Lloyd Center Tower

The Lloyd Center Tower is an 88-meter (290 foot) tall office tower in the Lloyd District of Portland, Oregon. At 20 stories, it is the tallest building in Oregon outside downtown Portland.

Lloyd Center Tower
Lloyd Center Tower from street level
Location within Portland, Oregon
General information
TypeCommercial offices
LocationPortland, Oregon
Coordinates45.5319°N 122.6574°W / 45.5319; -122.6574
Roof88 m (289 ft)
Technical details
Floor count20
Design and construction
ArchitectJohn Graham & Associates

It was designed by John Graham & Associates and was completed in 1981. Companies who have occupied the tower include Durst Buildings Corp., who sold the tower to PacifiCorp in 1994. PacifiCorp sold the 50% of the office space in the tower in 1995 to Ashforth Pacific, Inc. A skybridge connects the high-rise to Lloyd Center across Northeast 9th Avenue.

In 2001, the building was given the local and regional Earth Award by the Building Owners and Managers Association. In 2007, Integra Telecom moved their headquarters into some of the upper floors of the Lloyd Center Tower.[1]

See also


  1. Culverwell, Wendy (August 24, 2007). "Fresh off some big moves, Integra signs large lease". Portland Business Journal. Retrieved 2009-07-23.

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