A circa-1962 physical layout of the facility. Its name was an amalgamation of its status as an "EAST PORT(land)" shopping complex. The original mall housed thirty-nine stores and services, with the main anchor being PDX-based Lipman & Wolfe. The parking lot had space for 2,100 autos.


EASTPORT PLAZA TENANTS 1962:

LIPMAN & WOLFE (with The Tea Room Restaurant ) / J.C. PENNEY / J.J. NEWBERRY (with luncheonette) / TRADEWELL FOODS supermarket (outparcel) / ALBERTSONS supermarket (outparcel) / PAY 'N SAVE DRUG (with luncheonette) / Beauty Chateau Salon / Columbia Optical / Comar's Shoes / Eastport Plaza Barber Shop / Eastport Plaza Beauty Shop / Equitable Savings & Loan / Fabric House / Firestone Tire & Auto (outparcel) / Gallenkamp Shoes / Granning & Treece / Hol-N-One Donuts / Hy-Tone Cleaners / Karmelkorn / Leeds Qualicraft Shoes / Lerner Shops / Mario Bisio men's wear / Mode O' Day Frock Shop / Nordstrom's Shoes / Plaza Restaurant / S & H Green Stamps Redemption Center / Sleep Shop / Toy World / Turner Insurance / US National Bank /  W.P. Fuller / Weisfield's 


An early 1960s view of the 400 foot open-air (but covered) concourse at EASTPORT PLAZA. The mall's 2-level (dry-goods-only) J.C. Penney is seen on the right. A Leeds Qualicraft Shoes store is across the way.
Photo from http://eastportplaza.blogspot.com / Jeff


The storefront of Aden & Josi, a popular men's wear retailer. It was in operation during the shopping hub's later years.
Photo from http://lostoregon.org