CorelDraw Map Portland Maine US

Portland, Maine, is a vibrant city with several neighborhoods and districts, each offering a unique blend of character and amenities. Here’s an overview of some of the prominent neighborhoods and districts in Portland:

  1. Downtown Portland:
    • Old Port District: This historic waterfront area is known for its cobblestone streets, charming brick buildings, and a bustling nightlife. It’s home to numerous restaurants, boutiques, and art galleries.
    • Arts District: Located adjacent to Old Port, this area is a hub for cultural activities, including art galleries, theaters, and museums. It’s a haven for artists and art enthusiasts.
  2. East End:
    • Munjoy Hill: This neighborhood offers stunning views of Casco Bay and the Portland Observatory. It’s known for its local shops, parks, and a strong sense of community.
  3. West End:
    • Western Promenade: The Western Promenade is a picturesque area with tree-lined streets and historic homes. It’s a quieter part of the city with easy access to green spaces.
  4. Bayside:
    • This up-and-coming area is experiencing significant redevelopment. It’s close to the Portland Transportation Center and offers a mix of residential and commercial spaces.
  5. Deering Center:
    • Located in the western part of the city, Deering Center is a predominantly residential area with tree-lined streets and parks. It’s known for its community feel and excellent schools.
  6. Rosemont:
    • Rosemont is a suburban-style neighborhood with a mix of residential properties and local businesses. It’s a family-friendly area with several parks and schools.
  7. North Deering:
    • This residential neighborhood is located to the north of the city center. It’s known for its quiet, suburban atmosphere and proximity to nature preserves like Presumpscot River Preserve.
  8. Stroudwater:
    • Stroudwater is a quiet and historic neighborhood with a rural feel. It’s known for its green spaces and proximity to the Portland International Jetport.
  9. Libbytown:
    • Libbytown is located near the Western Promenade and the Thompson’s Point area. It’s a mix of residential and commercial spaces, with easy access to downtown and I-295.
  10. Woodfords Corner:
    • Situated at the intersection of several neighborhoods, Woodfords Corner is known for its diverse community and local businesses, including restaurants, shops, and cafes.

These are some of the most well-known neighborhoods and districts in Portland, Maine. Each has its unique charm and appeals to different demographics and lifestyles. Whether you’re looking for a historic and lively urban experience or a quieter suburban setting, Portland offers a variety of options for residents and visitors alike.

Author: Kirill Shrayber, Ph.D.

I have been working with vector cartography for over 25 years, including GPS, GIS, Adobe Illustrator and other professional cartographic software.

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