Shopping in Portland, Oregon: Shopping Malls & Boutiques
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In Portland, you’ll find everything you expect from big-city shopping — except the sales tax. Below, you’ll find overviews of some of the city’s main shopping districts, along with links to more neighborhood shopping suggestions.
In addition to department stores such as Nordstrom and Macy’s, downtown is home to a shopping center and a growing number of independent retailers.
Find cutting-edge art galleries, designer boutiques and the world’s largest independent bookstore in Portland’s Pearl District.
This district’s main streets (Northwest 23rd and 21st avenues) are packed with boutiques selling Portland-designed clothing and housewares.
In the eastside neighborhood near the Oregon Convention Center, you’ll find Oregon’s largest shopping center, as well as a range of independent boutiques on Northeast Broadway.
Portland’s signature DIY ethic thrives in this neighborhood’s galleries and boutiques.
This close-in North Portland street features stores specializing in clothing, art, music, gourmet food, comics, antiques and even light bulbs.
These southeast streets attract hippies and hipsters alike with vintage stores and boutiques plying fashionable clothes, shoes, books and gifts.
Check out additional neighborhood shopping maps from MapClicks.com:
Clackamas Town Center
Clackamas Town Center, a major shopping complex located 15 miles southeast of Portland, is connected to downtown by MAX light rail (Green Line). The mall was renovated in 2007, adding 250,000 square feet of retail space and a 20-screen movie theater.
12000 S.E. 82nd Ave., Happy Valley
Woodburn Company Stores is the largest tax-free outlet center in the West, just 30 minutes south of Portland. Find big-name brands and outlet savings at more than 85 stores, including Nike Factory Store, Columbia Sportswear and more.
1001 Arney Road, Woodburn; www.woodburncompanystores.com
Lake View Village is a collection of boutiques located just south of Portland in Lake Oswego. Browse shops like Urbane Zen, a purveyor of handmade bath items; casual chic apparel at CC McKenzie; and Pendleton Woolen Mills’ made-in-Oregon keepsakes. The shopping center is also home to several upscale restaurants.
315 First St., Lake Oswego (no website)
Bridgeport Village features a variety of upscale shops in an open-air setting.
7455 S.W. Bridgeport Road, Tigard; www.bridgeport-village.com
Washington Square Mall is home to national retailers such as Nordstrom and Sephora.
9585 S.W. Washington Square Road; www.shopwashingtonsquare.com
The Streets of Tanasbourne is a spacious shopping center boasting more than 50 stores.
19365 N.W. Cornell Road, Hillsboro; www.streetsoftanasbourne.com