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Signs point to MTV's 'The Real World' coming to Portland

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Monday, July 30, 2012

Although there is no official word from MTV yet, local sources are reporting that 'The Real World' will shoot in downtown Portland.

Rumor has it that MTV is going to be taping its next The Real World series in Portland and we found production crews on hand outside Northwest 9th between Everett and Flanders getting a place ready.

Blogger Byron Beck posted that the loft would be above Believe Antique and Art and the shop's owner told us that all the work on the block has made for quite the commotion amongst the neighbors.

Read more at KATU.

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