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Pioneer Place, Portland

(4/5 based on 60+ reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • They got some good stores here but lots of sketchy people walking around. Druggies and vagrants and people who feel like they would be easy to set off. Be careful.  more »
  • Not many shops. I just shopped at VS and J.Crew. It is just okay if you don't have much time and need to look around in a hurry. But would not recommend this place for people who are ready to spend mo...  more »
  • I absolutely love downtown Portland - I look forward to going there multiple times a year. The people watching, entertainment and shopping at Pioneer Place is amazing. The homeless population which ha...  more »
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  • I have mixed feelings about this place. On one hand it's an architectural wonder being a full mall 4 blocks big in a downtown urban area. Once you get inside it is like any other suburban mall with all the amenities and food and shopping you want on multiple stories. On the other hand being downtown is horrible cause parking and anything other than mass transit or bike will be super annoying to deal with. I spend most of my time trying to find a parking space and just getting to the mall. It certainly isn't my first choice for a mall but it is tacky cool to go to once in a great while when I want to deal with getting there.
  • Convenient parking with most stores offering parking validation if you buy something. The food court is pretty standard. Lots of turnover on stores over the past few years. Closes earlier than you'd expect, but it's in downtown so it makes sense.
  • This place used to have many more stores than it currently does. Including the food court. I don't think we will go again. Unless it's to the sports Store. We got a great deals in there off the clearance rack.
  • I have always liked coming here for the busy atmosphere. Diverse amount of stores and restaurants. There is most likely something for everyone.
  • This is an indoor mall with lots of small chain and independent stores, but Macy's is the only big department store. If you find yourself to be a tourist and it is raining, which is does lot in this area, you cna spend day browsing and possibly finding souvenirs. The mall is several buildings connected via tunnels and bridges and it is easy to get turned around and lose your way. I am away re of there beign any parking for this mall at all.