John D. Kennedy Elementary School
Portland Historic Landmark
The main entry of Kennedy School in 2008.
Location in Portland.
|Location||5736 NE 33rd Avenue
|Area||4.22 acres (1.71 ha)|
|Architectural style||Renaissance Revival|
|NRHP Reference #||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.
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- Darby, Melissa Cole (December 15, 1987), National Register of Historic Places Registration Form: Kennedy, John D., Elementary School (PDF), retrieved October 8, 2013.