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The Bridgeport Village lifestyle center in Tigard, OR is undergoing a $35-million refresh by owner CenterCal Properties

CenterCal Launches $35M Refresh of Tigard Lifestyle Center 

Opened in 2005 by CenterCal Properties, the Bridgeport Village lifestyle center in Tigard, OR is now undergoing a refresh. beloved lifestyle center is undergoing a significant refresh which will elevate and modernize the Village. With an investment valued at more than $35 million, the refresh will feature covered seating areas, a center court village green surrounded by new landscaping, a community stage, updated facades, and new storefronts. 

“The refresh represents a meaningful reinvestment reflective of our ongoing commitment to adding best-in-class retail, restaurants, and experiences,” said Erika Plummer, VP of leasing for CenterCal. “We hope that by adding over a dozen new stores and restaurants this year, we will continue to make visiting and shopping at Bridgeport Village memorable and enjoyable for our guests.” 

Among the newly opened or soon-to-open locations are Parachute Home, Johnny Was, Little Kitchen Academy and Bunk Beerhall & Arcade.  


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