2104 N Rosa Parks Way Portland, OR 97217
Listing Courtesy of: RMLS / Keller Williams Pdx Central

  2104 N Rosa Parks Way Portland, OR 97217

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Amazing development opportunity in the heart of N. Portland. Zoned RM2 with the potential to build up to 16+ units. Corner lot with access from three sides including the alley on N. Gay St. Centrally located and walkable to popular bars, restaurants, New Seasons and F. Meyer. Easy access to the Max line, public transportation, and I-5. The house is rented and could be remodeled but the value is in the land and the development opportunity. Buyer to verify and do all due diligence.

MLS #:
Lot Size
8,712 SQFT
Multnomah County

Listed By

Linn Holdhusen, Keller Williams Pdx Central
Last checked Apr 24 2024 at 9:37 AM PDT
Bathroom Details
Lot Information
  • Corner Lot
Utility Information
  • Utilities: Water Connected, Sewer Connected, Electricity Connected
School Information
  • Elementary School: Chief Joseph
  • Middle School: Ockley Green
  • High School: Jefferson
Additional Listing Info
  • Buyer Brokerage Commission: 2.25
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