A Cyclist's Dream

ecoFLATS sits on the busy N. Williams bike corridor and offers 20 indoor, secure bike parking spaces in its lobby. Its ground floor retail space is home to Hopworks Bike Bar, which has an additional 75 outdoor bike parking spaces, bike tools, and more bike-friendly amenities. The building also has two Zipcar spots and frequent TriMet bus service.

Net Zero Living

ecoFLATS is a net zero building, meaning it generates all of the energy consumed. Sustainable elements include a rooftop solar array, hydronic heating system, and a monitor in the lobby that displays each unit's energy usage.

Modern, Efficient Units

ecoFLATS' 1 and 2-bedroom homes are a showcase for contemporary design. With 10-foot ceilings, open floor plans and ample daylight from east and west facing windows, they are 60% more energy efficient than code requires. High-quality, sleek appliances qualify for the Energy Star rating.

Life on N. Williams

N. Williams is one of Portland's most desirable neighborhoods, with many amenities within walking distance. Local grocer New Seasons Market, "the friendliest store in town," recently opened a brand new store just three blocks away. Some of Portland's top local restaurants, including Tasty n Sons, Lincoln and Chop Charcuterie, are on N. Williams, and the Alberta and Mississippi districts are nearby.

Apply Now!

ecoFLATS, a net zero property focused on sustainability and efficiency, is now renting. Contact us at 503-267-4506, or click the link to the right to apply now.

Make your home at ecoFLATS, Portland’s premier sustainable apartment community in the desirable N. Williams neighborhood.

Built in 2011, ecoFLATS is a net zero property, meaning sustainable features in the building generate all of the energy it uses. Its 1- and 2-bedroom units are modern and open with plentiful natural light. Cyclists will appreciate the indoor bike storage and living on the N. Williams bike corridor, and the many public transit options. The vibrant, walkable neighborhood features a brand new New Seasons Market and some of Portland’s best restaurants.

Modern, Efficient Floor Plans

A Cyclist’s Dream

Trendy N. Williams Neighborhood