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Lloyd Center, Portland

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Lloyd Center is a shopping mall in the Lloyd District of Portland, Oregon, United States, just northeast of downtown. It is owned by Arrow Retail of Dallas. The mall features three floors of shopping with the third level serving mostly as professional office spaces, a food court, and U.S. Education Corporation's Carrington College. There are currently no anchors in the mall. There are vacant anchor spaces left by Macy's, Marshalls, Nordstrom, and Sears. Junior anchors include Barnes & Noble and Ross Dress for Less.
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  • Wow! Very odd to experience a once vibrant Mall gone ghost. Used to be so much noise and energy. They should get more activities like open active shops , laser tags, escape rooms, make a climbing gym and hold culinary classes here. It's a great location let's keep Portland active. It's a safe ❤️ place to get exercise and stay out of the cold. We have to rethink and keep it a gathering place.
  • Lloyd Center Is Definitely Closing Down / Selling The Whole Property To A Developer / Investor. I Heard It Was A Possibility And Talks Of It Are On The Table But So Many Of The Shops Are Closed And Not Re-Leasing....Definitely Going To Be Losing A Whole Other Piece Of Authentic Portland History.

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