NorthWest Crossing

An interconnected trail and sidewalk system encourages residents to walk and bike to work and school. 

Welcome to NorthWest Crossing

Tight-knit and charming, this walkable neighborhood offers a true community feel.
Featuring charming, tree-lined streets and welcoming front porches, this 486-acre neighborhood boasts a bustling town center with award-winning restaurants, several public schools and 50 acres of parks. Built partially on a Ponderosa pine tree farm and designed based on the principals of new urbanism, an architectural philosophy that emphasizes pedestrian-friendly neighborhoods integrated with commercial and retail businesses, NorthWest Crossing, colloquially referred to as NWX, contains a mix of single-family homes and cottages as well as well-appointed apartments and townhomes. 

Green building practices are strictly enforced in this community — every home in the neighborhood is required to be Earth Advantage Certified, and two retail buildings in the commercial district were among the first in the state to receive the LEED-CS Silver designation. An interconnected trail and sidewalk system encourages residents to walk and bike to work and school. 

Nearly 90 businesses call NorthWest Crossing home and represent everything from manufacturing and medical to professional services and retail. And ample greenspace allows for plenty of outdoor recreation.

What to Love

  • The tree-lined streets and welcoming front porches
  • A bustling town center that is filled with restaurants, businesses and several public schools
  • An extremely pedestrian-friendly existence 

Local Lifestyle

NWX is a mix of young families and older generations looking to settle down after a lifetime in the city. Extremely environmentally friendly and community-minded, this area has been called a “great place to live, work and play.”

Dining, Entertainment, and Shopping

NorthWest Crossing offers a range of eateries and posh grocery stores. At West Coast Provisions, a modern-day general store, you’ll find a curated selection of groceries, wine, beer, prepared foods, and unique home goods and gifts, with a particular focus on products from Oregon and surrounding states. 

At Sparrow Bakery, a lively, family-friendly bakery for breakfast and lunch, residents flock to order the Ocean Rolls, made from buttery croissant dough and sprinkled with cardamom, vanilla, and sugar.  

And at Washington, which serves classic, nostalgic dishes — think double cheeseburgers, crispy chicken sandwiches, and grilled fish tacos — you’ll also find plenty of sustainable seafood and salads plus a unique bento box-style kids menu.

Things to Do

Compass Park, NWX’s uniquely circular-shaped green space, offers five acres of naturally preserved landscape and is home to the annual outdoor cinema series Munch & Movies, which takes place each summer.

A seasonal Farmers Market is also a highlight of the NWX social calendar. Here you’ll find a bounty of seasonal produce, locally-raised meats, fresh eggs and cheese, handmade items, beautiful flowers, tasty morsels, and more every Saturday.


NorthWest Crossing offers two public schools — Summit High and High Lakes Elementary — right in the neighborhood and has another elementary, William E. Miller Elementary, and middle school, Pacific Crest Middle School, located nearby. Several private schools and educational-based businesses also serve the community and focus on providing quality education to the next generation.
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