Demographics and Cost of Living
Lloyd District is less expensive than surrounding suburban areas in Portland, such as Central Eastside. On average a household in Lloyd District spends $39.5K/year in total expenditures, compared to Central Eastside's $48.0K/year.
The neighborhoods of Lloyd District and Central Eastside are similar to each other both in terms of the percentage of households that have children and the average household size. In Lloyd District, the percentage of households with children is 8% and the average household size is 1.64 people per household, and in Central Eastside 4% of households have children and there are 1.5 people per household on average.
Over 21% of Lloyd District residents have a master's degree.
Dining, Drinking and Recreation
Options on the menu in the neighborhood include sandwiches and pizza. On top of that, easy and delicious grub can be ordered up at Buffalo Wild Wings Grill & Bar and Wendy's. Both restaurants are in the neighborhood.
Stay fit (or get started) at one of Lloyd District's nearby health clubs. Options include Lloyd Athletic Club and Playground Gym.
Survey the Yelp page for additional places to grab some grub, enjoy some cocktails and unwind in Lloyd District.
Bureau Of Indian Affairs and Djs Food & Gift are just some of the grocery stores in Lloyd District. The neighborhood is home to the familiar grocery chain store Safeway on top of that.
Lloyd District has many retailers for day-to-day shopping needs, including Toys N More and Made In Oregon. Gifts From Afar is also located in the Lloyd District neighborhood, making day-to-day shopping convenient for residents. For more brand-conscious shoppers, the neighborhood has major retailers and shopping malls. One major retailer is Spencer's and there's Holladays Market, located on NE Broadway St.
Local School Statistics
Schools near the apartments in Lloyd District are Benson Polytechnic High School, Da Vinci Middle School and Irvington Elementary School. Before getting too attached to a particular school, be sure to check with your local district to determine at which schools your children might enroll.
The Oregon Department Of Education district has four elementary schools, three middle schools and one high school. Oregon Department Of Education district and Portland School District 1j have student-bodies similar in size, but Portland School District 1j offers a more competitive student-teacher ratio of 18-to-1. Portland School District 1j has more blue ribbons and a higher Great Schools score than the Oregon Department Of Education district.