There’s something different going on in Hillsboro.
It’s a growing community that lets you embrace your authentic self.
The 28 acres of the Reed’s Crossing Greenway—which runs right through the heart of the community—offer more than open space. The Greenway creates habitat that invites indigenous birds and other species to share your neighborhood. Select homes open right onto this inspiring space.
Playdates, picnics, workouts, community events, and more will all be happening in the system of parks, pavilions, and plazas that can be found along the Reed’s Crossing Greenway.
The Reed’s Crossing Greenway helps promote a healthy water cycle by capturing and filtering storm water before it reenters the water system at nearby
The Reed’s Crossing Greenway is a space for learning about our place in the local ecosystem. An outdoor classroom and Discovery Zone will be focal points for a STEAM learning program.
Stay in when you go out. The proposed Reed’s Crossing Town Center is planned to bring shopping, dining, entertainment, and a vibrant way of living day and night right into your community. There are plans to have places to get groceries, meet up for coffee, go out for a drink, or even see a doctor. Along the way, you’ll experience the way the landscaping and streetscapes of Reed’s Crossing knit the Town Center and the residential neighborhoods into one cohesive fabric. If living in or near a place full of life is on your wish list, Reed’s Crossing is a perfect fit.
In 1871, two of Portland’s most prominent figures, Simeon Reed and William Ladd, partnered in creating a “test farm” in the fertile corner of Oregon’s Willamette Valley where Reed’s Crossing now sits. They tested new types of crops to improve the work and productivity of farmers. Today, Hillsboro is known more for computer chips than wheat, but the passion for cultivating meaningful progress and the deep connection to the land that Mr. Reed and Mr. Ladd shared lives on at Reed’s Crossing.