The Eastport Plaza located in SE Portland, Oregon opened during September of 1960 on twenty-two acres with 293K space available to lease in the mall. Ten blocks to the west of Interstate 205 it is easy to get the Eastport Plaza simply take Powell or Foster Boulevard and follow the directions on the signs. During 1989 the Izzy's was built in an independent building and in 1991 the plaza got a Taco Bell.
Management of the Eastport Plaza was taken over by MMI Realty services during 1995. For the next year the company would work with Portland in order to obtain the permits and variances they required in order to rebuild and expand the plaza with a plan for forty acres. In 1997 an independent building housed an Albertson's, and Buildings A through C were finished along with the relocation of tenants to the buildings. The Wal-Mart building reached completion during 1998.
The years between 1996 and 2006 were spent phasing out the previously enclosed mall, renovating and building new buildings. The relocation of old tenants and setting up new tenants in Eastport Plaza was done during this time as well. Izzy's was remodeled during 2008 upgrading existing features and adding additional features.
Eastport Plaza provides merchants with the ability to recycle easily by ensuring that they are taking advantage of all the programs that Portland has for recycling. The landscapes at the plaza are all friendly to the green concept. All spills at the facilities are removed and disposed of in an appropriate manner that is as safe as possible. Even the maintenance vehicles and maintaining of the floors are kept as green as possible at Eastport Plaza.
General Merchandise can be purchased from the Dollar Tree or Joann's Super Store in the plaza while Avenue Plus and Wal-Mart offer clothing and a variety of other items. There are seven choices for dining or just having a snack at the plaza depending on what you are in the mood for there is everything from tacos to Japanese food.
Eastport Plaza offers shops the chance to get a haircut, work out or get a dental checkout all in one place. The Willamette Dental or Providence Family Medical allows you to take care of your medical or dental needs when you are done with your shopping for the day. The Eastport Plaza also has a number of military recruiting offices in addition to the Portland Police Station among the public services that it offers.
Bank of America and H&R Block allow visitors to Eastport Plaza Mall to take care of banking and tax preparation needs in one convenient location. The plaza allows visitors to walk under a covered roof shielding them from the elements as they travel between stores. The deck of the mall allows visitors to have a peaceful view of a number of plants while sitting on any of the benches provided. The Eastport Plaza has enough parking for 2100 vehicles that is close to the stores themselves.
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