The pleasant neighborhood that begins east of the Sellwood Bridge was once a separate town. Annexed by Portland in the 1890s, it retains a modest charm and on weekends the stores along 13th Avenue do a brisk business. Many storefronts are identified by a plaque giving the date of construction and the original purpose of the building. The eclectic shopping choices here include local designers, toy and games stores, art supplies, food carts, antiques, and locally crafted
gifts, art and foods.
SE 13th Ave. between SE Malden and SE Clatsop Sts., Sellwood, Portland, Oregon, 97202, United States