At Home in Portland

Living in Northwest Heights places you near everything you love most about Portland, Oregon. Embrace the outdoors and close proximity to recreational landmarks like Forest Park and The Oregon Zoo while still living close enough to downtown to enjoy a bevy of arts and entertainment options.

Our upscale and inviting apartment community boasts a location minutes from the restaurants, shops, and services of Timberland Town Center. Take an exercise class at Orangetheory Fitness and then shop for locally grown organic produce at Market of Choice. Forest Park provides the perfect opportunity to explore beautiful Oregon forests, and may even become a favorite retreat for you and your canine companion.


  • Market of Choice
  • Natural Market
  • Safeway
  • Market of Choice
  • Natural Market


  • Ava Roasteria
  • Skyline Restaurant
  • Pizzicato Pizza
  • Taste of Casablanca
  • Blu Olive Mediterranean Bistro


  • Intel Corporation
  • Nike Portland
  • Daimler Trucks North America
  • Precision Castparts Corp
  • Boeing


  • West Sylvan Middle School
  • Forest Park Elementary School
  • Portland Community College
  • West Sylvan Middle School

Easily Accessible Neighborhood

When you call Sofi at Forest Heights home, it’s easy to enjoy convenient access to major local employers like Nike and Intel.

With Highways 26 and 30 close by, you benefit from a simple commute into work or easy access to adventures that await along these major thoroughfares. Hop on the highway and cruise out to the Oregon Coast to spend time catching waves in Pacific City or dining at delicious seafood restaurants in Seaside. Back home, we’re close to great local schools like Forest Park Elementary, West Sylvan Middle School, and Lincoln High School. Pick up groceries at Market of Choice or Safeway, then return home to relax and explore the neighborhood on foot.

Get to know more about our Portland apartments for rent by visiting our Floor Plans page.

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