Whether you’re searching for a souvenir or a whole new wardrobe, there are a variety of options for some much needed retail therapy near the Larkspur Landing hotel in Hillsboro.
Art on Alberta
A vibrant enclave known for hosting the Last Thursday Art Walk, Northeast Alberta Street between 12th and 31st streets is an emerging multicultural hotspot.
From downtown, hop aboard a MAX light rail train for a jaunt across the Willamette River to Lloyd Center, where 200 stores wrap around an indoor ice rink. Oregon’s largest mall, Lloyd Center houses a 17-restaurant food court, an 18-screen movie house and department stores. Lloyd Center is only seven minutes from downtown Portland, and the ride on MAX is free.
Bridgeport Village is a European-style outdoor lifestyle center spanning 28.6 acres with nearly 500,000 square feet of retail, restaurant and theater space. Bridgeport Village has a unique blend of upscale national and local retailers, and is the exclusive Oregon location for several nationally-recognized retail shops and restaurants. A first-run 18 screen IMAX theater and bookstore round out the shopping possibilities.
Streets of Tanasbourne
The Streets of Tanasbourne offers open-air Main Street charm combined with shopping center convenience with more than 50 shops including Macy’s, REI, Gap, Banana Republic, Abercrombie & Fitch, Victoria’s Secret, Coldwater Creek, Chico’s, Ann Taylor Loft, Hollister, American Eagle and more. Dine at one of eight great restaurants including PF Chang’s China Bistro, Macaroni Grill and Buffalo Wild Wings. The shopping center is conveniently located between the Portland International Airport and the Oregon coast, just off the Sunset Highway.
Washington Square Mall
Washington Square offers uncompromising style and selection with five department stores, including Oregon’s largest Nordstrom, and more than 170 specialty stores. Enjoy tax-free shopping in a variety of stores and many dining options including a 10-restaurant food court. Additional amenities include family restrooms and nursing areas, a children’s play area, conveniently located stroller rental and a Guest Services Center. Print out a copy of this web listing and bring it with your out-of-town driver’s license to Guest Services for a complimentary Shopping & Dining Rewards coupon book full of savings at participating retailers and restaurants.
A short drive south of downtown leads into Multnomah’s winding, cozy streets. Antique shops, bookstores and cafes lend this village its relaxing vibe. A refreshing mix of galleries and specialty shops round out the experience.
Nob Hill/Northwest Portland
You can also find great shopping areas in the bustling Northwest/Nob Hill neighborhood, another of the city’s hippest hubs. Seemingly designed for people-watching, the main streets never fail to produce an eclectic mix of leather-clad Harley riders congregating outside Starbucks, immaculately dressed West Hills’ shoppers searching for imported linens, and boisterous Gen-Xers enjoying pizza and microbrews at sidewalk cafes.
Located just 5 minutes from downtown, experience a delightful array of unique shops, restaurants and personal services.
You can sample haute couture and hot cuisine in Portland’s Pearl District, which has quickly become the place to see and be seen. The Pearl is composed of 50 city blocks of industrial warehouses turned sleek loft apartments, cutting-edge art galleries and vibrant international restaurants.Though the neighborhood features outstanding brewpubs, delicious international cuisine and the world’s largest independent bookstore, the soul of the Pearl is in its galleries. Check them out on the first Thursday of every month, when most galleries stay open late to showcase the talents of new and established artists.
Located just three miles south of downtown Portland over the Sellwood Bridge, the Sellwood-Westmoreland neighborhoods are brimming with unique shops, delicious dining and great people watching. Our two adjacent historic neighborhoods make it easy to enjoy everything Sellwood-Westmoreland has to offer.