This photo verifies it and gives a nice overall view of the plant, the 28th Avenue viaduct, and the surrounding neighborhood. City of Portland Archives. I decided to walk past this area last night.
Tasty memories: 97 long-gone Portland restaurants we wish were still around. Restaurants are special places. We celebrate milestones like birthdays and anniversaries there.
Darling Gardener's paradise! Ask your broker for edible plants list, too many to list! Main level bedrooms are huge!
House of Vintage Portland is a collective of over 60 dealers within our 13, sq ft store. Each of our dealers rent a space within the store and fill it with all of their own inventory. We specialize in vintage ss clothing, shoes and accessories.
It operated on a portion of the MAX light rail system, and for a brief time also operated on the Portland Streetcar system, in downtown and nearby areas. For 18 of its 23 years, the service followed a 2. In Septemberthe route was changed to a 1.
The nine-story building the clock tower added another three stories to the prominent structure was built in Inthe newspaper moved to its present location; a full-block building bounded by Southwest Broadway, Sixth Ave, Jefferson and Columbia streets. The building was designed by Pietro Belluschi.
Recently stayed at the Vintage with my daughter. Staff was super friendly. Room was spacious and clean.
Vintage American Hats, and custom hate from Michael Gannon. Large vintage cowboy boot selection. Summer sandals. Designer names on many of the gently used leather bags, shoes, and boots, too.
Vintage hunting in Portland is a skill. Like many of our fun things—finding the right apartment, getting perfectly baked eggs, or, hell, a great third date—it requires patience and time. What a world!