Adopting the same name as the extinct volcano it surrounds, Mount Tabor features towering trees, sweeping views of the Portland skyline and access to some of the city's best trails. The neighborhood is full of stately older Craftsmans, bungalows and Tudors that attract those looking for a slower place than nearby downtown. Hawthorne Boulevard is where locals shop and dine at farm-to-table restaurants like the popular Coquine. But many come here for the 196-acre Mount Tabor Park. The park includes three reservoirs, trails, bike paths and great spots to watch the sunset. The bike-friendly community also has plenty of public transportation to get in and around the area.
Mt. Tabor Apartments for Rent - Portland East, OR Want to move to the Portland East area? Look at apartments for rent in Mt. Tabor, a densely populated neighborhood near Portland East, OR? For renters who prefer a calm neighborhood, less than half of households have children. Getting to and from work takes about 25 minutes on average. Residents of Mt. Tabor will want to have access to a car, because 73% of locals get around by car. Residents are highly educated, with many having professional degrees.
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