Woodburn Company Stores is an outlet mall in Woodburn, Oregon, United States. The complex, located between the cities of Portland and Salem on Interstate 5, opened in 1999. Owned and operated by Craig Realty Group, the center has over 350,000 square feet (33,000 m 2) of retail space.

Initially costing $20 million, Woodburn Company Stores opened with 243,000 square feet (22,600 m 2) of retail space in August 1999. The center was expanded by 66,500 square feet (6,180 m 2) of space which opened in November 2003. An additional 23,700 square feet (2,200 m 2) added in November 2005 cost $1.6 million and included Nike, Inc. as an anchor to the outlet mall. Another 27,402 square feet (2,545.7 m 2) of space costing $5.1 million opened in February 2009. One final expansion is planned for the future. The complex was a target of a large shoplifting ring in 2006. Between the Memorial Day and Labor Day weekends in 2007, a shuttle bus service called the Woodburn Outlet Express ran from the Portland Union Bank of California, the Portland Hilton Hotel, the Lake Oswego Hilton Garden Inn, to the mall and back. Round-trip fare was $20. After low demand during that trial period, the service was discontinued. The company S.D. Deacon has been the general contractor of the mall's construction during all phases.

Stores at the center include Nike, Columbia Sportswear’s largest outlet, Brooks Brothers, Banana Republic, Polo Ralph Lauren, Guess, and Fossil among others, along with a travel information booth. The outlet is the largest tax-free shopping outlet in the Western United States. It is one of Oregon's most popular tourist attractions visited by around 4 million shoppers annually.

  • adidas
  • Ann Taylor, opened 2008
  • Banana Republic Factory Store
  • Brooks Brothers Factory Store
  • Calvin Klein
  • Columbia Sportswear, opened 2007
  • Eddie Bauer
  • Gap Outlet
  • Guess
  • Levi's & Dockers Outlet by Most
  • Nike Factory Store, opened 2005
  • Polo Ralph Lauren Factory Store
  • Tommy Hilfiger Company Store


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