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The walkable retail stretches of historic Sellwood-Moreland evoke a bygone era, and have enough surprises to turn anyone into a collector.
With Lloyd Center’s 150+ stores, and more shops on Northeast Broadway, the Lloyd District offers a bounty of shopping options close to downtown.
Tucked within a dense residential enclave, the shops of Division and Clinton streets offer some of the city's most authentic souvenirs.
The many independent retailers of North Mississippi and Williams avenues reflect Portland's eclectic tastes and DIY ethic.
The walkable Pearl District houses national retailers and local favorites, from a vast independent bookstore to stylish boutiques.
In Northwest Portland, century-old Victorian and Craftsman-style storefronts housing unique boutiques stand alongside national retailers.
If you're looking to load up on made-in-Portland souvenirs, unusual artwork and Northwest heritage home goods, look no further than Old Town Chinatown.
Downtown Portland boasts a wide array of shopping options, from major national and international retailers to locally owned boutiques and specialty shops.
These companies churn out consistently cool made-in-Portland products, from fashionable swimwear and accessories to leather goods and lighting.