My wife and I like checking out antique stores. Even though we live across the river from Portland, Oregon, we haven't explored it much until lately, because traffic in Portland can be a real pain. With that said, if you go here, midday and/or weekends are the best times to avoid traffic. (Usually.)
This particular location is in the Hollywood District of Portland, off I-84, and there are many truly unique and quaint shops around this area. I could hear "Funky Town" playing in my head as we drove around the area. Even the people were interesting in this area. It's an artsy district.
This particular antique place is a collective of many vendors and has a varied selection. Lots to see, so allow 30 to 60 minutes to take it all in.
Be aware that there is a set of steps going down to the facility, but if you shout down to the person at the bottom of the stairs, they have a freight elevator they will allow you to use. My wife and I took it up since she has some difficulty with stairs.
It's also a clean place, well arranged, reasonably priced, and does *not* have a musty smell that sometimes accompanies some antique shops.
Parking is tricky. We "lucked out" and got a place right in front of the building, but I did notice a small parking lot across the street.