Looking for things to do in the area?  We're just one stop in the up-and-coming neighborhood of Slabtown in NW Portland!

"Coined Slabtown in 1870 for a lumber mill on Northwest Northrup Street that cut trees into lumber, slabs. Once home to a lake and several marshes, Northwest Portland was filled-in in the early twentieth century with development continually changing the landscape. Today, Slabtown has shrunk in size to a handful of blocks, from Northwest Lovejoy Street to the south to the Willamette River in the north and Interstate 405 to the east, and sometimes as far west as the West Hills -but it depends on who you ask." 

-Katie Vaughan, Travel Portland


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