Downtown Lake Oswego
Lake Oswego’s Downtown is a beautiful, walkable lakefront business district with specialty shopping, dining, and entertainment, as well as office and service uses. Located along State Street (Highway 43) and between A to B Avenues from 6th Street to State, downtown has several connected nodes.
- Lake View Village, at State and A, is a 100,000 square foot mixed-use redevelopment project with several restaurants and local and national specialty retailers.
- The Windward, completed in 2018, is a mixed-use development with 290,000 square feet of floor area, 200 high-end residential units and 42,000 square feet of retail/commercial space.
- Oswego Village is an 86,000 square foot center on State Street just south of A Avenue. Anchored by Whole Foods 365 Market and Ace True Value Hardware, it includes a mix of food-related and specialty retail shops.
- Lake Place shopping center, further south along State Street, adds Petco, U.S. Bank, and small specialty and service businesses to the downtown mix.
- Civic and community uses include City Hall and a fire station, the post office, the Lakewood Center for the Arts, the Gallery Without Walls, and the Lake Oswego Public Library in the adjacent First Addition neighborhood.
- Downtown’s Millennium Plaza Park is home to the popular Farmers’ Market and many community and entertainment events throughout the year.
- Sundeleaf Plaza and Lower Millennium Park offer lake views and peaceful settings.