Goose Hollow Tower & Plaza

Community-Centric Living: Forge Lifelong Connections at CHNW

1604 SW Clay Street
Portland, OR 97201

Mon-Fri: 10am-5pm
Sat & Sun: Closed

(503) 345-4111


Goose Hollow Tower has 16 floors and boasts breathtaking views of downtown Portland, Mt. Hood, and the West Hills. This housing complex is a newer development with features such as dishwashers, as well as patios and balconies in select floor plans.

Community Events
Pet Friendly
On-Site Laundry
Dedicated Parking
Controlled Access
Package Service

Welcome to Goose Hollow Tower & Plaza

Goose Hollow is College Housing Northwest’s largest property, located in a tree-lined, residential neighborhood.

Floor Plans

The Goose Hollow site includes both Goose Hollow Plaza and Goose Hollow Tower. Each building offers varying floor plans and amenities that are suitable for college students.

Goose Hollow Plaza | Two Bedroom

Goose Hollow Plaza | Two Bedroom

Goose Hollow Plaza | One Bedroom

Goose Hollow Tower | Studio

Goose Hollow Tower | Two Bedroom

Goose Hollow Tower | One Bedroom


The Neighborhood

Located within walking distance to Portland State University, local coffee shops, diverse cafes, and the Goose Hollow MAX station, living at Goose Hollow provides the ideal location for our residents.

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Have A Question?

Here are some of the most frequently asked questions. Don’t see the answer you’re looking for? Please don’t hesitate to contact us with questions you may have.

Our standard lease length is 12 months; however, alternate lease-length terms may be offered based upon availability and floor plan. Pricing may vary depending on lease length.

Application screening fees are currently $25 per applicant.

If you are approved you will need to pay a $150 holding deposit within 72 hours to secure the apartment. An additional $350 security deposit must also be paid by move in. You can pay this either by check, money order, credit/debit card, or through your online tenant portal.

All applicants must satisfy our student status requirement of being enrolled a minimum of halftime at a traditional college or university, an online school, or at a trade school. In addition, CHNW completes a screening that includes criminal background, credit history, and rental history. Since CHNW serves students who often may not have established credit or rental history, lacking either does not affect the outcome of the screening. CHNW’s rental criteria can be read in full here: Rental Criteria

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