Several new retailers are calling downtown Oregon City home, led by indie retailer Tara Vincente with her Denim Salvage concept in late February followed by London-inspired The Flat this month.

by: SUBMITTED PHOTO - The Flat at 719 Main St. in Oregon City offers London inspired furniture and apparel.Mirror Mirror Boutique and Ladybird’s Vintage both plan to open in the next month in the Homelife Furniture building. Another boutique is planned for newly renovated 517 by: SUBMITTED PHOTO - Ana Kuhl models some of her favorite products in her new boutique Mirror Mirror at 610 Main St. Suite A, Oregon City.Main St., which also houses offices and ENS Jiujitsu.

These businesses join a growing retail cluster around Oregon City’s historic Arch Bridge and Municipal Elevator that offers everything from vintage jewelry and clothing to custom and shabby chic furniture.

“We are excited to see so much interest in downtown Oregon City,” said Main Street Oregon City Executive Director Jonathan Stone. “We look forward to working with these new business owners as we realize an even more vibrant mixed-use district.”

Mirror Mirror, “a place to find women’s clothing, jewelry and other such necessities,” will have its grand opening Tuesday, April 22, at 610 Main St., Suite A, Oregon City.

Store owner Ana Kuhl last year closed her small 9-year-old gift shop/boutique in Clackamas due to family circumstances.

“With things in better places, my family is behind me 100 percent, and I’m excited to reopen in a bigger space in Oregon City,” Kuhl said.

She said she takes the most pride in making other women feel good about themselves using products into which she has put a lot of time and thought.

“I have worked in various other fields, but to me owning my own place and interacting directly with my customers gives me an immense amount of joy,” she said.

Call 503-730-2328, or visit for more information.

by: SUBMITTED PHOTO - Denim Salvage, 611 Main St., Oregon City.

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