Sellwood-Moreland is a neighborhood in Portland, Oregon with a population of 1,298. Sellwood-Moreland is in Multnomah County and is one of the best places to live in Oregon. Living in Sellwood-Moreland offers residents an urban suburban mix feel and most residents rent their homes. In Sellwood-Moreland there are a lot of bars, restaurants, coffee shops, and parks. Many families and young professionals live in Sellwood-Moreland and residents tend to be liberal. The public schools in Sellwood-Moreland are highly rated.
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This neighborhood doesn't get any better! Great schools, you have the water front, parks, great restaurants, coffee shops and stores all within walking distance. One of the best things about this very walkable neighborhood is how incredibly friendly, safe and clean it is!
It’s a beautiful neighborhood that is growing without sacrificing the quality of the community. It is dedicated to conscientious, responsible living that respects the wildlife as well as the quality of life of all residents and visitors from all states and cultural backgrounds. However, there could be greater diversity and a push for more affordable housing.
This is a changing neighborhood. It once was very quiet, safe, and family focused. The arrival of a MAX rail line, the renovation of the Sellwood Bridge, and an influx of high rise apartments with no parking are changing the climate. It is getting more and more crowded with a slight increase in crime. Businesses are booming and restaurants are blossoming, and it is a fun neighborhood, just not what it used to be.