A KBS + Sterling Bay Development
Landmark Exterior. Modern Interior.
Reintroducing the Meier & Frank Building.
A historic downtown gem has reached a new level of distinction. In 2017, the first five floors of this 16-story architectural classic were transformed into a creative office space unlike anything else in Portland.
Oversized floor plates with towering ceiling heights and flexible work spaces allow innovative companies at the Meier and Frank Building to evolve their cultures. Renovations have preserved the architectural greatness of the past while achieving full LEED certification for the future.
Modern amenities abound, from an invigorated retail level and artfully redesigned lobby to a state-of-the-art fitness center.
- Built in 1909
- Originally designed by architect A.E. Doyle
- Reimagined for today’s workforce by BORA
- 40,000 SF floorplates
- 13'6" to 18'6" office ceiling heights
- 15,000 SF of prime retail available
- 14,000 SF of dedicated tenant amenity space
There is no better location in Portland. The Meier & Frank Building spans a full city block across from the northeast corner of Pioneer Courthouse Square, a downtown hub known affectionately as Portland’s “living room”.
Four MAX Light Rail lines intersect right in front of the building, while multiple bus stops and Biketown stations surround it. Portland Streetcar stops are a quick three block walk away. Within a mile are hundreds of restaurants, cafes, local and big name retailers, breweries and Portland’s most popular food truck gatherings. The newly opened Pine Street Market, a bustling food hall with gourmet vendors, is just blocks away.
The modernized Meier & Frank Building features over 14,000 SF of tenant amenities space, including a fully renovated retail level, a new entrance and lobby, a welcoming tenant lounge, an easy-access secure bike room and a full-service fitness center. Tenants also have access to perks of the Nines Hotel upstairs, including its two restaurants, expansive rooftop bar and lounge and its stunning accommodations.
Sterling Bay and KBS recently transformed the first five floors of this 16-story architectural classic into creative office space unlike anything else in Portland. Renovations have preserved the architectural greatness of the past while achieving full LEED certification for the future.