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Buckman

Doug Fir Lounge, Portland, OR, Buckman neighborhoodBuckman [Portland Zip Code 97214] is a neighborhood in Southeast Portland, Oregon. Its borders are East Burnside Street to the north, Hawthorne Street to the south and from the Willamette River on the west to 28th Ave. on the east. The Buckman neighborhood is a cultural epicenter of sorts, containing much of East Portland’s night life, shopping and dining options. It is also quite “lived-in.” Most commercial space is intermingled, or at least close in proximity, with the residential. For many East Portland residents, because the Buckman neighborhood offers so much, there is seldom, if any, need to go downtown.

Real Estate

Buckman Real Estate – Homes For Sale

Buckman is one of Portland’s largest and most progressive neighborhoods. It contains a large variety of homes, including many fine examples of historic East Portland home styles like Old Portland Foursquare, Victorian, Craftsman, etc. Buckman has a lived-in, community-oriented feel, making it attractive to all types of buyers. Buckman has some impressive green spaces, like the popular Colonel Summers Park and Buckman Community Garden. Buckman neighborhood is also known for its award-winning schools such as Buckman Arts Magnet Elementary School, Portland’s premier arts-integrated elementary school.

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1621 SE SALMON ST
Beds:4 Baths:3.0
SqFt:4680 YrBlt:1909
$699,500
1403 SE PINE ST
Beds:4 Baths:3.0
SqFt:3499 YrBlt:1890
$425,000
416 SE 26TH AVE
Beds:2 Baths:2.0
SqFt:1296 YrBlt:1892
$379,000
2213 SE PINE ST
Beds:3 Baths:1.0
SqFt:1939 YrBlt:1928
$265,000
2522 SE BELMONT ST
Beds:2 Baths:2.0
SqFt:2085 YrBlt:1910
$244,999
818 SE 27TH AVE
Beds:2 Baths:1.0
SqFt:876 YrBlt:1973
$204,000
728 SE 16TH AVE
Beds:2 Baths:1.0
SqFt:712 YrBlt:1977

 

Food

Buckman Food

Buckman has a diverse and plentiful selection of restaurants. One of the cities finest Japanese restaurants, Masu East (310 SE 28th Ave.), resides in theMasu East, Portland, OR, Buckman neighborhood neighborhood. Sister to the popular downtown sushi mecca Masu, Masu East is more low-key and intimate. A bit on the spendy side (for eastside standards at least), Masu offers some the freshest and most inventive seafood in town, such as their ?Ring of Fire? sushi roll, which combines yellowtail and fried oysters with jalapeño marmalade. Right next door to Masu, you will find Portland’s newest culinary institution, Ken’s Artisan Pizza (304 SE 28th Ave.), which is firing up perhaps the most perfect crust you’ve ever tasted. The key to Ken’s success is its simplicity: small pies, minimal toppings, good sauce, perfect crust. One example of a modern-day classic at Ken’s is their fennel sausage and roasted onion pizza, with your choice of sweet or with Calabrian chiles. For comforting Italian food in a romantic off-the-beaten-path setting, try Il Piatto (2348 SE Ankeny St.). This charming Italian trattoria isNoble Rot, Portland, Oregon, Buckman Neighborhood tucked in a quiet, very residential area of Buckman (no problem finding parking here). Here you will find an extensive wine list, outstanding service and fresh homemade ingredients. Another great little culinary haunt is Noble Rot (2724 SE Ankeny St.), which is more like a wine-bar that just so happens to have gourmet food. With a casual front room, and a dimmer, more clubby back room, Noble Rot is a perfect place to meet some friends, sample from expertly-chosen wine flights and snack on a meat or cheese plate. And for amazing breakfast, look no further than Genies Cafe (1101 SE Division), one of Portland’s most popular breakfast, brunch and Bloody Mary spots.

 

Fun

Buckman Fun

The music and bar scene in Buckman is thriving to say the least. The East Burnside renaissance is in full bloom now–at it’s heart the Doug Fir Lounge (830 East Burnside). The Doug Fir has a full-scale restaurant, a stylish bar and patio, a hotel (the Jupiter) and live music downstairs nearly every night of the week. The opening of Doug Fir ushered in a new, prosperous era to this previously seedy and run-down strip. Just a block down from the Doug Fir, a curious new enterprise called Rontom’sRontom?s Bar, Portland, OR, Buckman Neighborhood (600 East Burnside) is beginning to pack in Portland’s hipster elite. Also offering live music some nights, Rontom’s is a large airy industrial space previously utilized as a furniture showroom. Its 70′s swinger-cum-grandad decor and faux-edgy bar staff make it both a popular and reviled spot. Either way, you’ve got to love the couches. For a more avant-garde, underground music experience check out either Rotture (315 SE 3rd)–a two-level lounge/music venue–or the more warehouse-like Holocene (1001 SE Morrison). Both feature live music and DJ’s most nights of the week. Another great Buckman music spot is Duff’s Garage (1635 SE 7th) Portland’s premier country and rockabilly club. A stylish new place that has garnered a lot of interest is a huge renovated bowling alley called Grand Central Bowl (808 SE Morrison). It still has bowling, but now offers a full-scale restaurant, lounge and bar as well. Another new hang out is the Morrison Hotel Bar (719 SE Morrison), a hip, comfortable spot with a remarkable international beer list and gourmet food.

 

History

Buckman History

Buckman neighborhood was named after Cyrus Buckman, a late 19th century orchardist, city council and school board member. Buckman was one of the first neighborhoods on Portland’s east side to be populated. Many of the homes in Buckman are more than 100 years old. There has been some recent contention due to the construction of large condominium buildings that are replacing some of the neighborhood’s historic homes.

 

Facts

Buckman Neighborhood Facts

Association – Buckman Community Association
Coalition – Southeast Uplift Neighborhood Program
Area – 2.99 km²
Population – 7923 (density 2650/km²)
Households – 4312 (94% occupied)
Owned – 710 (16%)
Rented – 3602 (84%)
Size – 1.84 persons (average)

Buckman on Portland Octopus

Grand Central Bowl

Morrison Hotel Bar

Genies Cafe

Buckman Bash

Duff’s Garage

East Burn

Voodoo Doughnut Too

Ken’s Artisan Pizza

Bossanova

Nosh on 7th

La Buca

Biwa

 

Shopping

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Schools

Schools in the Buckman Neighborhood include: Abernathy Elementary, Hosford Middle School, and Central Catholic High School.

 

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