John D. Kennedy Elementary School
Portland Historic Landmark
|Location||5736 NE 33rd Avenue|
|Area||4.22 acres (1.71 ha)|
|Architectural style||Renaissance Revival|
|NRHP reference No.||88003472|
|Added to NRHP||November 22, 1995|
The Kennedy School, originally the John D. Kennedy Elementary School, is a former elementary school that has been converted to a hotel, movie theater and dining establishment in northeast Portland, Oregon. The facility is operated by the McMenamins chain. The hotel has 35 guestrooms, a brewery, four bars, and a restaurant.
The school was built in 1915. The land for the school was sold by John Daniel Kennedy to the Portland School District in 1913. Ladies Home Journal praised the innovative, single-story architecture of the school.
By the 1990s, the school had been abandoned. McMenamins, the Portland-based hotel and pub group, bought the old building and funded a full renovation. Today, the Kennedy School functions as an event space with 57 classroom-turned-guestrooms with original chalkboards included. The old cafeteria has been converted into a courtyard restaurant, and the common areas now include a bar, gift shop, movie theater, brewery, and soaking tub. 
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