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  • Writer's pictureAriel Sasser

Welcome to Concordia: Where History Meets Community

Updated: May 16

Nestled between Alameda and Kelly neighborhoods, Concordia is a neighborhood that resonates with history and community spirit. Named after Concordia University, established in 1905, this area has evolved into a unique and vibrant enclave.

From Academia to Community Haven Concordia University, once a seminary, opened its doors to the public in 1977 before closing in 2020. Despite the university's closure, its legacy lives on in the tight-knit community that thrives here.

Vibrant Streets and Local Delights Killingsworth Street is the heartbeat of Concordia, lined with charming shops and eateries that promise a delightful Saturday afternoon experience.

The Kennedy School McMenamins: A Living Landmark

Don't miss the Kennedy School McMenamins, a transformed school turned into a hub of entertainment. With hotel rooms, restaurants, a movie theater, soaking room, and brewery, it's a unique fusion of history and modern leisure.

Restored Homes, Restored Charm Concordia's allure also lies in its restored historic homes, reflecting the neighborhood's commitment to preserving its heritage.

Discover Your Place in Concordia If you're drawn to a community that blends history with a contemporary vibe, Concordia offers a welcoming embrace. Join this neighborhood where echoes of the past harmonize with the present, creating an inviting and enriching environment for all.

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