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Community Amenities

- Pet Friendly
- Access Controlled Building
- Community Room and Sky Deck
- On-Site Laundry Facilities
- Ample Bicycle Storage
- LEED Gold Construction
- On-site Management
- Fitness Gym
- Elevators
- Access to Public Transportation
- Max Green Line
- Trimet Bus Service
- 24 Hour Emergency Maintenance
Oliver Station Apartments Night Exposure - Lents Neighborhood Portland Oregon

See What Lents Has To Offer

Lents is a transportation hub for the Portland region. Interstate 205 and three of Portland’s important arterials—Powell Boulevard, Foster Road and 82nd Avenue—pass through the neighborhood, as well as the MAX Green Line and the Springwater Trail pedestrian and bike trail.

Nearby Parks and Restaurants

Lincoln Memorial Park Cemetery (1909)
Lents Park (1914)
Bloomington Park (1940)
Glenwood Park (1941)
Lents Community Garden (1976)
Ed Benedict Park (1986)
Earl Boyles Park (1986)
Springwater Corridor Trail
Tenino Property (1994)
Beggars Tick Natural Area
Zenger Property
I-205 Bike Path

Neighborhood Walkability Score

5990 Southeast 92nd Avenue

Very Walkable

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One and Two Bedroom Floor Plans

Sustainability and Green Living

Oliver Station was designed and built under the US Green Building Council's LEED for Homes Rating System with a gold certification target. Our goal is to build a community that has a lower impact on the environment with focus on reducing energy usage over the long term benefiting the environment and your utility budget. 

Water Efficiency

Oliver Station's landscaping irrigation system is designed to keep our plants green while using less water. Our indoor plumbing fixtures are highly efficient and designed to provide the water you need without wasting this important resources down the drain.

Bus and Max Line Access

Easy access to bus lines #10, #14 and #73 and one block from the Lents Green Line Max Station.

Materials and Resources

The materials selected for the construction of Oliver Station and the way they are disposed of reduce the impact of the environment. During construction a comprehensive waste reducing and recycling materials program was implemented and carefully carried out. Carefully selecting and disposing of materials is an important part of building's environmental, health, and social responsibility. 

Green Commute

With secure bike parking and bike maintenance stations, bike commuting on the I-205 multi-use path is safe and convenient. Oliver Station also provides reserved parking for low-emitting vehicles and provides charging stations for electric vehicles.

Energy and Atmosphere 

Oliver Station was designed and constructed from the most energy efficient and environmentally friendly materials and labor. 

Indoor Environmental Quality

Oliver Station was constructed to allow for excellent natural light, exceptional indoor air quality and breathtaking views.

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