Just a few blocks from the heart of downtown, the 200 Market Building has easy access to I-5, I-405, and the Sunset Highway. The aptly named Market Street abounds with restaurants, shopping and entertainment. Plus the Keller Auditorium is directly across the street. The Portland Streetcar runs through the area and connects you to local havens of the Pearl District as well as shops along the South Waterfront. The 200 Market Building is also just two blocks from Portland’s mass transit system, the MAX.
- In 2006, the 200 Market Building was the first building in America to be granted LEED status in its category, the biggest category of all.
- In 2010, the 200 Market Building was granted the highest sustainability award of all: LEED-EB Platinum.
The 200 Market Building was built in 1973 for Prudential Insurance Company and is one of the largest office buildings in Oregon. In 1988, Russell Development Company purchased the building and invested $25 million in complete reconstruction of the building’s interior and exterior ground level. All of the systems (HVAC, ceiling, lighting, electrical distribution, data/telephone distribution, life safety, etc) are new as of the completion of the reconstruction in 1990. The ownership entity of the 200 Market Place is 200 Market Associates, LP. John Russell, of Market Building, LLC, serves as general partner. The building is co-managed by Russell Development Company and Cushman & Wakefield of Oregon, Inc., both of which are headquartered on the site.