Neighborhood info for TwentyTwenty Apartments in Portland, Oregon

A Great Place to Call Home

TwentyTwenty Apartments sits at the cusp of the evolving, mixed‐use Lloyd District, the NE Broadway retail corridor, and vibrant residential neighborhoods including Sullivan’s Gulch, Grant Park, Irvington, Alameda, Hollywood, Kerns, and Laurelhurst.

Residents are provided close access to public transit and bike trails. NE Multnomah and many other local streets feature dedicated bike lanes. The closest TriMet bus stop is at NE Multnomah & 21st. The MAX station at Holladay Park connects you to the Blue, Green, and Red lines, and provides easy access to the Portland International Airport. Just minutes beyond Holladay Park is a Portland Streetcar stop, to ride to the Central Eastside Industrial District, the South Waterfront, the Pearl District, and downtown Portland.

Something For Everyone

Education and employment near TwentyTwenty Apartments in Portland, Oregon

Education & Employment

  • Heavy Logistics International
  • Multnomah County Library
  • Concordia University
  • Lincoln High School
  • University of Portland

Food & Drink

  • Broder Café
  • Barnes & Noble
  • Doug Fir Lounge
  • Deschutes Brewery Portland
  • Le Bistro Montage

Shopping & Grocers

  • Pioneer Place
  • Lloyd Center
  • Target
  • Voodoo Doughnut
  • Fred Meyer
Recreation and entertainment near TwentyTwenty Apartments in Portland, Oregon

Recreation & Entertainment

  • Portland Art Museum
  • Regal Lloyd Center & IMAX
  • Moda Center
  • Holladay Park
  • Lan Su Chinese Garden

Explore Northeast Portland, Oregon

TwentyTwenty Apartments stands at the edge of a beautiful and historic residential neighborhood and is walking distance to the developing mixed‐use Lloyd District, as well as the bustling NE Broadway corridor and the burgeoning NE Sandy district, providing residents with easy access to groceries and goods, restaurants, bars, entertainment, boutique shopping, fitness, and various other services.

TwentyTwenty Apartments also is near Holladay Park, a four-acre park acquired by the city in the year 1870. The park features a fountain, paved paths, picnic tables, and public art.