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NIKE Area | Homes for Sale Around NIKE World Campus


The Nike World Headquarters located in Beaverton, Oregon is home to more than 7,000 employees, featuring a beautiful campus and a healthy environment encouraging an active, fulfilling lifestyle for all employees and their families. While situated for easy access to all that the city of Portland has to offer, Beaverton is a metropolis in its own right, and a current annexation plan is in place which will make Beaverton the second largest city in the state, with all of the resources, dining, shopping, and real estate opportunities of a good-sized city. Don't be fooled by Beaverton's high tech reputation, because although the area is a national leader in technological industry, the city truly has a small community atmosphere making it a perfect environment in which to grow families and careers.

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The Nike, Inc. headquarters are located on an unincorporated area inside, but excluded from, Beaverton city limits.

Beaverton is located only 7 miles west of Portland and just a little over an hour drive from the coast, mountain skiing, the Gorge and acres of the best of the many Willamette Valley Vineyards. Residents enjoy easy access to a well planned transportation network and have the privilege of being situated near two major highways

Located in Washington county, the Beaverton area is known as the "Silicon Forest" and has grown into a thriving economy supporting more than 4,500 companies... some 300 of those companies are high technology and are the leading employers in the county.  More than half of the manufacturing jobs in the region are in technology, and NIKE is a leading employer in the Northwest.


The neighborhoods that surround the NIKE World Campus are a varied, rich selection of the best of Oregon. Currently, the City of Beaverton has eleven recognized Neighborhood Association Committees (NACs). Participation in a NAC is open to anyone who lives, works, owns a business, or represents an institution or non-profit organization within the boundaries of the NAC.

Although the Pacific Northwest is known for wet winters, you’ll be surprised to know that Beaverton averages only 36 inches of rain per year - which is less than Baltimore, Maryland with 41 inches and Miami, Florida with 56 inches.

Families in Beaverton are served by the Beaverton School District, the third largest district in Oregon. With enrollment of over 35,000 students in 46 schools, the Beaverton School District proves its high standards repeatedly in standardized tests. Students of all ages enjoy a low student-to-teacher ratio, averaging 25 students to each teacher.

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Beaverton is layered in lush forests, rivers, wetlands, rolling hills and carefully manicured streets; the city itself encompasses almost 100 parks with a near 1,000 acres.  With miles of hiking trails and bike paths sprinkled throughout the area there is a park located well within a mile of every Beaverton home.

  • Beaverton Farmer’s Market: The Beaverton Farmers Market has been recognized as one of the best Farmers Markets in the West by both Sunset and Country Gardens magazines. The Beaverton Farmers Market is an old-fashioned, unique outdoor market experience bursting with the colors and tastes of the season.
  • Flicks by the Fountain: a free outdoor movie series that is held in Beaverton City Park (across the street from the Beaverton City Library). Every August movies are shown on an inflatable movie screen that measures approximately 50 wide by 30 feet tall.

  • Oregon Zoo: One of the best zoos in the country, and the oldest zoo west of the Mississippi, the Oregon Zoo is home to hundred of animals, plant species, and fantastic exhibits. During the summer the zoo is host to a concert series, and in the winter produces a holiday light show viewed from the train.

  • Cooper Mountain Vineyards: Cooper Mountain Vineyards was the first U.S. winery to gain label approval for a no-sulfite-added wine under the new National Organic Program standards in 2002. The “Made with 100% Organic & Biodynamic® Grapes” certification is proudly displayed on their labels and they are more than happy to share their story.
  • Portland Children’s Museum: located in Portland's Washington Park, adjacent to the Oregon Zoo. Founded in 1946, Portland Children's Museum is the sixth oldest children's museum in the world and the oldest West of the Mississippi. The 50,000 sq. ft. Museum receives over a quarter of a million visits from children and their families every year. The Museum uses cognitive science and child development research to inform environments and programs that promote healthy cognitive, social, emotional and physical development. The Museum's myriad exhibits, including Water Works, The Dorothea Lensch Play-it-Again Theatre, Building Bridgetown and the Baby's Garden,along with the Museum's art studios, The Clay Studio, The Wonder Corner and The Garage encourage playful inquiry, cultivate creative expression and help children learn how to learn.
  • Tualatin Hills Park and Recreation District encompassing Beaverton serves approximately 200,000 residents in Washington County. It provides 200 parks spread over 1,600 acres with 30 miles of hiking trails and a 25-mile bike path network. Two "must see" trail destinations include the 219-acre Tualatin Hills Nature Park and historic Jenkins Estate on Cooper Mountain. 


Residents of the NIKE area have immediate access to the best of Downtown Portland, but local areas of Beaverton are quickly rising in recognition of high quality restaurants. Beaverton is incredible diverse, and you can see the rich culinary traditions in the high-quality ethnic restaurants around Beaverton, as well as great spots specializing in Northwest cuisine.

The Stockpot Broile

Ponzi Vineyards



Abhiruchi South & North Indian Cuisine


Jang Choong Dong Wang Jok Bal


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