Where Can I Find Shopping Malls in Portland Oregon?

There are some great malls in the Portland, Oregon area!

Sometimes, you just need to shop or hang out at the mall. Here's a rundown of the Portland area's major malls and shopping centers.

Pioneer Place
A downtown mall filled with upscale stores, many of which you can't find elsewhere in Portland. There's also a movie theater on the top floor and a nice food court on the lower level. Look for local restaurants including a sushi bar, cajun grill, and chocolate cafe.


Department/Anchor stores: H&M, Apple, and Microsoft are all on site, though Saks 5th Avenue closed its retail store in 2010.

700 SW Fifth Ave​.
Downtown Portland
(503) 228-5800

Lloyd Center
Oregon’s largest mall, featuring an indoor ice skating rink, food court, and movie theater. The Lloyd Center is undergoing a major upgrade, as is the ice rink; check to be sure everything you're interested in seeing is open when you want to go. On a side note, the ice skating rink was the spot where Olympian Tonya Harding trained; Harding, of course, is notorious for her not-so-savory behavior during the Olympic competitions.

Department/Anchor stores: Sears, Macy's, Marshalls.

Lloyd Center is in the Irvington neighborhood in NE Portland. The address is:
2201 Lloyd Ctr.
(503) 282-2511

How to get there from downtown:
Take the Burnside, Morrison or Hawthorne bridge across the river and turn left onto Grand Ave. Take Grand all the way to NE Multnomah and turn right.

Lloyd Center is five blocks up on the left.

Washington Square Mall
This huge modern mall with 170 specialty shops and restaurants, is outside the city of Portland. It was completely remodeled in 2005 and retains a sense of modern opulence. The mall boasts no fewer than five anchor stores both inside the main structure and outside in a plaza called Washington Square Too.

Worth the drive if you're really in the mood for an evening at the mall (especially since the Washington Square Transit Center is right in the mall, so there's no need to drive unless you want to!).

Department/Anchor stores: Sears, Nordstrom, Macy's, JC Penney, Dick's Sporting Goods


Washington Square is located south of downtown Portland. It takes about 15 - 20 minutes to drive there from downtown. Alternatively, bus routes go directly to the mall.
9585 SW Washington Square Rd.
Portland, OR 97223

How to get there from downtown:
Take I-5 S toward Salem. Take the OR-99W exit (294) toward Tigard / Newberg. Take a slight right onto SW Barbur Blvd / OR-99W / Pacific Hwy. Follow OR-99W / PACIFIC HWY W and merge onto 217 N toward Beaverton / Sunset Highway. Take the Greenburg Rd (exit 5) toward Metzger. Turn right onto SW Greenburg Rd. Turn Left onto SW Washington Square Rd. End at 9585 SW Washington Square Rd.

Bridgeport Village
Bridgeport Village describes itself as "an exclusive mix of local, regional and national shops unlike any other shopping experience in Oregon." This is really the case: it's a unique combination of typical mall shops like Crate and Barrel and one-of-a-kind boutiques.

Restaurants range from the mundane (California Pizza) to the unique (Native Foods plant-based cuisine).

More significantly,  Bridgeport Village also offers fitness programs such as yoga a Lululemon, spas, and a wide range of events such as farmers markets, food fairs, and fashion happenings. In addition, you can attend cooking demonstrations, tastings, take in an Imax film, or enjoy a first run movie at the 18-screen movie theater.

Bridgeport Village is a few miles south of downtown Portland in Tigard, OR.
7455 SW Bridgeport Rd.
Tigard, OR 97224-7252

How to get there from downtown:
Take I-5 south to exit 290. Turn right onto Lower Boones Ferry Road (which turns into Bridgeport Rd). Drive straight through intersection of Lower Boone Ferry Road and SW 72nd Avenue. Turn right into Bridgeport Village's main entrance.

Jantzen Beach Center This former amusement park was completely renovated starting in 2012, and has added a number of new shops such as TJ Maxx, Panera Bread, and Target.  It’s home to many big-box retail stores such as Home Depot, Target, and Circuit City.

Janzten Beach is about 15 minutes north of downtown Portland, near the Washington border. 1405 Jantzen Beach Center
Portland, Oregon 97217

How to get there from downtown:

Take I-5 North to exit 308. Follow signs for Jantzen Beach SuperCenter.

Clackamas Town Center
Just a few minutes south of Portland, this suburban mall has everything you’d expect. Also nearby is the Clackamas Promenade shopping center, with Target, Old Navy, and Nordstrom Rack.

This shopping center has a bit of history behind it; a major renovation and expansion completed in 2007 added 40 stores and restaurants as well as a 20-screen movie theater, tranquility ponds, and other upgrades.

Transportation is easy, as there is a MAX Light Rail station at the mall.  You can also make use of the Clackamas Town Center Transit Center station, which is the southern end of the Green Line.  

Department/Anchor stores:
Sears, Nordstrom, Macy's, JC Penney

Clackamas Town Center is east of downtown Portland, about 15 minutes away from downtown.
12000 SE 82nd Ave.
Portland, OR 97266
(503) 653-6913

How to get there from downtown:
I-84 East to I-205 South to Sunnyside Rd. Exit #14. There’s a turn-off for Clackamas Town Center.

Columbia Gorge Premium Outlets
This is the closest outlet mall to Portland. Bargain hunters will enjoy marked down merchandise at stores like Adidas, Carter's, Coach & Coach Men's, Eddie Bauer Outlet, G. H. Bass & Company, Gap Outlet, Harry & David, Loft Outlet, Pendleton, Samsonite, Tommy Hilfiger, and Van Heusen. Another perk is the special events offered at different times of the year; moms with young children may want to take advantage of the Tuesday morning "Adventure Club"  

Do check out the website for sales and coupons at many of the outlets!

450 NW 257th Way
Troutdale, OR 97060
(503) 669-8060

How to get there from downtown:
Take I-5 N to I-84E to Exit 17.

Woodburn Company Stores
This ever-growing outlet mall is north of Salem and features 110 stores including Adidas, Banana Republic, Chicos, Disney Gap, Nike, The North Face, and more. The designers have done a lot to make this an "experience" rather than just a shopping destination: you'll find skylight-covered walkways, Northwest architecture and landscaping as well as occasional fashion events. The "Deals" tab on their website gives you a quick overview of the best deals of the day.  It takes about 30 to 40 minutes to get there from Portland.

How to get there from downtown:
Take I-5 South to the Woodburn exit 271 / Hwy 214. Turn right at the signal. Turn right again at Arney Road.