What is a good upper end neighborhood for a skin care business in Portland?

Asked by Stitch's Mom, Oregon Tue Mar 11, 2008

Also where is a good place to look for rentals, commercial and residential? I am really interested in the Clinton.

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Chris Courtn…, , Eugene, OR
Tue Mar 18, 2008
Belmont, Multnomah Village, SW Portland, you need to survey for those highly dense residential neighborhoods that have nearby commercial services. There are plenty of commercial spaces for lease, but consider a residential use where you may gain highest tax deduction for in home expense. Lake Oswego or Belmont for quality of life.

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Farahv, , 97229
Wed Mar 12, 2008
I am on board with the rest of the suggestions. Being a Real Estate agent in the suburbs I can tell you what neighborhoods have some upper level interest or hype going. The Pearl District (if you can afford it), Lake Oswego, Nob Hill (wouldn’t go with Alberta its trendy but not to much high end going on) I would also suggest Riverside. They already have some Plastic surgeons clients coming in and you could feed of that business!
In fact I would research what areas the plastic surgeons are in and then cross check what areas need a skin care chain.
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Dirk Knudsen…, Agent, Hillsboro, OR
Tue Mar 11, 2008
Lake Oswego!! Pearl District and the Richest are in the State..... maybe a surprise but the Answer is....Wilsonville! Check out Villebois as an option. There is Big Deman for stuff like this and you might even find a "Live-Work" arrangement.

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Shane Cass, , 97209
Tue Mar 11, 2008
There are lots of places in Portland where something like this could potentially work. Those that specifically come to mind are the Pearl, Nob Hill, Alberta, Hawthorne, Clinton, Belmont, Mississippi, parts of inner Division and the Hollywood district..
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Jesse Knight, Agent, Lake Oswego, OR
Tue Mar 11, 2008
If you're looking for Portland specifically, you could do a lot worse than ending up in NW up near Nob Hill or The Pearl. Rent will be pricey, though. A good SE location might be Belmont.

If you're not against heading out to the 'burbs, Lake Oswego or West Linn would make a lot of sense.
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