The Alexis Building is a 4,105 sq. ft. building on a site of .18 acres. The building was designed by Pietro Belluschi, a world-famous Italian architect who resided in Portland during the 1940’s and who is credited with a number of notable buildings in the Portland area, including The Portland Art Museum and The Pacific Building. The Alexis Building is said to be one of his personal favorites, and his love of the building is reflected in the use of materials and natural light and the general feel of the interior space. The building was constructed in 1949. The building is fairly non-descript from the street, however is has a unique curved façade at the southwest corner.
The building is divided into eight private offices and is generally 100% occupied. There are 18 off street parking spaces with access from both SW Spring Garden Street & SW 22nd Avenue. Zoning is Commercial Employment (CE), which allows for a mix of commercial uses as well as some light manufacturing and distribution. Residential uses are also allowed. The building is in good condition and has been well maintained.
Asking Price: $900,000 (possible owner financing)