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.
330 SW Powerhouse Dr.
TOTAL SF: 4,140 (Pending)
Available February 1, 2020
Highly improved, center court location on the Deschutes River.
BUILDING C, SUITE 125
425 SW Powerhouse Dr.
TOTAL SF: 1,650
Retail opportunity in line with Desperado Avalon Salon Athleta, REI and the new BoxWood Kitchen.
450 SW Powerhouse Dr.
TOTAL SF: 1,272 SF
Rare small retail space. Highly improved and ready for occupancy.
ANTHONY'S AT THE OLD MILL DISTRICT
VANILLA URBAN THREADS
FLATBREAD NEAPOLITAN PIZZERIA
AMERICAN EAGLE OUTFITTERS
1,365 convenient parking spaces in a fully automated and closed circuit monitored subterranean parking garage
Located west of Downtown between Burnside to the South, 405 on the West, the Willamette River to the North and Broadway to the East, the Peal District is situated in a vibrant area of Portland. Formerly a mix of warehouses and light industrial, the Pearl District has become one of the most popular neighborhoods in Portland.