10 Best Shopping Malls and Centers in and near Portland

Convenience, accessibility, and selection. Those are the perks of Portland, Oregon's best malls and shopping centers. You can get in and out quickly and see a ton of things. Loads of local shopping options include high-brow and low-brow stores, along with food offerings should you need a drink or a bite along the way.

Check out the wide variety available at places like Pioneer Place, Bridgeport Village or Washington Square Mall. Indoors or outdoors, there's a bounty to be had at any of Portland's malls.

The shopping opportunities do not stop at the malls. One of the best aspects of Portland are the fun shopping areas available throughout certain parts of town.

If your looking for something unusual and maybe even a little funky then head over to the Hawthorne District where you are sure to find just what your looking for.

If you want to spend a day bouncing in and out of cute little boutiques along a trendy street, head over to Portland's NW 23rd Street.

No matter what you are in the mood to shop for we have you covered. We feel confident that with our top 10 shopping list you will find just what you are looking for and have fun doing it. 



Northeast Alberta Street has become one of Portland's most funky and creative neighborhoods. Shops of handcrafted items and artsy boutiques mix with older stores and import goods like Green Bean Books the perfect children's bookstore, Digs...  Read More



Catering to hip professionals and trendy city denizens, this area is one of Portland's busiest. It features fashionable clothing and home store chains, including Eddie Bauer and Pottery Barn, Williams and Sonoma, and also includes a wealth of...  Read More

Pearl District – Northwest


In the early part of the 20th century, this area was dedicated to industry and commerce. In the last few decades, the original warehouses have been converted into art galleries, trendy restaurants, brewpubs, hip shops and boutiques. Pearl, named...  Read More



A diverse and inclusive neighborhood, Hawthorn is the kind of place a lot of people envision when they think of Portland. There is definitely a hippy, alternative, gay-friendly ethos in the area. This is reflected in the vintage clothing shops,...  Read More



Adorned with public art and fountains, this vibrant area is pedestrian-friendly and a center for shopping and business. Pioneer Courthouse Square is a focal point for the area, which features a mix of department stores including a massive Ross...  Read More

Woodburn Premium Outlets


Woodburn Company Stores is the largest tax free outlet mall in the western part of the United States and the largest outlet in the state of Oregon. The outlet is located off of I-5 in Woodburn, OR. It's around a 20 minute drive south from...  Read More



Oregon's largest mall is located in the busy Lloyd District neighborhood. Much of standard mall fare is found here, though with a slight urban edge. A large ice skating rink occupies the center swath of the two-story building's lower level....  Read More



Bridgeport Village is a lovely, sprawling outdoor mall that features a mix of local shops and nationwide retailers. Be sure to where your walking shoes, because there is a lot of places to visit here. At Bridgeport Village you can find popular...  Read More



Including four department stores, with one being the state's largest Nordstrom, Washington Square Mall draws patrons with its wealth of shopping opportunities and diverse merchandise. Over 170 specialty stores also call this landmark mall home....  Read More



Pioneer Place is located in the heart of downtown Portland near Pioneer Courthouse Square. This is downtown's primary shopping destination, spanning four city blocks and housing designer name brands and top quality dining and entertainment...  Read More


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