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2&Taylor

135 SW Taylor, Portland, Oregon 97204

2&Taylor is a blend of clean, industrial design with modern amenities. A massive redevelopment of a former gym and fresh produce market have created a space worthy of Portland’s creative spirit. High, exposed ceilings combined with salvaged wood, glass and steel. Natural light shines warmly throughout. Spare historic features flow seamlessly into state-of-the-art systems and twenty-first century amenities. All in an up-and-coming neighborhood that’s easily accessible from all parts of town. Completely new façade and canopies, new retail storefronts, energy-efficient lighting and building systems, and renovated lobbies and public areas complete the picture. A total of 73,553 square feet of creative space and inspired design put 2&Taylor in the center of cool — and meet Green Globe certification standards for environmental performance.

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Auditorium Garage

1400 SW Fourth Avenue, Portland, Oregon 97201

The Auditorium Garage in downtown Portland is across the street from the Fifth Avenue and a short walk to the Keller Auditorium. The garage includes 1115 parking spaces— including EV charging stations — making it downtown Portland’s largest parking garage. A $4.5 million renovation was completed in 1997 and included the addition of 70,900 square feet of parking on two floors, as well as elevator upgrades and a seismic remodel.

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Bailey Building

5441 SW Macadam Avenue, Portland, Oregon 97239

The modern, brick-clad Bailey Building is in the heart of the picturesque John’s Landing area along the Willamette River. Its central location —  minutes from downtown and Lake Oswego — is ideal for small to mid-sized companies. With 10,000 square feet of office space, the building features newly remodeled common areas, restrooms and elevators, as well as available parking. The Bailey Building is located near all of John’s Landing amenities, including a large multi-use park along the Willamette River, as well as a variety of great local restaurants and retail stores all within easy walking distance.

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Cascade Window and Door

10255 SW Spokane Court, Tualatin, Oregon 97062

The 95,000 square foot former Empire Glass warehouse facility in Tualatin was acquired by an LLC in 2006. Thanks to the location’s convenient access to I-5 and 99W, and the popularity of the Tualatin marketplace, the property has had 100% occupancy. The warehouse facility currently serves as the home of Cascade Windows, a leading manufacturer of vinyl windows and sliding glass doors for the western United States.

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Central Plaza

337 SW Alder Street, Portland, Oregon 97204

Central Plaza offers 542 parking spaces on ten floors and a diverse mix of retail space and restaurants on the ground floor. Well-situated in a centrally-located retail hub, the property has high-vehicle and pedestrian traffic, and is adjacent to ongoing retail and office redevelopment. When completed in 1965, the property was Portland’s first downtown high-rise parking garage.

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Columbia Square

111 SW Columbia, Portland, Oregon 97201

Columbia Square gives you all the hustle and bustle of downtown Portland without having to fight the traffic. The building offers extraordinary views of Mt. Hood, Mt. St. Helens and Mt. Adams, with the Willamette River stretching out at your feet. With covered parking right in the building, it’s apparent why this is the Melvin Mark flagship property. There are two conference rooms for tenant use, on-site professional management and 24/7 uniformed security. On-site retail, restaurants and services complement a neighborhood bursting with key amenities in every direction. Columbia Square was the first building in the nation to receive a 4 Globes rating from the Green Building Initiative to recognize its environmental performance and accomplishments.

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Crown Plaza

1500 SW First Avenue, Portland, Oregon 97201

Crown Plaza boasts one of the city’s most prestigious office locations situated just steps from Waterfront Park. Inside the eleven-story building with 222,871 square feet of office space, you’ll enjoy a newly redesigned lobby, updated common areas, and magnificent 360-degree views of Mt. Hood, the Willamette River, and the West Hills. You’ll also enjoy on-site uniformed security 24/7. An adjacent parking garage with one of the highest parking ratios of any downtown office building. Two conference rooms for tenant use. And convenient access to both public transportation and area freeways. This first-class business environment boasts convenient proximity to services, retail, dining and performance venues.

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Fifth & Taylor Parking Garage

525 SW Taylor Street, Portland, Oregon 97204

The corner of SW Fifth and Taylor streets was once occupied by a vacant Greyhound Bus Depot. For fifteen years, the unused building stood as a blight on the central city. In 2007, Melvin Mark Development Company transformed the block into a 20-story Hilton Portland Executive Tower and added 9 floors of parking and nearly 700 new spaces to downtown’s parking inventory. The project was an important addition to the downtown historic and retail core. Today, the parking serves guests at the Hilton, nearby office workers, shoppers and visitors to downtown restaurants and entertainment venues.

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Fifth Avenue Building

1400 SW Fifth Avenue, Portland, Oregon 97201

Walking into the Fifth Avenue Building, it’s hard to imagine that what began in 1951 as a non-descript state office building has been transformed into the bright, inviting building you see today. Within these elegant minimalist-modern walls, you’ll find a building that’s fully wired for 21st century needs. And it features one of the best parking ratios in the downtown Portland core. No car? No problem. Fifth Avenue’s transit mall location is a quick walk from business services, restaurants, shopping and hotels — as well as the Portland Streetcar. At 10 stories tall, the Fifth Avenue Building offers 130,000 square feet of office space with flexible floor plans and natural light. Food carts, casual restaurants and upscale dining are all nearby, as is mass transit.

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Fleischner-Mayer Building

115 NW First Avenue, Portland, Oregon 97209

In 2012, the family law firm of Gevurtz Menashe purchased the historic Fleischner-Mayer Building, along with an adjoining parking lot, in Portland’s Old Town/Chinatown district. Once Melvin Mark brokers Peter Andrews and Nick Ehlen helped Gevurtz Menashe complete the transaction, the legal firm moved their entire staff into the top two floors of the 38,000 square foot building. Melvin Mark handles property management duties for the new building owners, while Peter and Nick continue to co-market the remaining space to prospective tenants.

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Haseltine Building

133 SW Second Avenue, Portland, Oregon 97204

Haseltine was completed in 1893 as a mercantile building by James E. Haseltine for his firm, which was a wholesaler for various goods — including hardware, hardwoods and wagon-making materials. Nearly a century later, in 1980, the building was renovated for office use. Despite the major upgrades, the building retains its original elements, such as the heavily rusticated Tenino stone arches on the buildings exterior and the exposed brick walls and high beam ceilings on the interior. Haseltine is a fine example of the transitional architecture between the era of cast-iron buildings and the high rise structures built after the 1900s.

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Hayden Island Commerce Center

2700-2786 N Hayden Island Drive, Portland, Oregon 97217

If you’re looking for quick access north and south on I-5, all roads lead to the Hayden Island Commerce Center on the Portland side of the Oregon/Washington border. The complex of buildings features 226,110 square feet of Class A industrial space at the center of easy I-5 shipping. Grade level doors, fluorescent task lighting, radiant gas heaters and clearance heights of 20’ to 24’ make it ideal for distribution. Dock high doors are available, and the entire perimeter could be fenced for outside storage. Sprinkler systems and three-phase power on-site complete the amenities. 

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Henry Failing Building

111 SW Oak Street, Portland, Oregon 97204

Built in 1866, the historic landmark Henry Failing Building features facades of yellow brick and glazed terra cotta, with handsome brick interior walls and other classic features. The building is on the MAX line and near public parking, as well as local sports arenas, hotels and office buildings. With a square footage of 23,738, the Henry Failing Building is just three blocks from the recently developed White Stag blocks — home to the University of Oregon’s alumni offices and headquarters for Mercy Corps. Continual upgrades and improvements have been made throughout the years.

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Home Shops on 18th

824 NW 18th Avenue, Portland, Oregon 97209

The Home Shops on 18th retail showcase features generous glass storefronts and is located in the heart of one of Portland’s trendiest shopping and dining areas — the Alphabet District. What was once a warehouse was redeveloped into retail/office space in 2004-2005. The building, with a square footage of 23,027, is close to the Portland Streetcar line, two blocks from I-405 and near Legacy Good Samaritan Medical Center. Additional features include 19’-20’ high ceilings, upgraded HVAC system and 14 on-site parking spaces with generous street parking surrounding the site. Today, the building is zoned EXd, Portland’s most liberal use zone, with potential for future alternative higher density redevelopment opportunities.

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McGillivray Place

16703 SE McGillivray Boulevard, Vancouver, Washington 98683

McGillivray Place is a beautifully designed Class A office located in the hub of Vancouver’s Fisher’s Landing eastside business corridor, minutes from both I-5 and I-205.  A simple and timeless brick and glass design features a new lobby and common area improvements. The 45,218 square foot building is beautifully designed and managed, with dozens of retail services and restaurants within close proximity — including Fred Meyer, Trader Joe’s, Starbucks and Shari’s. Plenty of on-site parking is available at a ratio of 4 spots per 1000 square feet leased.

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Police Warehouse Building

1128-1130 SW 17th Avenue, Portland, Oregon 97205

Located in the Goose Hollow neighborhood adjacent to Lincoln High School, the 44,523 square foot three-story warehouse building was built between 1887 and 1915. Melvin Mark Properties Limited Partnership purchased the building as a future investment property.

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Portland Community College – Downtown Center

722 SW Second Avenue, Portland, Oregon 97204

Formerly known as the Willamette Block building, the four-story PCC building in the Yamhill Historic District was built in 1882 and features elegant period cast ironwork detail.

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TechPointe Commons – Building C

3180 NW 229th Hillsboro, Oregon 97214

TechPointe Commons was built in 2001 and features 93,104 square feet of office/industrial space. The complex is located in Hillsboro, across from the Intel Ronler Acres Campus. Building C offers approximately 40,000 square feet of warehouse and office space with 22-foot ceilings, two drive-grade doors and access to heavy power. Building E also provides 21,192 of office space. Prime location is close to retail and restaurants, as well as Orenco Station and MAX light rail.

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TechPointe Commons – Building E

2500 NW 229th, Hillsboro, Oregon 97214

TechPointe Commons was built in 2001 and features 93,104 square feet of office/industrial space. The complex is located in Hillsboro, across from the Intel Ronler Acres Campus. Building C offers approximately 40,000 square feet of warehouse and office space with 22-foot ceilings, two drive-grade doors and access to heavy power. Building E also provides 21,192 of office space. Prime location is close to retail and restaurants, as well as Orenco Station and MAX light rail.

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The Union Bank Building

707 SW Washington, Portland, Oregon 97205

The Union Bank Building sits at the epicenter of Portland’s business and financial districts. Green-tinted windows and grey-green Elterwater slate give this 15-story, Class A office building a crisp, clean look — even on gray Northwest days. Floors are designed to be open, uninterrupted by interior columns. The Union Bank Building provides excellent views of the city, the Cascade Mountains and the Willamette River. And an underground connection to The Benson Hotel allows quick and easy access to dining and hotel accommodations. Additional amenities include two building conference rooms, new shower facilities and lockers, and 24-hour building security.

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The Water Tower

5331 SW Macadam Avenue, Portland, Oregon 97239

In 2008, a local investment group that includes principals of the Melvin Mark Companies purchased the Water Tower building, an 115,000 square foot landmark in the John’s Landing area. Built in 1903, the former furniture-manufacturing warehouse had been completely renovated for office and retail users. Melvin Mark was assigned the property management and leasing duties – facing its first challenge almost immediately as the pressures of the 2008 recession turned over nearly 70 percent of the tenant base.

Melvin Mark quickly addressed the tenant stability problem and developed a plan for restoring the Water Tower’s reputation in the market. The solution involved a strong tenant retention effort, excellent customer service from property management, additional amenities, and development of a strategic pipeline of quality office and retail tenants suitable for the building.

With the building roster stabilized, and long-term tenants happy with the refurbished property, Melvin Mark attracted renewed interest from a range of office users. In each of the last several years, the Water Tower has enjoyed occupancy rates of 95 percent or better, along with market-leading rents for the Macadam corridor.

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Thurman Building

1631 NW Thurman, Portland, Oregon 97209

Located in the North Pearl District, 1631 NW Thurman features 18’ ceilings, original exposed brick and old-growth timbers in the interior. Ideal creative space with a hip atmosphere is conducive to collaborative teamwork. The two-acre property includes a 65,000 square foot office building, and 155 parking spaces. Built in 1908 as the historic Spokane Portland and Seattle Railway building, this four-story property combines historic elements with modern building systems to maintain its original character and evoke the Pearl’s more industrial roots. Renovated in 1998, a penthouse was added as well as an extension of the building’s east façade.

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