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Projects & Programs

Prosper Portland’s projects are among the best-known in the city: Museum Place, Eastbank Esplanade, the Rose Quarter, light rail to the airport and North Interstate Avenue, the Classical Chinese Garden, Pioneer Place, Pioneer Courthouse Square, RiverPlace, Chinatown Gateway, renovation of historic Union Station, and the redevelopment of what’s now the Pearl District. Our focus is on serving all Portland residents, using intentional and inclusive economic development that closes gaps in equity by always being mindful of who benefits.


102nd & Pacific

102nd & Pacific Project Contact: Susan Kuhn, Project Manager - 503-823-3406 or email A group of property owners that includes both private property owners and David Douglas School District is proposing redevelopment of 10.5 acres of property near the Gateway Transit Center. Prosper Portland is considering up to $13 million of Gateway urban renewal funds [...]


OHSU Center for Health & Healing South


OHSU Center for Health and Healing South The Center for Health & Healing South (CHH South) is a two-block development adjacent to the existing Center for Health & Healing (CHH) building at SW Moody & Gibbs St. Its completion will mark an important milestone for Oregon Health & Science University's expansion in the South [...]


The Osprey


The Osprey Apartments Privately developed housing in South Waterfront responds to the area’s continued growth, providing much-needed options for residential units. Completed in 2016, the Osprey Apartments (Block 37) added 270 apartments ranging from studios to three-bedroom, along with ground floor retail spaces and pedestrian plazas fronting the river. This six-story building balances high-density, [...]


Gladys McCoy Health Department Headquarters

Gladys McCoy Health Department Headquarters Contact: Building a new headquarters has been a longtime priority for the Multnomah County health department. The project site is adjacent to Bud Clark Commons near Union Station on Northwest Sixth Avenue, between Hoyt and Irving streets, easy to reach by transit and accessible for clients and community members. The nine-story, [...]


38 Davis


38 Davis (Block 8L) Two years after Prosper Portland sold Block 8L at NW 1st and Davis to Gerding Edlen Development, a new, six-story building rose on the site of the former parking lot. Designed by Ankrom Moisan Architects for its own headquarters, the 38 Davis project drew $37 million in private investment and [...]


OHSU Knight Cancer Research Building


OHSU Knight Cancer Research Building The South Waterfront Development Agreement, which originated in 2003, has guided significant public and private investment in the development of the central district, transforming the area into a vibrant, sustainable mixed-use neighborhood that offers open space, commercial, retail, institutional and educational facilities as well as a range of housing [...]


Avangrid Renewables


Avangrid Renewables Formerly known as Iberdrola Renewables, Avangrid is headquartered in Northwest Portland and is one of the leading providers of clean, renewable wind power in the United States. It is part of the Iberdrola Group, an international pioneer in clean energy. Iberdrola established Portland as its North American headquarters in 2007. In 2014 the [...]




Zoiglhaus The concept of a community brewhouse inspired ZHaus LLC to partner with Prosper Portland to revitalize a vacant building in the heart of the Lents Town Center. The Zoiglhaus project renovated the space into a brewery, pub, and full-service restaurant centered on family-friendly entertainment, German style beer, and quality food, marking a significant [...]




9North Contact: Will Thier, Project Manager, 503-823-3193 Prosper Portland sold Station Place Lot 5 to Williams and Dame Development in 2016. The proposed development, 9North, envisioned a nine-story building with approximately 167,000 rentable square feet of Class A office space plus 10,000-20,000 rentable square feet of retail space at the ground floor. The project [...]


Grove Hotel


Grove Hotel Contact: Eric Jacobson, Project Manager, 503-823-3306 In May 2014, Prosper Portland selected a team consisting of Naito Development, Eagle Point Hotel Partners (EPHP), and Filament Hospitality to redevelop the Grove Hotel property on West Burnside Street. The proposed conversion of the former 70-room single room occupant hotel to a 52-guestroom lifestyle hotel [...]


Daimler Trucks North America Headquarters


Daimler Trucks North America Daimler Trucks North America LLC assembled a local team of partners for its LEED Platinum corporate headquarters expansion on Swan Island. The state-of-the-art building provided a single location for DTNA employees previously in offices separated by the Willamette River and will accommodate approximately 400 new positions anticipated to meet future [...]


AC Hotel

The AC Marriott is a 204-room hotel that provides much-needed downtown inventory and increased employment in the central city and is projected to generate more than $600,000 in property tax revenues and $1,000,000 in transient lodging tax revenues annually.


The Hill Block: N Russell and Williams Collaboration

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Legacy Health, Prosper Portland and the City of Portland have formed a partnership to develop a vacant 1.7 acre block at North Russell Street and North Williams Avenue currently owned by Legacy Health. The focus of the development is to honor Portland’s African-American community, contribute to the neighborhood’s vibrancy, and further Legacy Health’s mission of promoting health and wellness for children and families.


Alberta Commons Affordable Commercial Tenanting Program

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Prosper Portland offers the Affordable Commercial Tenanting Program at Alberta Commons, a unique opportunity for small minority-owned businesses to gain a foothold in the retail mix of the area, provide needed goods and services to the neighborhood and create lasting, beneficial relationships with the Northeast Portland community.


FBI Building


The FBI building investment will generate annual property taxes estimated to grow to more than $900,000 in 2030, and sales proceeds from the transaction support ongoing economic development programs in the URA, including small business loans for business expansions remodeling and new construction.