Lloyd

The Lloyd Neighborhood is named after Ralph B. Lloyd a California native, came to Portland in 1907. He saw huge potential in Portland and decided that the Eastside of the Willamette should be the center of the city. After moving back to California and striking oil on his family ranch, he started invested money into Eastside. He used his new fortune to purchase the undeveloped Holladay’s Additions and 170 lots in Sullivan’s Gulch.  Even after his death, Mr. Lloyd’s family continued to build his dream.

Though the Lloyd district never became the center of Portland. Today it is still considered by many residents as City Center, especially with location in this neighborhood of the Moda Center, Memorial Coliseum, Oregon Convention center, Lloyd Center mall, and as the Trimet max stations epicenter.  Most of the properties in this neighborhood including Garden Style Properties, Condos, Townhouses, bungalows and cottages.

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Lloyd District Neighborhood Info
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HOMES FOR SALE IN LLOYD*

 

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ADDITIONAL NORTHEAST PORTLAND NEIGHBORHOODS

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