600 - 1040 NW Naito Parkway
McCormick Pier Apartments were built in 1982. Designed by SERA Architects, McCormick Pier was Portland’s first riverfront apartment community. In 2002, the complex was purchased by a Phoenix-based partnership and converted into condominiums.
The complex of buildings stretches on the west side of the Willamette River between the Steel and Broadway bridges. It sits on the west bank esplanade – a walking path that skirts the river on the east and west sides – leading directly to the 73-acre McCall Waterfront Park.
In the conversion, the 301 units were fitted with new windows; floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors; bathroom plumbing, faucets and tub enclosures; central air conditioning; new lighting; and wired for cable and broadband internet. Unit amenities include name brand appliances in addition to new kitchen cabinetry and countertops. Most units have large decks with river views. Building amenities feature a swimming pool, sun deck, hot tub with a river view, 28-slip marina, fitness center, indoor basketball court, riverside picnic tables and courtyards with outdoor fireplaces, barbecues and dining patios.
McCormick Pier is located in the Old Town Chinatown neighborhood, which is bordered by the Pearl District on the west and downtown on the south. It is near the light rail, Union Station and the best of Portland’s dining, shopping and arts.