Streetcars, Bars and Byways all within reach!
Creativity requires ease of access to resources and transportation and being in the heart of the Alphabet District provides just that. MUSE is located with convenient access to the highway, local shops and has amazing walkability. With a Walkscore of 94/100, transport score of 69/100 and bike score of 98/100, the possibilities are endless. Near the bustling neighborhoods of NW 23rd (Trendy-third) and the Pearl District, MUSE is just enough out of the way to be your sanctuary for both intimate and collaborative occasions.
GENERATE GREATNESSBeyond brewpubs and coffee houses, Portland is a conduit for collaboration, design-forward thinking and entrepreneurship. Indulge in Portland’s creative community that is right at your fingertips. The following spots are just a handful of the opportunities around you. Get your groove on, stuff your face in a book or just surround yourself with like-minded creatives. Being in the middle of it all never felt so good.
BodyVox a contemporary performance troupe and dance center
Gerding Theater at the Armory a space for performances, parties, meetings and community events
Bullseye Gallery a gallery that explores contemporary glass art
Tin House Books a quarterly literary magazine and writer’s resource center
Cinema 21 an independent movie theater featuring art house films
Design Week Portland a week-long exploration of the process, craft and practice of design across all disciplines
Creative Mornings a monthly lecture series for the creative community
Artists Repertory Theater a non-profit theater that features contemporary and classic plays
Laura Russo Gallery a contemporary gallery specializing in Pacific NW artists
PICA a non-profit that showcases experimental and alternative art
Portland Art Museum the oldest art museum in the Pacific NW