Cozy updated ground level studio with water, sewer and garbage paid in a commuter’s dream location! - Located in the pocket of I-205 and I-84 in the heart of the Parkrose community, Maywood Terrace boasts neighborhood charm and urban access. These studios are minutes from the Rocky Butte Natural Area, as well as downtown Portland and the Portland International Airport. They provide space and storage, updated flooring and on-site laundry, and an outdoor common area to enjoy community life.
- Updated flooring
- Large closets
- On-site laundry
- Outdoor common area
- 24-hour maintenance contact center
- Easy access to I-205 and I-84
- Portland International Airport
- Rocky Butte Natural Area
- The Grotto
- Roseway Theater
- Local shopping and dining
Weight restrictions: Dogs over 65 LBS are required to have Pet References (Landlord, Vet, Trainer, Doggy Daycare, etc.)
No Smoking community.
The Open Application Period for rental of the available Dwelling Units is 72 hours from the date and time of the posting of this advertisement: 04/29/2021
i. The number of Dwelling Units available __1 units available
ii. The range of bedrooms in the available Dwelling Units; __0 bedrooms to __ 0 bedrooms.
iii. The range of available Dwelling Unit sizes; _435_sq feet to _435_ sq feet
iv. The range of Rents for available Dwelling Units; $915 to $915
v. When the Landlord will begin to accept applications; 05/02/2021
vi. The Landlord’s Screening Criteria if the Landlord intends to charge a screening fee; - $55 per occupant over the age of 18.
vii. Which specific units, if any, are Accessible Dwelling Units. - None
• $55 application fee per person (18 years and older).
• Provide a valid picture ID.
Renter's Requirements Subject to City of Portland PCC 30.01.086:
• Deposit amount may vary and is determined by your previous rental & credit history.
• Deposit amount is required to be paid in full prior to move-in.
• Renter's insurance is required.
We screen for credit, criminal, eviction, employment, income minimums and current & past landlord references. Please ask for our disclosed screening criteria. We screen first come first served and honor fair housing guidelines. Co-signers not accepted.
Photos may be of a representative unit and may be from a previous period when a home was vacant. All applicants must view our homes to satisfy themselves as to the condition, layout, and other details that applicant may deem important. Information is deemed reliable and is not guaranteed.
This property is professionally managed by Regency Management, Inc. and is compliant with Fair Housing laws.
Statement of Applicant Rights and Responsibilities Notice
Required Under Portland City Code Title 30.01.086.C.3.C
Right to Request a Modification or Accommodation Notice
Required Under Portland City Code Title 30.01.086.C.3.B
Within the City of Portland, a landlord is required to include this notice with application forms
for the rental of a dwelling unit.
State and federal laws, including the Fair Housing Act, make it illegal for housing providers
to refuse to make reasonable accommodations and reasonable modifications for
individuals with disabilities. All persons with a disability have a right to request and be
provided a reasonable accommodation or modification at any time, from application
through to termination/eviction.
Some examples of reasonable accommodations include:
• Assigning an accessible parking space
• Transferring a tenant to a ground-floor unit
• Changing the rent payment schedule to accommodate when an individual
receives public benefits
• Allowing an applicant to submit a housing application via a different means
• Allowing an assistance animal in a "no pets" building. More information about
assistance animals is available here:
Some examples of reasonable modification include:
• Adding a grab bar to a tenant's bathroom
• Installing visual smoke alarm systems
• Installing a ramp to the front door
Under fair housing laws, a person with a disability is someone:
• With a physical or mental impairment that substantially limits one or more
major life activities of the individual;
• With a record of having a physical or mental impairment that substantially limits
one or more major life activities of the individual; or
• Who is regarded as having a physical or mental impairment that substantially
limits one or more major life activities.
Major life activities include, but are not limited to seeing, walking, reaching, lifting,
hearing, speaking, interacting with others, concentrating, learning, and caring for oneself.
Right to Request a Modification or Accommodation
Notice 30.01.086.C.3.B (Valid through March 2021)
A reasonable accommodation is a change or exception to a rule, policy, practice, or service
that may be necessary for a person with a disability to have an equal opportunity to use and
enjoy a dwelling. This includes public use and common spaces or fulfilling their program
obligations. Any change in the way things are customarily done that allows a person with a
disability to enjoy housing opportunities or to meet program requirements is a reasonable
All housing or programs are required to make reasonable accommodations. Housing
providers may not require persons with disabilities to pay extra fees or deposits or any other
special requirements as a condition of receiving a reasonable accommodation.
A reasonable modification is a structural change made to the premises in order to afford an
individual with a disability full enjoyment of the premises. Reasonable modifications can include
structural changes to interiors and exteriors of dwellings and to public use and common areas.
Under federal law, public housing agencies, other federally assisted housing providers, and state
or local government entities are required to provide and pay for structural modifications as
reasonable accommodations/modifications. For private housing, the person requesting the
reasonable modification will need to cover the costs of the modification.
Verification of Disability
In response to an accommodation or modification request and only when it is necessary to verify
that a person has a disability that is not known or apparent to the housing provider, they, can ask
an applicant/tenant to provide documentation from a qualified third party (professional), that
the applicant or tenant has a disability that results in one or more functional limitation. If the
disability-related need for the requested accommodation or modification is not known or
obvious, the housing provider can request documentation stating that the requested
accommodation or modification is necessary because of the disability, and that it will allow the
applicant/tenant access to the unit and any amenities or services included with the rental equally
to other tenants.
A housing provider cannot inquire into the nature or extent of a known or apparent disability or
require that an applicant or tenant release his or her medical records. Housing providers can
require that the verification come from a qualified professional, but they cannot require that it
be a medical doctor.
Nondiscrimination laws cover applicants and tenants with disabilities, as well as applicants
and tenants and without disabilities who live or are associated with individuals with
disabilities. These laws also prohibit housing providers from refusing to rent to persons with
disabilities, making discriminatory statements, and treating persons with disabilities less
favorably than other tenants because of their disability.
Right to Request a Modification or Accommodation
Notice 30.01.086.C.3.B (Valid through