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Shopping Centers, Malls & Markets

Clackamas Town Center

General Growth Properties and Clackamas Town Center announce a dramatic expansion that will add approximately 40 new stores and restaurants and a new 75,000 square-foot, 20-screen theater complex. Expansion to be completed in 2007.

12000 SE 82nd Avenue, Portland - (503) 653-6913

Lloyd Center

Oregonís largest mall, Lloyd Center houses a 17-restaurant food court, an 18-screen movie house and department stores. It's 200 stores surround an indoor ice rink. Lloyd Center is only seven minutes from downtown Portland, and you can ride the MAX for free!

2201 Lloyd Ctr, Portland, 97232 - (503) 282-2511

Multnomah Village

In Multnomah Village you'll find locally owned specialty shops, galleries, antiques, restaurants, spa services and much, much more. It's just a short drive south of downtown which leads into Multnomah's winding, cozy streets.

Pearl District
Hood River, Oregon

The Pearl is composed of 50 city blocks of industrial warehouses turned sleek loft apartments, cutting-edge art galleries and vibrant international restaurants.

Portland Saturday Market

Every Saturday and Sunday from March until December the Old Town/Chinatown neighborhood transforms into a thriving arts and crafts open-air marketplace.

All of the products sold on the site are handmade, with a committee of members who jury each new handcrafted product to assure that it meets a standard of quality. Items are still sold by the people who make them, giving the customers the chance to talk directly with the artisan about their craft and why artists choose to make their living at the market.

108 W Burnside St, Portland, 97209 - (503) 222-6072

Portland Farmers Market

Four urban green markets open April through December, serving up to 20,000 shoppers per week. This is a direct connection to over 250 vendors with deep roots in Oregon and Washington, including farms, nurseries, bakeries, meat and seafood providers, cheese makers, specialty foods producers.

Pioneer Place

four city blocks filled with shopping, dining and entertainment in Portland's retail core. In fact, it's all yours to explore. Add tax-free shopping, and you're certain to have the time of your life.

700 SW 5th Ave, Portland, 97204 - (503) 228-9294

Think Hawthorne

Situated across the Willamette River from downtown Think Hawthorn is home to funky shops, restaurants, cafes and pubs.

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