List of tallest buildings in Portland, Oregon

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Wells Fargo Center KOIN Center PacWest Center Edith Green – Wendell Wyatt Federal Building (pre-renovation) Mark O. Hatfield United States Courthouse One Main Place Umpqua Bank Plaza
Skyline of Portland's south downtown (Use cursor to identify buildings)

Portland, the largest city in the U.S. state of Oregon, is the site of 29 completed high-rises over 250 feet (76 m), 4 of which stand taller than 492 feet (150 m).[1][2][3] The tallest building in the city is the Wells Fargo Center, which rises 546 feet (166 m) in Downtown Portland and was completed in 1973.[4] The second-tallest skyscraper in the city is the U.S. Bancorp Tower, which rises 536 feet (163 m) and was completed in 1983.[5] Park Avenue West, completed in 2016 and rising 515 feet (157 m), is the third-tallest building in Portland.[6] All of the ten tallest buildings in Oregon are located in Portland.[7]

Although The Oregonian Building, rising 194 feet (59 m) if its clock tower is included, was Portland's tallest building from 1892 until 1913,[8] the history of skyscrapers in the city is thought to have begun with the construction of the Wells Fargo Building in 1907. This building, standing 182 feet (55 m) and 12 floors tall, is often regarded as the first skyscraper in Portland.[9][10][11] Portland's first building standing more than 492 feet (150 m) was the Wells Fargo Center, completed in 1973.[4] There are currently two buildings under construction that are planned to rise at least 250 feet (76 m).[12][13] Overall, Portland's skyline is ranked (based on existing and under construction buildings over 492 feet (150 m) tall) 2nd in the Northwestern United States (after Seattle), 5th in the Pacific Coast region (after Los Angeles, San Francisco, Seattle and Las Vegas), and 22nd in the United States.[a]

Skyline of Portland seen from the southeast side of the Hawthorne Bridge

Tallest buildings

As of August 2017, there are 29 high-rises in Portland that stand at least 250 feet (76 m) tall, based on standard height measurement. This height includes spires and architectural details but does not include antenna masts.[b][1][2][3]

Rank Name Image Height
ft (m)
Floors Year Coordinates Notes
1 Wells Fargo Center Wells Fargo Center (2012) in Portland, Oregon.JPG 546 (166.4) 40 1973 45°30′51.3″N 122°40′45.8″W / 45.514250°N 122.679389°W / 45.514250; -122.679389 (Wells Fargo Center) Tallest building constructed in Portland in the 1970s. Tallest office building in Portland.[4][36][37]
2 U.S. Bancorp Tower US-Bank-Tower-Streetlevel.jpg 536 (163.4) 42 1983 45°31′21.6″N 122°40′33.2″W / 45.522667°N 122.675889°W / 45.522667; -122.675889 (U.S. Bancorp Tower) Tallest building constructed in Portland in the 1980s.[5][38][39]
3 Park Avenue West Park Avenue West Tower Feb 2016 - Portland, Oregon.JPG 515 (157) 30 2016 45°31′21.6″N 122°40′33.2″W / 45.522667°N 122.675889°W / 45.522667; -122.675889 (Park Avenue West) Tallest building constructed in Portland in the 2010s.[6][40]
4 KOIN Center KOINCenterPortland.jpg 509 (155.2) 31 1984 45°30′47.3″N 122°40′39.6″W / 45.513139°N 122.677667°W / 45.513139; -122.677667 (KOIN Center) [41][42][43]
5 PacWest Center PacWestCenterPortland.jpg 418 (127.4) 30 1984 45°30′55.1″N 122°40′48.3″W / 45.515306°N 122.680083°W / 45.515306; -122.680083 (PacWest Center) [44][45][46]
6 Fox Tower Fox Tower Portland Oregon.JPG 372 (113.4) 27 2000 45°31′6.3″N 122°40′51″W / 45.518417°N 122.68083°W / 45.518417; -122.68083 (Fox Tower) Tallest building constructed in Portland in the 2000s.[47][48][49]
7 Standard Insurance Center Standard Insurance Center - Portland, Oregon (2016).jpg 367 (111.9) 27 1970 45°31′0.9″N 122°40′40.7″W / 45.516917°N 122.677972°W / 45.516917; -122.677972 (Standard Insurance Center) [50][51][52]
8 Edith Green – Wendell Wyatt Federal Building[c] Edith Green - Wendell Wyatt Federal front 2012 Building2.JPG 361 (110) 18 1974 45°30′51.9″N 122°40′37.4″W / 45.514417°N 122.677056°W / 45.514417; -122.677056 (Edith Green – Wendell Wyatt Federal Building) [53][54][55]
9 Cosmopolitan on the Park Cosmopolitan on the Park from Tanner Springs Park (2017).jpg 340 (103.6) 28 2016 45°31′54.8″N 122°40′55″W / 45.531889°N 122.68194°W / 45.531889; -122.68194 (Cosmopolitan on the Park) Tallest residential building in Portland.[56][57][58]
10 John Ross Tower JohnRossCondosPortland.jpg 325 (99.1) 32 2007 45°29′48.6″N 122°40′12.2″W / 45.496833°N 122.670056°W / 45.496833; -122.670056 (The John Ross Tower) Built to the maximum allowable height in the South Waterfront area.[59][60][61]
Mirabella Mirabella Portland in March 2016.jpg 325 (99.1) 30 2010 45°29′51.5″N 122°40′12.6″W / 45.497639°N 122.670167°W / 45.497639; -122.670167 (Mirabella) Built to the maximum allowable height in the South Waterfront area.[62][63][64]
The Ardea The Ardea Apartments in 2013 - Portland, Oregon.jpg 325 (99.1) 30 2008 45°29′45.4″N 122°40′13.2″W / 45.495944°N 122.670333°W / 45.495944; -122.670333 (The Ardea) Built to the maximum allowable height in the South Waterfront area.[65][66][67]
13 Congress Center Congresscenterpdx.jpg 321 (97.8) 23 1980 45°30′59.5″N 122°40′45.7″W / 45.516528°N 122.679361°W / 45.516528; -122.679361 (Congress Center) [68][69]
14 Mark O. Hatfield United States Courthouse Hatfieldcourthouse.jpg 318 (96.9) 16 1997 45°30′57.3″N 122°40′34.5″W / 45.515917°N 122.676250°W / 45.515917; -122.676250 (Mark O. Hatfield United States Courthouse) Tallest building constructed in Portland in the 1990s.[70][71]
15 Moda Tower ODSTowerPortlandOR.jpg 308 (93.9) 24 1999 45°31′6.2″N 122°40′28.9″W / 45.518389°N 122.674694°W / 45.518389; -122.674694 (Moda Tower) [72][73]
16 The Meriwether, West Building[d] The Meriwether tower from east - Portland, Oregon.JPG 303 (92.4) 24 2006 45°29′50.5″N 122°40′9.4″W / 45.497361°N 122.669278°W / 45.497361; -122.669278 (The Meriwether, West Building) [74][75]
17 Lloyd Center Tower LloydCenterTower.jpg 290 (88.4) 20 1981 45°31′55.5″N 122°39′26.2″W / 45.532083°N 122.657278°W / 45.532083; -122.657278 (Lloyd Center Tower) Tallest building in the city outside of Downtown Portland.[76][77]
18 1000 Broadway 1000Broadwaystreet.JPG 288 (87.8) 23 1991 45°31′0.7″N 122°40′50″W / 45.516861°N 122.68056°W / 45.516861; -122.68056 (1000 Broadway) [78][79]
19 NV NV, PDX, 2017.jpg 288 (87.7) 26 2016 45°31′57.3″N 122°41′2.4″W / 45.532583°N 122.684000°W / 45.532583; -122.684000 (NV) [80]
20 Portland Plaza Portland Plaza.jpg 272 (82.9) 25 1973 45°30′46.6″N 122°40′48.9″W / 45.512944°N 122.680250°W / 45.512944; -122.680250 (Portland Plaza) [81][82]
21 One Main Place One Main Place.jpg 270 (82.3) 20 1980 45°30′55.8″N 122°40′31.7″W / 45.515500°N 122.675472°W / 45.515500; -122.675472 (One Main Place) [83][84]
22 Union Bank Tower Union Bank of California Tower in Portland from NE in 2016.jpg 268 (81.8) 15 1969 45°31′15.9″N 122°40′45.3″W / 45.521083°N 122.679250°W / 45.521083; -122.679250 (Union Bank Tower) Tallest building constructed in Portland in the 1960s.[85][86]
23 Twelve West Twelve West building.jpg 266 (81.1) 22 2009 45°31′20.1″N 122°41′1.6″W / 45.522250°N 122.683778°W / 45.522250; -122.683778 (Twelve West) [87][88]
24 Aster Tower[d] Hassalo on Eighth close - Portland, Oregon.JPG 265 (80.8) 21 2015 45°31′49″N 122°39′25.6″W / 45.53028°N 122.657111°W / 45.53028; -122.657111 (Aster Tower) [89]
The Meriwether, East Building[d] The Meriwether east tower from the south 2016.jpg 265 (80.8) 21 2006 45°29′51.4″N 122°40′6.6″W / 45.497611°N 122.668500°W / 45.497611; -122.668500 (The Meriwether, East Building) [90][91]
26 Umpqua Bank Plaza Umpqua Bank Headquarters - Portland, Oregon.JPG 263 (80.2) 19 1975 45°30′48.4″N 122°40′31.4″W / 45.513444°N 122.675389°W / 45.513444; -122.675389 (Umpqua Bank Plaza) [92][93]
27 200 Market 200 Market - Portland, Oregon.JPG 257 (78.3) 19 1973 45°30′41″N 122°40′43.9″W / 45.51139°N 122.678861°W / 45.51139; -122.678861 (200 Market) [94][95]
28 Harrison Tower Apartments, West Tower Harrison West Condominium Tower - Portland, Oregon.JPG 256 (78) 25 1965 45°30′37.6″N 122°40′45.5″W / 45.510444°N 122.679306°W / 45.510444; -122.679306 (Harrison Tower Apartments, West Tower) [96]
29 Benson Tower Benson-Tower-NW Portland-Oregon 2008-May.jpg 250 (76.2) 26 2007 45°30′52.7″N 122°41′9″W / 45.514639°N 122.68583°W / 45.514639; -122.68583 (Benson Tower) [97][98]

Tallest buildings by district

Portland has been divided into five districts since September 2, 1931.[99]

District Name Height
ft (m)
Floors Year Reference
North Schrunk Riverview Tower[d] 139 (42.3) 11 1971 [100]
Northeast Lloyd Center Tower 290 (88.4) 20 1981 [76]
Northwest Cosmopolitan on the Park 340 (103.6) 28 2016 [57]
Southeast Weatherly Building 175 (53.3) 12 1928 [101]
Southwest Wells Fargo Center 546 (166.4) 40 1973 [4]

Tallest under construction

As of August 2017, there are two buildings under construction in Portland that are planned to rise at least 250 feet (76 m).[12][13]

Name Height
ft (m)
Floors Year Notes
Multnomah County Central Courthouse 325 (99) 17 2020 Construction started in 2016.[13][102]
Broadway Tower 258 (78.5) 19 2018 Construction started in 2016.[103][104]

Timeline of tallest buildings

The American Bank Building stood as the tallest building in Portland from 1913 until 1927.

Since 1892, the year The Oregonian Building was completed,[8] the title of the tallest building in Portland has been held by nine high-rises.

Original name Years as tallest Height
ft (m)
Floors Reference
The Oregonian Building[e] 1892–1913 (21 years) 194 (59.1) 12 [8]
Yeon Building 1911–1913 (2 years) 194 (59.1) 15 [105]
American Bank Building 1913–1927 (14 years) 207 (63.1) 15 [106]
Public Service Building 1927–1962 (35 years) 220 (67.1) 16 [107]
Hilton Portland Hotel 1962–1965 (3 years) 241 (74.5) 22 [108]
Harrison Tower Apartments, West Tower 1965–1969 (4 years) 256 (78) 25 [96]
Union Bank Tower 1969–1970 (1 year) 268 (81.8) 15 [85]
Standard Insurance Center 1970–1972 (2 years) 367 (111.9) 27 [50]
Wells Fargo Center 1972–present (45 years) 546 (166.4) 40 [4]

See also

Notes

  1. ^ New York has 293 existing and under construction buildings over 492 feet (150 m),[14] Chicago has 128,[15] Miami has 56,[16] Houston has 39,[17] Los Angeles has 32,[18] San Francisco has 28,[19] Boston has 20,[20] Seattle has 20,[21] Dallas has 19,[22] Atlanta has 16,[23] Las Vegas has 15,[24] Philadelphia has 14,[25] Jersey City has 12,[26] Sunny Isles Beach has 11,[27] Pittsburgh has 10,[28] Minneapolis has 9,[29] Denver has 8,[30] Detroit has 8,[31] Charlotte has 7,[32] Austin has 5,[33] Columbus has 5,[34] and Portland has 4.[35]
  2. ^ If two or more buildings are of the same height, they are listed in order of floor count, then alphabetically. The "Year" column indicates the year in which a building was originally completed.
  3. ^ Originally constructed at a height of 270 feet (82 m), the building's height was extended in 2013.
  4. ^ a b c d Height estimated by Emporis.
  5. ^ Demolished in 1950.

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External links

  • Portland Skyscraper Diagram on SkyscraperPage
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