Marshall-Wells Lofts In The Pearl District

The Marshall-Wells Lofts  1420 NW Lovejoy St, Portland OR 97209

Marshall Wells Lofts Portland OR

The Marshall-Wells Lofts on the corner of 14th and Lovejoy are in a historic building located on the Northwest end of the Pearl District.  Originally built in 1910, this beautifully renovated historic Portland loft project consists of 164 condominium units on 7 floors.

Added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1989, this historic warehouse was once a Marshall Wells Hardware Company building.   It is the only surviving building of the three that the company owned and housed all of the basics of a hardware store of the time.   In 2001, The Business Journal wrote an article about the renovation of the building expressing the eagerness of the neighborhood for the project:

Pearl District Neighborhood Association spokeswoman Guenevere Millius said renovation of the dilapidated, dreary warehouse is welcome. “This is one of the better uses we’ve seen,” she said. “It will bring life to the neighborhood.”

Marshall Wells Lofts AtriumSo what should one expect from a loft in this historic building?  Pearl District lofts are known for their wide open spaces, and The Marshall-Wells Lofts deliver in the most authentic way.  These lofts already were genuine Portland lofts originally. High ceilings and lots of natural light pouring in from its large industrial windows even on a Portland dreary day.

Are you interested in seeing Marshall-Wells Lofts for sale? We are happy to help you buy or sell your next property. Please call/text/email us if you are interested in any of the gorgeous Pearl District Lofts or other Portland Condos.  Call Kayla Cooper at 503-336-7063 or email Kayla@CooperJacobs.com.  We are Portland Realtors and specialize in Portland neighborhoods, waterfront, and luxury homes.


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Irving Street Lofts

The Irving Street Lofts In The Pearl District

Irving Street Lofts

Located at 1314 NW Irving Street, this 8 story historic Portland building was built in 1924-1925 and went though three phases in its history of service.  It initially was a warehouse and occupied by a couple pharmaceutical companies through the years.  It then was converted to apartments in 1988 and  condominium lofts in 1995.  It is located in the Northwest 13th Ave Historic District and was designed by the local prominent architectural firm Sutton & Whitney of reinforced concrete construction.

There are 86 units at The Irving Street Lofts including 2 commercial units on the first floor and 84 residential units.  The building features a rooftop deck, BBQ area, meeting room,  library, community garden, open floor plans, flexible spaces, and lots of light from the early industrial sized windows.  High exposed industrial ceilings and sleek finish work make this a must see, plus the rooftop is stunning.

A few important notes when looking at Irving Street Lofts in The Pearl District:

  • No pets over 15 pounds
  • Residential use only except for the two commercial units
  • Rent cap of 30% observed
  • The HOA is strong and well organized which is evidenced by their informational site.

Are you interested in seeing any Irving Street Lofts for sale? We are happy to help you buy or sell your next property. Please call/text/email us if you are interested in any of the gorgeous Pearl District Lofts or other Portland Condos.

Kayla Cooper at 503-336-7063 or Kayla@CooperJacobs.com.  We are Portland Realtors and specialize in Portland neighborhoods, waterfront, and luxury homes.


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