The Pearl District carries its history in its name. The inner Northwest area surrounding the train station was populated mostly by European immigrants crowded together among factories and massive warehouses. As the legend goes, Portland’s art scene flourished. Galleries opened everywhere. If you looked beyond the grime and loading docks, you’d find pearls of creativity. My how things have changed. It is the epicenter of Portland dining and expensive condos. Don't worry, there are still art galleries everywhere. And an Art Walk with fancy snacks and wine provided by those galleries every first Thursday of the month. The community has leaned into making beautiful public spaces, walkable roads, and high-density living their priorities.
"This is the only town I feel safe enough to eat out of a random truck on the side of the road or in an abandoned parking lot."
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