Melvin Mark provides a wide range of in depth real estate services to both tenants and landlords. The case studies provided are a representative sample of recently completed transactions and the services which are available to our clients.
Positioning a property correctly can be the different between a successful asset and a building struggling to gain traction. Melvin Mark's market knowledge and experience as a landlord made the difference for three local office buildings.
The company's Portland-based web development team was struggling in under-sized space and wanted a more collaborative, creative environment.
In 2006, Willamette University made plans to open a Portland campus for its business graduate school, and in 2012 they reassed their space needs.
DOWA wanted a new location that would reflect their commitment to sustainable design, their desire for a more productive, efficient use of space and a distinctive, creative work studio.
With approximately two years left on their existing lease term, several new projects necessitated an evaluation of KPFF's current and long term office space requirements.
Although Miller Nash's lease provided options to extend the lease term, the firm's executive team feels it is important to evaluate the office market availabilities on a regular basis.
After additional funding was received, Act-On Software needed a new home quickly to meet the next three years of forecasted growth.
SAIF chose Crown Plaza as the site of its Portland regional office in part, due to the building's demonstrated commitment to sustainable real estate practices.
Melvin Mark worked with Trane to install new water chillers in their Columbia Square building that improved chiller plant efficiency by 40% and reduced energy use by 527,000 kWh.
Oregon Institute of Technology wanted to consolidate four metro area campuses into a single facility and signed a 10-year lease with an option to purchase for a Class A location in the I-5 corridor.
Melvin Mark brokers found a way for Tanasbourne Commons to stand out in a competitive market and secured tenants for 28,500 sf of vacant office space, lowering the vacancy rate by 54%.