Pearl’s first new building since recession opens Thursday

All but one of Pearl West's floors have been leased already

Pearl West is the first new office building in the Pearl District since the Great Recession. (KOIN)
Pearl West is the first new office building in the Pearl District since the Great Recession. (KOIN)

PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — The Pearl District’s first new office building to be built since the Great Recession opens Thursday, April 28.

Pearl West has attracted many companies already, and only one of its 9 floors remains available to lease. Current tenants include both Northwest and international companies.

The building has views of Mt. Hood and Mt. St. Helens and lots of space for car and bike parking underground. The building is located on Irving St. between NW 14th and 15th.

“Pearl West is now a Pearl District landmark that symbolizes the possibilities presented by an economy beginning to thrive again,” said Walter Bowen, CEO of BPM Real Estate, the company that built and owns Pearl West.

Kevin Joshi, the broker representing the landlord, said they have notable potential tenants for the available third floor space.

“Since entering the market, Pearl West’s location and efficient, pleasant floor plans have helped it achieve some of the highest rents in downtown Portland,” Joshi said.

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