You can also take it into the city for shopping and entertainment options. The fares are reasonable as well, especially when you consider how difficult it can be to travel by car during rush hour in and out of Portland.

    Beaverton is bordered to the north by Highway 26, which flows west to east through the city of Portland. To the east of Beaverton is Highway 217, which travels south from Highway 26 and allows drivers to connect with I-5 when traveling south through Oregon and on down to California.

  • Shopping

    One of the most popular shopping destinations in Beaverton is the Washington Square Mall. This mall has just about everything you could want in a mall, including five major department stores, Bath & Body Works, bebe and of course, an Auntie Anne's Pretzels. This mall is a big draw for those living in Beaverton because it offers a wide range of shopping and dining options within a short drive from anywhere in the city.

    The other major shopping destination in Beaverton is Beaverton Town Square. This is a huge outdoor shopping center right in the middle of the city – allowing you to shop while enjoying the beautiful summer weather and the cool spring and fall. You can find great restaurants, a Trader Joe's and even a Woodworking shop here.

  • Restaurants

    The city of Portland has become a major dining destination known across the country and even globally. Unsurprisingly, this focus on quality food and creativity has spilled over into Beaverton as well. You can find wonderful dining options, from standards you expect in any city to great ethnic options and home style favorites.

    An Oregon favorite, Pastini Pastaworks can be found in the Cedar Hills neighborhood. This local restaurant chain offers up handmade pasta in a variety of different Italian dishes that are sure to please your pasta craving. Nearby you can also find many American restaurant standards like Five Guys Burgers and Fries and Chipotle.

    There are also a number of delicious ethnic options, such as the fantastic Vietnamese fare at Pho Wah. This place, located in an unassuming strip mall with a tiny parking lot, makes some of the best Vietnamese food in the area. The standard Pho is of course delicious, as are the appetizers like the Pork Patties and the Salad Rolls. They also accommodate vegetarians with a number of meat-free dishes.

    And if you are just in the mood for a basic, delicious steak, try out the Broadway Saloon. An old drinking establishment with an excellent sirloin, you will not be disappointed with your drink and most certainly not with your steak.


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Greenbrier at Tanasbourne
1305 NW 189th Way, Beaverton, OR 97006
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