South Waterfront: Buildings

Atwater Place

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Atwater Place is a 23-story building perched on the banks of the Willamette River in Portland's South Waterfront District. The tower houses 244 condominium units and was designed by local architect and artist Thomas Hacker.

Amenities include concierge service, community meeting room, outdoor plaza, luxury finishes and secured entries.

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There are 2 listings found for Atwater Place.

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$489,000

1 Bedroom , 1.1 Bathrooms, 1,201 Square Feet, 1 Parking Space
South Waterfront's premiere building, Atwater Place. Lovely courtyard-facing unit w/ premium finishes, incl Chestnut floors, 100% Wool carpet, Teak/Cherry cabinetry, Marble/Limestone counters. Deck off master bedroom faces expansive, beautifully landscaped courtyard. Big in-unit storage room. Large kitchen island w/ bar seating. Great master w/ huge walk-in closet, spacious en-suite bath, deck. Pre-wired for surround. Deeded parking.

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$875,000

2 Bedrooms , 3.0 Bathrooms, 2,331 Square Feet, 2 Parking Spaces
Enjoy a private street entry just steps from the Willamette river at South Waterfront, OHSU tram and the Streetcar. This sought after 2 story townhome with an open floor plan and premium stainless appliances. 12 ft ceilings, gas FP, den, huge utility room, 3 full bathrooms, plank floors & slab granite and a spacious private terrace.

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