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327 Apartments for rent in Five Corners, WA

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Van Mall North
9009 NE 54th St
Five Corners, WA | Walnut Grove
1 Bedroom
$1,394
844 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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3 Bedrooms
$1,828
1507 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 04:35 AM
Welcome to Van Mall North in Vancouver, Washington! We offer a quiet and elegant-style community that is close to shopping, restaurants, entertainment, Orchard's Park and major freeways.
1 Unit Available
10509 NE 63rd Street
10509 NE 63rd St
Five Corners, WA
3 Bedrooms
$1,750
1689 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
Wonderful 3br 2.5ba townhome in Orchards with Yard Maintenance Included! - We are pleased to offer this lovely Orchards townhouse for rent, available in early December 2020. This home offers 1,689 sq.ft.
1 Unit Available
6918 NE 107th Ave.
6918 Northeast 107th Avenue
Five Corners, WA
3 Bedrooms
$1,850
1524 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
Nice 3 Bedroom Ranch Home in the 5 Corners Area! - Nice ranch style 3 bedroom/2 bath home in the 5 CORNERS area offers a living room, a large family room, patio, large fenced yard and garage. Shopping centers and restaurants are nearby.
1 Unit Available
10006 NE 67th St
10006 Northeast 67th Street
Five Corners, WA
3 Bedrooms
$1,795
1619 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:35 AM
10006 NE 67th St Available 12/16/20 Beautiful Single Level Home in Mapletree for Rent on Large Lot - 10006 NE 67th St - Beautiful single level home for rent in the Mapletree area of Vancouver, available in mid December 2020.
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6 Units Available
Cedar House
6811 NE 121st Ave
Orchards, WA
1 Bedroom
$1,115
675 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,341
675 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated December 4 at 04:35 AM
We are temporarily ceasing in-person tours with prospective residents. Virtual tours are available. Call us today for more information! Welcome home to Cedar House Apartments, an oasis of relaxed comfort nestled on the northeast side of the city.
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11 Units Available
Brookside 112
4619 NE 112th Ave
Vancouver, WA | North Image
1 Bedroom
$1,170
622 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,517
874 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,486
1020 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 04:35 AM
Well-manicured grounds with walking paths, mature trees, and quaint courtyards. Close to Image Elementary School and Westfield Shopping Center, and around 15 minutes from Downtown Portland.
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3 Units Available
The Woodlands
7700 NE 72nd Ave
Vancouver, WA | Walnut Grove
1 Bedroom
$1,361
875 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated December 4 at 04:35 AM
Across the street from Club Green Meadows. Also close to Westfield Vancouver mall. One- and two-bedroom townhomes and loft-style apartments with direct-access garages. On-site TV lounge, outdoor swimming pool, fitness center and hot tub.
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1 Unit Available
Union Park
11803 NE 124th Ave
Vancouver, WA | Pleasant Valley
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$1,450
915 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated December 4 at 04:35 AM
Oversized closets, ample storage space, and stainless steel appliances in kitchens define these comfortable homes, located close to NatureScaping Wildlife Botanical Gardens. Community amenities include a fitness center, a clubhouse, and a swimming pool.
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14 Units Available
Silver Oak
8701 NE 54th St
Vancouver, WA | Walnut Grove
1 Bedroom
$1,133
917 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,402
1050 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,559
1050 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 04:35 AM
Stylish, spacious Vancouver apartments with renovated interiors and luxury on-site amenities. Westfield Vancouver Mall and Orchards Community Park are minutes away, and the city center can be reached via WA 500.
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8 Units Available
Rock Creek Commons
11800 NE 124th Ave
Vancouver, WA
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$1,341
923 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated December 4 at 03:34 AM
Big windows and modern kitchens. Recently renovated with air conditioning and walk-in closets. Close to Columbia River Gorge. Community has basketball court and clubhouse. Garage parking available.
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1 Unit Available
Fairview Court
4000 NE 109th Ave
Vancouver, WA | Kevanna Park
Studio
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1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$1,435
985 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 12:40 AM
Welcome to Fairview Court, where you will immerse yourself in style and comfort at our new modern community located in the Kevanna Park neighborhood of Vancouver Washington.
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4 Units Available
Highland Crossing Apartments
11806 NE 122nd Ave
Brush Prairie, WA
1 Bedroom
$1,200
645 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,575
1028 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated December 4 at 12:20 AM
Conveniently located just minutes from Vancouver Mall, Clark College and the Columbia River. One-, two- and three-bedroom air conditioned apartments with in-unit washers and dryers.
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7 Units Available
North Glen Villas
7101 NE 109th St
Barberton, WA
1 Bedroom
$1,295
649 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,450
1000 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,790
1306 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 12:12 AM
Located north of Padden Parkway and the mall in a quiet area. On-site amenities include a clubhouse, fitness area and business center. Each home features designer kitchens, 9-foot ceilings and designer cabinets.
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Corporate Woods
4821 Northeast 110th Avenue
Vancouver, WA | Kevanna Park
Studio
$925
400 sqft
1 Bedroom
$1,050
900 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,290
1020 sqft
Last updated September 17 at 09:07 PM
You cannot beat this beautiful, newly renovated 2 bedroom apartment coming available in our cozy community! This bright and open floor plan makes relaxing at home very easy with 1020 sq. ft.
1 Unit Available
10101 NE 51st Avenue
10101 Northeast 51st Avenue
Walnut Grove, WA | Pleasant Valley
3 Bedrooms
$2,395
2072 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
3BD 2000+ Sq Ft Ranch on a Huge Lot! Beautifully Updated- Check this one out! - This huge ranch style home isn't going to last- at over 2,000 square feet of single level living, you'll love this great floor plan and renovations in the home.
1 Unit Available
5515 NE 82nd Avenue 32
5515 Northeast 82nd Avenue
Vancouver, WA | Walnut Grove
1 Bedroom
$1,150
577 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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3 Bedrooms
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Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
Cozy Ground Floor 1 Bedroom Apartment - This nice 1 bedroom unit on the ground floor features a large bedroom, gas fireplace, new flooring throughout with carpet in the bedroom. Excellent location near shopping and restaurants.
1 Unit Available
10918 NE 122nd Place
10918 Northeast 122nd Place
Orchards, WA
5 Bedrooms
$2,595
2491 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
5 Bedroom 3 bath with fenced back yard - For a private tour or additional information email rentals@dovepropertymanagement.
1 Unit Available
9915 NE 53rd Ave
9915 Northeast 53rd Avenue
Walnut Grove, WA | Pleasant Valley
3 Bedrooms
$1,850
1682 sqft
Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
3BD Ranch Style Home - Available to view now! Approx. 1682 sq. ft. Built in 1992. Formal living and dining rooms, wood burning fireplace in family room.
1 Unit Available
5264 NE 121st Avenue, Unit #287
5264 Northeast 121st Avenue
Vancouver, WA | North Image
2 Bedrooms
$1,395
901 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated December 3 at 11:36 AM
SPACIOUS 2BD Condo in Orchards! Lots of Storage, Great Layout With a Garage! - This won't last long! This 2BD/2BA condo is located at One Lake Place- a desirable Orchards community! Just off SR-500, this community has easy access to I-205, and
1 Unit Available
5413 NE 89th Avenue Unit A
5413 Northeast 89th Avenue
Vancouver, WA | Walnut Grove
2 Bedrooms
$1,395
1000 sqft
Last updated April 4 at 11:14 AM
Beautiful 2 Master Bedrooms Townhome Near Vancouver Mall - This wonderful newly remodeled Townhome includes two master bedrooms (with attached bathrooms) located upstairs. The main living space downstairs has wood laminate flooring.
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13 Units Available
Hearth
16516 Southeast Mill Plain Boulevard
Vancouver, WA | Bennington
1 Bedroom
$1,507
762 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,641
1152 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$2,213
1381 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 04:36 AM
Embrace classic comfort and contemporary style at Hearth Apartment Homes. Our collection of refined 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments and townhomes offer you a place to rest, relax, and have a little fun.
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28 Units Available
The Pointe
3708 NE 109th Ave
Vancouver, WA | Kevanna Park
1 Bedroom
$1,251
661 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,371
874 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,830
1116 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 04:35 AM
Come home to The Pointe Apartments in Vancouver, WA. Our recently remodeled apartment homes are enhanced with new flooring, upscale lighting and lavishly upgraded kitchen packages.
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1 Unit Available
Somerset Terrace
13607 SE 19th St
Vancouver, WA | Cascade Park
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$1,525
995 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated December 4 at 04:35 AM
Now leasing newly renovated 1, 2- and 3-bedroom floor plans in Vancouver’s Cascade Park neighborhood. We believe that where you live should make you feel good. That your home should be comfortable, easy and convenient.
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4 Units Available
Avenue 66
4721 Northeast 66th Avenue
Vancouver, WA | Walnut Grove
1 Bedroom
$1,200
824 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,350
901 sqft
Last updated December 4 at 04:35 AM
Avenue 66 Apartments are located in the Minnehaha Neighborhood, within minutes of downtown Vancouver, Washington. Our quaint, gated community offers 1 and 2 bedroom apartments, a 24 Hour Fitness Center, a Business Center and Clubhouse.
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Apartment Rentals in Five Corners start at $1,750/month.
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While some Five Corners properties may not allow visitors at this time, most are open for business by phone or email. Please reach out to them directly for virtual touring options. Additionally, some properties may offer video and 3D tours, which can be found on the listing details page.
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around Five Corners. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Oregon Health & Science University, Clark College, Concordia University-Portland, Portland State University, and Reed College.
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City Guide

Five Corners
"A quiet community tucked away in the NE Vancouver area, Five Corners is an ideal departure into the suburban Pacific Northwest, while being a stone's throw from the coffee houses, rustic bookstores and microbreweries of the greater Portland area."
"A quiet community tucked away in the NE Vancouver area, Five Corners is an ideal departure into the suburban Pacific Northwest, while being a stone's throw from the coffee houses, rustic bookstores and microbreweries of the greater Portland area."

Five Corners is a suburb of Vancouver, WA, home to over 18,000 people. Like many of the suburbs of the greater Vancouver area, Five Corners is blessed by a mild, temperate climate and close proximity to the great outdoors. Accessible via the War Veterans Memorial Freeway, or I-205, which runs a loop from Portland to Vancouver, Five Corners is easily within commuting distance of all the sites and attractions of Clark County and the Portland-Vancouver metropolitan area.

Moving to Five Corners

For those desiring affordable, comfortable living with metropolitan amenities just within reach, Five Corners can be the perfect slice of Pacific Northwest heaven. Being within commuting distance to the larger cities of Portland and Vancouver means that Five Corners residents can realize a greater value living here -- especially if working for companies and businesses in those larger, adjacent cities.

When searching for your Five Corners property, come equipped with copies of your ID, letters of reference, a credit report and a blank check so that you can secure your spot immediately.

Moving to Five Corners
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For those desiring affordable, comfortable living with metropolitan amenities just within reach, Five Corners can be the perfect slice of Pacific Northwest heaven. Being within commuting distance to the larger cities of Portland and Vancouver means that Five Corners residents can realize a greater value living here -- especially if working for companies and businesses in those larger, adjacent cities.

When searching for your Five Corners property, come equipped with copies of your ID, letters of reference, a credit report and a blank check so that you can secure your spot immediately.

Neighborhoods in Five Corners

Places to rent in Five Corners range from generously apportioned apartment units to newer, single family homes. While neighborhoods don't really exist in Five Corners, certain complexes have their own distinct feels.

NorthGlen Villas: Those searching for a luxury apartment unit can opt for the attractively maintained NorthGlen Villas -- a garden-style community that offers quiet, convenient country living. Three-, two- and one-bedroom apartments for rent can be had affordably here.

Reflections at the Park: Venturing further to the northeast end of Five Corners, one can find Reflections at the Park -- a stylish, family-oriented complex featuring an abundance of community amenities such as a sparkling pool, playground and 24-hour exercise studio.

Cascada Village: Located at 9600 NE 73rd Street, Cascadia Village is a 51-unit complex offering studio units up to four bedroom apartments. The complex's nine buildings are situated around two landscaped courtyards, featuring play structures, bike racks and park-bench seating.

Orchard Glen: For close proximity to Orchards Park, Five Corners' main public recreational facility and park, one may consider Orchard Glen -- a community featuring one- to four-bedroom units, each equipped with a washer/dryer and fireplace for comfortable living and entertaining. Though finding an all-utilities-paid apartment in Five Corners might prove challenging, many complexes such as Orchard Glen provide some utilities free of charge to residents. Furthermore, many provide extra amenities such as free Internet access and usage of club facilities.

Jackie's Landing: Although house rent options around Five Corners mostly consist of newer single-family homes as well as older constructions (with most areas seeing newer and older homes intermingled), brand-new communities such as Jackie's Landing can be found in the northeast corner of the suburb.

Neighborhoods in Five Corners
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Places to rent in Five Corners range from generously apportioned apartment units to newer, single family homes. While neighborhoods don't really exist in Five Corners, certain complexes have their own distinct feels.

NorthGlen Villas: Those searching for a luxury apartment unit can opt for the attractively maintained NorthGlen Villas -- a garden-style community that offers quiet, convenient country living. Three-, two- and one-bedroom apartments for rent can be had affordably here.

Reflections at the Park: Venturing further to the northeast end of Five Corners, one can find Reflections at the Park -- a stylish, family-oriented complex featuring an abundance of community amenities such as a sparkling pool, playground and 24-hour exercise studio.

Cascada Village: Located at 9600 NE 73rd Street, Cascadia Village is a 51-unit complex offering studio units up to four bedroom apartments. The complex's nine buildings are situated around two landscaped courtyards, featuring play structures, bike racks and park-bench seating.

Orchard Glen: For close proximity to Orchards Park, Five Corners' main public recreational facility and park, one may consider Orchard Glen -- a community featuring one- to four-bedroom units, each equipped with a washer/dryer and fireplace for comfortable living and entertaining. Though finding an all-utilities-paid apartment in Five Corners might prove challenging, many complexes such as Orchard Glen provide some utilities free of charge to residents. Furthermore, many provide extra amenities such as free Internet access and usage of club facilities.

Jackie's Landing: Although house rent options around Five Corners mostly consist of newer single-family homes as well as older constructions (with most areas seeing newer and older homes intermingled), brand-new communities such as Jackie's Landing can be found in the northeast corner of the suburb.

Living In Five Corners

Medical services and facilities in the immediate area include Legacy Salmon Creek Medical Center and PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center -- both less than 10 miles away in neighboring Vancouver. The latter is a full-service, 450-bed community hospital and boasts the busiest emergency room north of San Francisco on the West Coast. Its birth center is also the second busiest obstetrics unit in the Portland metropolitan area.

Main thoroughfares include NE Padden Parkway, bisecting Five Corners east-west, and NE 117th Avenue, forming the eastern border of the suburb running north-south. Many convenient retail establishments are located just east of the I-205 near the northeast corner of Five Corners. Familiar names such as Costco, The Home Depot and Starbucks can be found in this vicinity.

With an average walk score of 26, residents of Five Corners tend to bike, drive or take advantage of the public bus service that traverses the surrounding communities. The C-TRAN is the main public transportation authority, providing extended bus services in and around Five Corners -- connecting the suburb to the rest of Clark County. Express commuter services are available during weekday morning and evening hours to downtown Vancouver and Portland, giving commuters access to businesses and employment opportunities in the Portland-Vancouver metropolitan area.

The main open-air recreational area is Orchards Park, a 33-acre wooded expanse covering a substantial portion of Five Corners' southern half. Open from 7 a.m. to dusk, the park features a variety of amenities, including areas and shelters for outdoor events and barbecuing, walking trails and paths, open lawn and covered areas for games and recreational activities, and active play areas. Weekend afternoons can be spent hiking on the park trails and paths, picnicking under a canopy of trees or playing a game of horseshoes in one of the three provided pits. On Thursdays and Saturdays, "larping," or live action role playing, is popular among local residents. A lovely rose garden is also located on the grounds of the park, courtesy of the local East Vancouver Rotary Club.

Due to the close proximity of the major surrounding cities, getting to other venues is a breeze if one wishes to venture beyond Five Corners. With Vancouver just 3.7 miles away, local attractions such as the Clark County Historical Museum, Pearson Air Museum, Fort Vancouver National Historic Site, Portland Art Museum and the Oregon Zoo are all within reach. For shopping and entertainment, the Westfield Vancouver Mall houses over 155 stores, a wide range of dining options to suit every taste and the Cinetopia -- a 23-screen movie theater featuring the latest Hollywood hits.

Venturing 11.5 miles further south, entertainment and dining options expand immensely as one enters Portland city limits, along with world-famous attractions such as the Japanese and Chinese Gardens, the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry and the St. Johns Bridge. The Willamette River passes through downtown Portland and subsequently plays host to a broad range of aquatic and boating activities. A multitude of parks, such as the Lewis and Clark State Recreation site in nearby Troutdale, allow residents of the Portland-Vancouver metropolitan area to enjoy the natural splendors of the Pacific Northwest.

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Medical services and facilities in the immediate area include Legacy Salmon Creek Medical Center and PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center -- both less than 10 miles away in neighboring Vancouver. The latter is a full-service, 450-bed community hospital and boasts the busiest emergency room north of San Francisco on the West Coast. Its birth center is also the second busiest obstetrics unit in the Portland metropolitan area.

Main thoroughfares include NE Padden Parkway, bisecting Five Corners east-west, and NE 117th Avenue, forming the eastern border of the suburb running north-south. Many convenient retail establishments are located just east of the I-205 near the northeast corner of Five Corners. Familiar names such as Costco, The Home Depot and Starbucks can be found in this vicinity.

With an average walk score of 26, residents of Five Corners tend to bike, drive or take advantage of the public bus service that traverses the surrounding communities. The C-TRAN is the main public transportation authority, providing extended bus services in and around Five Corners -- connecting the suburb to the rest of Clark County. Express commuter services are available during weekday morning and evening hours to downtown Vancouver and Portland, giving commuters access to businesses and employment opportunities in the Portland-Vancouver metropolitan area.

The main open-air recreational area is Orchards Park, a 33-acre wooded expanse covering a substantial portion of Five Corners' southern half. Open from 7 a.m. to dusk, the park features a variety of amenities, including areas and shelters for outdoor events and barbecuing, walking trails and paths, open lawn and covered areas for games and recreational activities, and active play areas. Weekend afternoons can be spent hiking on the park trails and paths, picnicking under a canopy of trees or playing a game of horseshoes in one of the three provided pits. On Thursdays and Saturdays, "larping," or live action role playing, is popular among local residents. A lovely rose garden is also located on the grounds of the park, courtesy of the local East Vancouver Rotary Club.

Due to the close proximity of the major surrounding cities, getting to other venues is a breeze if one wishes to venture beyond Five Corners. With Vancouver just 3.7 miles away, local attractions such as the Clark County Historical Museum, Pearson Air Museum, Fort Vancouver National Historic Site, Portland Art Museum and the Oregon Zoo are all within reach. For shopping and entertainment, the Westfield Vancouver Mall houses over 155 stores, a wide range of dining options to suit every taste and the Cinetopia -- a 23-screen movie theater featuring the latest Hollywood hits.

Venturing 11.5 miles further south, entertainment and dining options expand immensely as one enters Portland city limits, along with world-famous attractions such as the Japanese and Chinese Gardens, the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry and the St. Johns Bridge. The Willamette River passes through downtown Portland and subsequently plays host to a broad range of aquatic and boating activities. A multitude of parks, such as the Lewis and Clark State Recreation site in nearby Troutdale, allow residents of the Portland-Vancouver metropolitan area to enjoy the natural splendors of the Pacific Northwest.

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City Guide

Five Corners
"A quiet community tucked away in the NE Vancouver area, Five Corners is an ideal departure into the suburban Pacific Northwest, while being a stone's throw from the coffee houses, rustic bookstores and microbreweries of the greater Portland area."
"A quiet community tucked away in the NE Vancouver area, Five Corners is an ideal departure into the suburban Pacific Northwest, while being a stone's throw from the coffee houses, rustic bookstores and microbreweries of the greater Portland area."

Five Corners is a suburb of Vancouver, WA, home to over 18,000 people. Like many of the suburbs of the greater Vancouver area, Five Corners is blessed by a mild, temperate climate and close proximity to the great outdoors. Accessible via the War Veterans Memorial Freeway, or I-205, which runs a loop from Portland to Vancouver, Five Corners is easily within commuting distance of all the sites and attractions of Clark County and the Portland-Vancouver metropolitan area.

Moving to Five Corners

For those desiring affordable, comfortable living with metropolitan amenities just within reach, Five Corners can be the perfect slice of Pacific Northwest heaven. Being within commuting distance to the larger cities of Portland and Vancouver means that Five Corners residents can realize a greater value living here -- especially if working for companies and businesses in those larger, adjacent cities.

When searching for your Five Corners property, come equipped with copies of your ID, letters of reference, a credit report and a blank check so that you can secure your spot immediately.

Moving to Five Corners
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For those desiring affordable, comfortable living with metropolitan amenities just within reach, Five Corners can be the perfect slice of Pacific Northwest heaven. Being within commuting distance to the larger cities of Portland and Vancouver means that Five Corners residents can realize a greater value living here -- especially if working for companies and businesses in those larger, adjacent cities.

When searching for your Five Corners property, come equipped with copies of your ID, letters of reference, a credit report and a blank check so that you can secure your spot immediately.

Neighborhoods in Five Corners

Places to rent in Five Corners range from generously apportioned apartment units to newer, single family homes. While neighborhoods don't really exist in Five Corners, certain complexes have their own distinct feels.

NorthGlen Villas: Those searching for a luxury apartment unit can opt for the attractively maintained NorthGlen Villas -- a garden-style community that offers quiet, convenient country living. Three-, two- and one-bedroom apartments for rent can be had affordably here.

Reflections at the Park: Venturing further to the northeast end of Five Corners, one can find Reflections at the Park -- a stylish, family-oriented complex featuring an abundance of community amenities such as a sparkling pool, playground and 24-hour exercise studio.

Cascada Village: Located at 9600 NE 73rd Street, Cascadia Village is a 51-unit complex offering studio units up to four bedroom apartments. The complex's nine buildings are situated around two landscaped courtyards, featuring play structures, bike racks and park-bench seating.

Orchard Glen: For close proximity to Orchards Park, Five Corners' main public recreational facility and park, one may consider Orchard Glen -- a community featuring one- to four-bedroom units, each equipped with a washer/dryer and fireplace for comfortable living and entertaining. Though finding an all-utilities-paid apartment in Five Corners might prove challenging, many complexes such as Orchard Glen provide some utilities free of charge to residents. Furthermore, many provide extra amenities such as free Internet access and usage of club facilities.

Jackie's Landing: Although house rent options around Five Corners mostly consist of newer single-family homes as well as older constructions (with most areas seeing newer and older homes intermingled), brand-new communities such as Jackie's Landing can be found in the northeast corner of the suburb.

Neighborhoods in Five Corners
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Places to rent in Five Corners range from generously apportioned apartment units to newer, single family homes. While neighborhoods don't really exist in Five Corners, certain complexes have their own distinct feels.

NorthGlen Villas: Those searching for a luxury apartment unit can opt for the attractively maintained NorthGlen Villas -- a garden-style community that offers quiet, convenient country living. Three-, two- and one-bedroom apartments for rent can be had affordably here.

Reflections at the Park: Venturing further to the northeast end of Five Corners, one can find Reflections at the Park -- a stylish, family-oriented complex featuring an abundance of community amenities such as a sparkling pool, playground and 24-hour exercise studio.

Cascada Village: Located at 9600 NE 73rd Street, Cascadia Village is a 51-unit complex offering studio units up to four bedroom apartments. The complex's nine buildings are situated around two landscaped courtyards, featuring play structures, bike racks and park-bench seating.

Orchard Glen: For close proximity to Orchards Park, Five Corners' main public recreational facility and park, one may consider Orchard Glen -- a community featuring one- to four-bedroom units, each equipped with a washer/dryer and fireplace for comfortable living and entertaining. Though finding an all-utilities-paid apartment in Five Corners might prove challenging, many complexes such as Orchard Glen provide some utilities free of charge to residents. Furthermore, many provide extra amenities such as free Internet access and usage of club facilities.

Jackie's Landing: Although house rent options around Five Corners mostly consist of newer single-family homes as well as older constructions (with most areas seeing newer and older homes intermingled), brand-new communities such as Jackie's Landing can be found in the northeast corner of the suburb.

Living In Five Corners

Medical services and facilities in the immediate area include Legacy Salmon Creek Medical Center and PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center -- both less than 10 miles away in neighboring Vancouver. The latter is a full-service, 450-bed community hospital and boasts the busiest emergency room north of San Francisco on the West Coast. Its birth center is also the second busiest obstetrics unit in the Portland metropolitan area.

Main thoroughfares include NE Padden Parkway, bisecting Five Corners east-west, and NE 117th Avenue, forming the eastern border of the suburb running north-south. Many convenient retail establishments are located just east of the I-205 near the northeast corner of Five Corners. Familiar names such as Costco, The Home Depot and Starbucks can be found in this vicinity.

With an average walk score of 26, residents of Five Corners tend to bike, drive or take advantage of the public bus service that traverses the surrounding communities. The C-TRAN is the main public transportation authority, providing extended bus services in and around Five Corners -- connecting the suburb to the rest of Clark County. Express commuter services are available during weekday morning and evening hours to downtown Vancouver and Portland, giving commuters access to businesses and employment opportunities in the Portland-Vancouver metropolitan area.

The main open-air recreational area is Orchards Park, a 33-acre wooded expanse covering a substantial portion of Five Corners' southern half. Open from 7 a.m. to dusk, the park features a variety of amenities, including areas and shelters for outdoor events and barbecuing, walking trails and paths, open lawn and covered areas for games and recreational activities, and active play areas. Weekend afternoons can be spent hiking on the park trails and paths, picnicking under a canopy of trees or playing a game of horseshoes in one of the three provided pits. On Thursdays and Saturdays, "larping," or live action role playing, is popular among local residents. A lovely rose garden is also located on the grounds of the park, courtesy of the local East Vancouver Rotary Club.

Due to the close proximity of the major surrounding cities, getting to other venues is a breeze if one wishes to venture beyond Five Corners. With Vancouver just 3.7 miles away, local attractions such as the Clark County Historical Museum, Pearson Air Museum, Fort Vancouver National Historic Site, Portland Art Museum and the Oregon Zoo are all within reach. For shopping and entertainment, the Westfield Vancouver Mall houses over 155 stores, a wide range of dining options to suit every taste and the Cinetopia -- a 23-screen movie theater featuring the latest Hollywood hits.

Venturing 11.5 miles further south, entertainment and dining options expand immensely as one enters Portland city limits, along with world-famous attractions such as the Japanese and Chinese Gardens, the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry and the St. Johns Bridge. The Willamette River passes through downtown Portland and subsequently plays host to a broad range of aquatic and boating activities. A multitude of parks, such as the Lewis and Clark State Recreation site in nearby Troutdale, allow residents of the Portland-Vancouver metropolitan area to enjoy the natural splendors of the Pacific Northwest.

Living In Five Corners
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Medical services and facilities in the immediate area include Legacy Salmon Creek Medical Center and PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center -- both less than 10 miles away in neighboring Vancouver. The latter is a full-service, 450-bed community hospital and boasts the busiest emergency room north of San Francisco on the West Coast. Its birth center is also the second busiest obstetrics unit in the Portland metropolitan area.

Main thoroughfares include NE Padden Parkway, bisecting Five Corners east-west, and NE 117th Avenue, forming the eastern border of the suburb running north-south. Many convenient retail establishments are located just east of the I-205 near the northeast corner of Five Corners. Familiar names such as Costco, The Home Depot and Starbucks can be found in this vicinity.

With an average walk score of 26, residents of Five Corners tend to bike, drive or take advantage of the public bus service that traverses the surrounding communities. The C-TRAN is the main public transportation authority, providing extended bus services in and around Five Corners -- connecting the suburb to the rest of Clark County. Express commuter services are available during weekday morning and evening hours to downtown Vancouver and Portland, giving commuters access to businesses and employment opportunities in the Portland-Vancouver metropolitan area.

The main open-air recreational area is Orchards Park, a 33-acre wooded expanse covering a substantial portion of Five Corners' southern half. Open from 7 a.m. to dusk, the park features a variety of amenities, including areas and shelters for outdoor events and barbecuing, walking trails and paths, open lawn and covered areas for games and recreational activities, and active play areas. Weekend afternoons can be spent hiking on the park trails and paths, picnicking under a canopy of trees or playing a game of horseshoes in one of the three provided pits. On Thursdays and Saturdays, "larping," or live action role playing, is popular among local residents. A lovely rose garden is also located on the grounds of the park, courtesy of the local East Vancouver Rotary Club.

Due to the close proximity of the major surrounding cities, getting to other venues is a breeze if one wishes to venture beyond Five Corners. With Vancouver just 3.7 miles away, local attractions such as the Clark County Historical Museum, Pearson Air Museum, Fort Vancouver National Historic Site, Portland Art Museum and the Oregon Zoo are all within reach. For shopping and entertainment, the Westfield Vancouver Mall houses over 155 stores, a wide range of dining options to suit every taste and the Cinetopia -- a 23-screen movie theater featuring the latest Hollywood hits.

Venturing 11.5 miles further south, entertainment and dining options expand immensely as one enters Portland city limits, along with world-famous attractions such as the Japanese and Chinese Gardens, the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry and the St. Johns Bridge. The Willamette River passes through downtown Portland and subsequently plays host to a broad range of aquatic and boating activities. A multitude of parks, such as the Lewis and Clark State Recreation site in nearby Troutdale, allow residents of the Portland-Vancouver metropolitan area to enjoy the natural splendors of the Pacific Northwest.