Sullivan's Gulch Neighborhood Tour
- $20.00 - General Public
- $12.00 - AHC Members
IMPORTANT NOTE: UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE, MOUTH AND NOSE FACE COVERINGS ARE REQUIRED TO BE WORN BY ALL WALKING TOUR ATTENDEES OVER THE AGE OF TWO (2). TOUR GROUPS ARE LIMITED TO A MAXIMUM OF TEN (10) PEOPLE INCLUDING THE DOCENT(S).
In the 1920s, Ralph Lloyd announced plans to create a second Portland “downtown” in an area of inner Northeast Portland known as Holladay’s Addition. By the 1950s, Lloyd’s plans were coming to fruition as many of the oldest houses in the area were demolished to make way for the construction of the Lloyd Center. Today, the Sullivan’s Gulch neighborhood, located just east of the shopping center contains the surviving architectural remnants of what was once one of Portland’s grandest residential neighborhoods.
Space is limited. Pre-registration is required.
Image: Blazier House, NE 17th & Wasco St. (demolished). Architectural Heritage Center Library.
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