Hollywood Value Village has closed

4420 NE Hancock

Value Village of Hollywood

I was sad to read (in the Oregonian 11/22/2007) that the Hollywood Value Village has closed. While it's not the closest thrift to me, it was the one that I hit most frequently. It suffered from being just too big, strangely priced items and completely ruined clothing, but I was still glad to have it in my arsenal, especially with the farmers market and Trader Joe's so close by.

The next closest Value Village is at 5050 SE 82nd Avenue (at SE Raymond Ct, between Holgate & Foster), (503) 771-5472 (hours: Mon - Sat 9-9, Sun 10-7)

filled under Portland area Thrifts and Resale Shops
November 23, 2007 | Permalink | Comments (2)


Beulah Mae said:

Apparently we're getting a "Grocery Outlet" there instead. Hollywood retail development is so odd. Grocery Outlet not a block from Whole Foods.

becky said:

Grocery Outlet serves a totally different market than whole foods. In fact, it's the direct opposite! Dented cans, failed products (once we went there and they had a pallet of OK Soda.) and cheap off brands are what they sell. We do regularly find Pacific Foods organic soups and broths there.



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