Melvin Mark is committed to providing the best possible experience to our tenants, and we’re pleased to announce that the Union Bank Building has recently been given the rating of Wired Certified Platinum by WiredScore.

Wired Certified Platinum is the highest rating possible by WiredScore and is awarded only to an elite group of buildings. The certification confirms Union Bank Building as best in class across all features of connectivity that matter most to tenants including:

  • Number and quality of internet service providers
  • Redundancy and resiliency of telecom infrastructure
  • Ease of installation
  • Capacity to readily support new telecom services
  • Wi-Fi access in common and amenity areas throughout the building
  • Service equipment located in a secure and dedicated room

Click here to view the fact sheet of available ISPs and key features of connectivity for the Union Bank Building.

About the Union Bank Building

Built in 1968, the Union Bank Building is located at 707 SW Washington St in the heart of downtown Portland’s financial district. The 16-story Class-A building features 4-star office space with open floor plans and excellent views of the city, the Cascade Mountains, and the Willamette River. It also features an on-site parking garage and an underground connection to the Westin Benson Hotel for easy access to dining and hotel accommodations.

Currently the building has 27,621 square feet of office space available for lease. For more information, contact Paul Andrews (licensed in OR) at or Tom Becic (licensed in OR) at

About WiredScore

WiredScore is the company behind Wired Certification, a digital connectivity rating platform for commercial real estate that champions cutting-edge technology in office buildings. Wired Certification is the only internationally recognized platform for rating the infrastructure, connectivity and technological capacity of commercial buildings. Today more than 400M Sq. Ft. of office space in over 1,400 buildings has been Wired Certified across the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, France, and Germany.