THE BREWERY BLOCKS PEARL DISTRICT
PREMIER RESTAURANT & RETAIL OPPORTUNITY
The Brewery Blocks, located on the former site of the Blitz-Weinhard Brewery, is a dynamic five-block shopping, dining and entertainment district in Portland's vibrant, post-industrial neighborhood known as the Pearl District
Formally a mix of warehouses and light industrial, the iconic Brewery Blocks is mixed-use project comprised of 1.7 million square feet with a 1,300 stall subterranean closed circuit monitored parking garage.. The Brewery Blocks is well located at the entrance to the Pearl District, one of the most vibrant and popular neighborhoods in Portland. Anthropologie chose the Brewery Blocks for its first to market location as well at lululemon, Whole Foods, West Elm, Madewell, Athleta, Free People, North Face, Tom's, Rachell M, BlowOut Dry Bar, Splendid, Blue Mercury, Sur La Table, Garden Bar and the first Cookie Dough Cafe.. The iconic 75,000 SF Powell's Books, the largest independently owned book store on the West Coast shadow anchors the project bringing locals and tourists alike. The Pearl District itself is home to a mecca of mixed-use projects, fashionable boutiques, destination retail brands, art galleries, trendy restaurants and bars, artisan coffee shops, craft breweries, Class A and, creative office along with upscale residential projects.
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 Pearl District encompasses over 300 acres and has been undergoing urban renewal since the mid 80s and currently houses over 6,000 existing and planned residential units.
Brewery Blocks is owned by JP Morgan and managed by Arke Management
• Rare retail opportunity situated along West Burnside Street.
This location offers great throughway visibility along Burnside Street and prime signage opportunity. Co-tenants of this block include Whole Foods Market and California Closets. Neighboring retailers include Chase Bank, West Elm, Lululemon, Madewell, Screen Door, Anthropologie, Free People, Blue Mercury, Starbucks, Athleta, and Powell's Books.
• Rare retail opportunity situated along NW Couch Street directly across from Portland's iconic Powell's Bookstore.
This location offers great street visibility and co-tenancy including Athleta, Splendid, Blue Mercury, and Starbucks. In 2021, this location will be a stone's throw away from Portland's first-ever Shake Shack location coming soon to West Burnside Street. Neighboring retailers include Whole Foods Market, Chase Bank, West Elm, Lululemon, Madewell, Screen Door, Anthropologie and Free People.
• Rare fully renovated corner restaurant opportunity with significant improvements–list available upon request.
This location is situated at one of the most desirable corners of the Brewery Blocks at 12th and Couch. The space offers marquee signage availability and an abundance of natural sunlight. Adjacent to West Elm and Madewell, co-tenants of this block include Screen Door, Anthropologie, and Free People. Neighboring retailers include Whole Foods Market, Chase Bank, Lululemon, Athleta, Blue Mercury, Starbucks, and Powell's Books.
6,507 SF Available 2021
• Rare retail opportunity situated at the cross streets of NW 12th and NW Davis Street.
This location offers prime signage opportunity, expansive frontage, and an abundance of natural sunlight. Co-tenants of this block include Chase Bank, West Elm Lululemon, and Frame Central. Neighboring retailers include Whole Foods Market, Madewell, Screen Door, Athleta, Blue Mercury, Starbucks, and Powell's Books.
(recently expanded to 26,000 SF, 2 level format, adding Home and BHLDN Wedding)
SUR LA TABLE
BLUE MERCURY COSMETICS
SCREEN DOOR (SUMMER '20)
COOKIE DOUGH CAFÉ
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.