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New and coming-soon businesses to Portland

As Portland continues to grow, we’re keeping an eye on upcoming developments and recently opened businesses.

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The below list of new businesses was up-to-date as of January 2024.

🗓️ Coming soon

Every time we look around, it seems like something new is popping up in Portland. Whether you’re looking for your next go-to brunch destination or a new public park to stretch your legs, we’re rounding up a few things coming soon to the City of Roses.


Hong Phat Supercenter, 4200 SE 82nd Ave. | As early as June 2024 | Portland’s fourth and largest location of the Asian grocery chain

Press Blocks, 1621 SW Taylor St. | Opening TBA | Mixed-use, two-building development with residential units, offices, commercial retail space, underground parking, and a public plaza

A rendering shows the new Hillsboro Hops stadium with fireworks over it.

The site for the new stadium currently contains three softball fields.

Rendering via Hillsboro Hops


Multnomah County Central Library, 801 SW 10th Ave. | Reopening winter 2023-24 | The second phase of renovations includes fresh paint, new carpet, accessibility improvements, and more

Hillsboro Hops ballpark, Gordon Faber Recreation Complex | Opening 2025 | A year-round entertainment venue able to host approx. 300 events per year


The Love Shack, 1645 NW 21st Ave. | January 2024 | A cocktail bar serving caviar, bubbly, brioche waffles, beach vibes, and 1950s sophistication from the owners of G-Love

Unnamed food cart pod, Northeast Fremont Street and 44th Avenue | Summer 2024 | Seven vendors will occupy the former Barrett Automotive site with development by DBS Group

A complex of buildings under construction with heavy equipment and vehicles parked in a muddy work area outside.

More than 200 workers are helping rebuild the Benson Polytechnic campus.

Photo via Portland Public Schools


Benson Polytechnic High School, 3905 SE 91st Ave. | Opening summer 2024 | Ongoing modernization renovations will make its buildings more sustainable, bright, and accessible

Multiple Pathways to Graduation, 3905 SE 91st Ave. | Opening fall 2024 | Will offer alternative education options on the Benson Polytechnic campus

A rendering shows the design for Darcelle XV Plaza.

Preliminary designs draw on the nearby Pink Triangle, where many of downtown Portland’s gay bars and clubs are located.

Rendering by NNA Landscape Architecture/Portland Parks & Recreation


Steel Bridge Skatepark, Old Town Chinatown | TBA | A 35,000-sqft skate park funded by $15 million in system development charges

Darcelle XV Plaza, Southwest Park Avenue and Washington Street | As early as fall 2024 | A public space replacing O’Bryant Square and named in honor of the late drag queen, Darcelle XV


Hello From Portland, Portland International Airport | As early as May 2024 | Portland-themed gift shop showcasing local BIPOC, women, and LGBTQ+ makers

Orox Leather Co., Portland International Airport | As early as May 2024 | Leather goods featuring Oaxacan craftsmanship and Portland flair

Paper Epiphanies, Portland International Airport | As early as May 2024 | Handmade cards designed by women, plus notebooks, zines, and art from local artists

Portland Gear, Portland International Airport | As early as May 2024 | Merchandise repping Portland pride, like locally printed T-shirts, caps, and backpacks


PCC Killingsworth, Cully neighborhood | Opening fall 2025 | An 84-unit affordable housing project run by Portland Community College

✅ Now open

If there’s one thing we love even more than looking ahead to the future, it’s enjoying the present at one of Portland’s newest spots. Check out this list of Rose City’s recently opened establishments.


The Midtown, 407 SW Broadway | January 2024 | The Art of Catering’s new 16,600-sqft event space with two rentable options inside the Union Bank building

Ritz-Carlton, 900 SW Washington St. | November 2023 | Luxury condos and Portland’s first five-star hotel

The Horizon Enterprise Building, 433 NW Fourth Ave. | June 2023 | Billed as “Portland’s first creative center for the BIPOC community”


The Judy Kafoury Center for Youth Arts, 1000 Broadway | April 2023 | A center for arts performances, education, and special events for all ages


Emmons Place, Alphabet Historic District | Fall 2023 | A 144-unit affordable housing facility prioritizing seniors, veterans, communities of color, people with disabilities, and unhoused individuals


Yaowarat is an ode to Bangkok’s Chinatown.

Photo by @yaowaratpdx


Nom Nom Wings, 524 NW 14th Ave. | January 2024 | A restaurant specializing in wings and small plates with Southeast Asian flavors

KAYA, 3003 NE Alberta St. | December 2023 | “A sexy little cocktail bar” with sneaker-shod servers, R&B music, game-night TV, and a black marble bartop with inventive drinks and innovative small plates

St. Francis Ice Cream, 4515 SE 63rd Ave. | December 2023 | An ice cream scoop shop offering dairy and vegan flavors

Cafe Ume, 524 NW 14th Ave. | December 2023 | A coffee shop serving coffee made with Vietnamese beans and specialty lattes with flavors like ube ca phe

Pasar, 3023 NE Alberta St. | November 2023 | A restaurant and bar serving small plates inspired by Indonesia’s open-air markets

La Palma, 7771 SW Capitol Hwy. | October 2023 | Mexican-inspired dining with agave-forward libations in Multnomah Village

Yaowarat, 7937 SE Stark St. | October 2023 | A restaurant from Akkapong Earl Ninsom of Langbaan, Hat Yai, Eem, and Phuket Cafe highlighting the flavors of Bangkok’s Chinatown


Sky Zone, 2990 NE Hogan Dr., Gresham | June 2023 | Oregon’s first Sky Zone trampoline park will feature foam block pits, ultimate dodgeball courts, and more

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Portland Gear’s flagship store recently moved deeper into the heart of downtown Portland.

Photo by @portlandgear


Portland Gear, 403 SW 10th Ave. | October 2023 | The Portland-themed apparel brand’s flagship location, which relocated from its former home near Providence Park

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