Venues & Event Spaces – Office space – Creative office space inside a historic factory in Portland’s Central Eastside: Beam Development completed the renovation of the historic B&O Warehouse in 2007, transforming this full city-block grain repository into a dynamic hive of creative office and ground floor retail spaces. The large concrete structural bays are […]
Construction of a 38,740 SF Food Market Hall dedicated to local food and entrepreneurial food vendors. A part of a larger Rockwood Town Center development, the project will include an incubator with vendor spaces for food businesses of varying sizes, commercial and commissary kitchens and commercial office spaces. • In consultation with local community members […]
A new 53,000 sq. ft. facility, which sits on 3.4 acres of therapeutically planned green space. The building will replace DePaul’s aging downtown building and the entire campus has been designed using a trauma-informed approach to provide an optimal environment for the treatment of substance use and co-occurring mental health disorders. The new facility will provide […]
Innovative business condominium building provides wealth-building opportunities in underserved area.
A long vacant corner lot is transformed into a mixed-use building with office, restaurant and retail.
Built in 1945, the Civic Apartment Building was located across the street from Portland’s sports stadium in a highly distressed geographical area known as the West End. Consistent with blight in the area, the Civic had fallen into disrepair, with plywood covering the ground floor windows. The site was identified for its potential to create […]
A cast-iron era treasure is preserved in Portland’s historic waterfront district.
Restoration of the Portland Telegram building
A non-profit utilizes a rooftop solar PV system to help power its new facility.
The renovation of the historic Globe Hotel building (1911) into a new home for OCOM, one of the oldest colleges of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine in the U.S.
Halsey 106 is a mixed use project that will consist of approximately 84,000 sq. ft. of affordable housing, retail, office space and social services within the Gateway Urban affordable housing, retail, office space and social services within the Gateway Urban Renewal area in Portland, Oregon. The project will create 23 units of affordable housing Renewal area in Portland, Oregon.
Green Zebra, a startup grocer aspiring to offer low-income areas a mini-grocery store that focuses on fresh, high-quality food, was in need of long-term, patient equity to open and operate its first location in Portland, Oregon. Dispelling the notion that healthy food isn’t convenient and convenient food isn’t healthy, Green Zebra is on a mission […]
A school for children impacted by homelessness relocates into a new and permanent facility.
Working capital to expand a food manufacturer’s facility and increase production capacity.
A Head Start program serving over 1,000 children receives NMTC financing to improve their overall financial sustainability including working capital.
Catalytic mixed-use building links Portland’s Central Business District with its vibrant Pearl District.
We have utilised NMTCs to build a critically need headquarters office and a public market for Latino food service entrepreneurs. In addition to the 90 plus jobs originating from these two developments, new business opportunities (& jobs) continue to be created. We also plan to develop another NMTC soon.