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BEND, OREGON

PREMIER RETAIL & RESTAURANT OPPORTUNITIES

Central Oregon’s most distinctive and dynamic mixed-use development, the Old Mill District is located on 270 acres that formerly housed one of the largest sawmill operations in the world. More than 55 local, regional and national retailers and businesses call the Old Mill District home

The story of the Old Mill District began 100 years ago when two of the world’s largest sawmills opened on the banks of central Oregon’s Deschutes River. For the next 78 years, the mills and their three soaring smokestacks dominated Bend’s skyline and its economy.

 

The Old Mill District, built on the former site of the Brooks Scanlon Mill, has once again become a major economic force in Bend, employing more than 5,000 people and drawing hundreds of thousands of visitors to its shops, galleries, restaurants and events each year. In 2016, Old Mill District was a finalist in Urban Land Institute's Global Award of Excellence.

 

Developed and owned by economist and visionary William Smith and partners.

LEASING OPPORTUNITIES

Currently the shopping center is 100% leased however please feel free to inquire about upcoming retail opportunities

FOUNDER/PRINCIPAL BROKER

CANDACE GRAY

503-222-2525

KEY RETAILERS

 

REGAL ENTERTAINMENT

REI

BANANA REPUBLIC
GAP

ATHLETA

J. JILL
ORANGE THEORY

SIMPLY MAC

VICTORIA SECRET

CHICO'S

GINGER'S KITCHEN

ANTHONY'S AT THE OLD MILL DISTRICT

HOLA!

VANILLA URBAN THREADS

PASTINI PASTERIA

FLATBREAD NEAPOLITAN PIZZERIA

MIO SUSHI

SEPHOA

LULULEMON 

AMERICAN EAGLE OUTFITTERS

ZUMIEZ

FRANCESCA'S

HELLO SUNSHINE

CYCLEBAR

FRANCESCA'S

BOXWOOD KITCHEN

CITY HOME 

 

PARKING

On the Deschutes River, off Highway 97 the main North-South corridor east of the Cascade Mountains with over 42,000 cars traveling daily.

SITE PLAN

OutdoorLifestyle Center/Mixed Use

Total Acreage: 270 Acres 

Total Retail Area: 267,000 SF

Total Office Area: 620,000 SF 

Parking Ratio 5+/1000 SF 

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