Bordered by NE Portland and Woodlawn, the Concordia neighborhood has seen a burst of activity in the last several years as commercial hot spots and home improvement have swept the area. With home styles ranging from quaint bungalows and ranches to spacious two stories and tudors, this neighborhood is one of Portland's most unique communities. A prime location to experience some of the cities most talked-about cooking, Concordia is home to many foodie joints that often boast lines out the door, including Pine State Biscuits, the Waffle Window, Salt & Straw, Podnah's Barbecue, La Taq, Stella Taco, Expatriate and the nationally renowned Beast. In addition to amazing meals, residents can count themselves lucky in the entertainment category with local establishments like McMenamins Kennedy School, an old elementary school converted into a leisure activity paradise with hotel rooms, soaking pools, art displays, shopping, restaurants, a movie theater and more than six bars spread across the property. Prefer your recreation in the outdoors? Stop by Alberta St on the last Thursday of every month for the aptly named Last Thursday Street Fair spanning 15 blocks and hosting all varieties or art, music and handmade trinkets. Education and grocery options are both highly-rated in this neighborhood with Concordia University and New Seasons Market nearby. With a reasonably situated median home price of $325,000 and top-notch local amenities, this unique neighborhood offers the best of both worlds.