Creative Office / Floral Studio / Cold Kitchen


1,446 SF Available 9/1/15



  • 1,446 SF - Turnkey, 1st Floor
  • Dedicated Entrance
  • 2 Glass Roll-Up Doors 
  • 2 compartment sink / kitchenette
  • Additional buildout potential
  • $18/SF/Year + CAM
  • Full HVAC 
  • Flexible Lease Terms

Building Amenities Include:  Parking, Interior Bike Parking, Shared Conference Rm, Shower

577 SF Artist Studio


Need a quiet place to create?

Inline space perfect for artist or photography studio

557SF, 2nd Floor Suite - Creative office or artist/photographers studio. 
12' ceilings and floorplan perfect for long distance shooting capacity

  • Full HVAC & Utilities included
  • High ceilings
Ford Building Amenities Include:
  • Wired for Fiber Hi-Speed Internet through Comcast and Century Link
  • 24/7 access
  • Shared Conference Room
  • Showers
  • Transit Hub : Near future Clinton Orange Line stop, Interior Bike Parking, Visitor and Tenant Parking, Cycle and Scooter Parking

Co-Tenants include Ford Food + Drink, Nutcase Helmets, Frank Creative, Pinterest & many more!



Beautiful Yoga / Pilates / Barre Studio Available NOW!

Suite 120 - Available NOW!


Totalling 3,001 SF, this large, day-lit studio is located in the historic Ford Building. With a Division Street store front, this studio offers great exposure to thriving SE Division Street.  

  • Full HVAC & Utilities included
  • Laminate wood flooring
  • 2 changing rooms
  • Close access to showers and restrooms
  • North facing windows and skylights
  • Kitchenette
  • Mirrored walls and bar
  • Near future Clinton Orange Line stop
  • Bike Parking, Visitor and Tenant Parking, Cycle and Scooter Parking


Co-Tenants include Ford Food + Drink, Pushdot Studios, Blaq Paks, Vinnie's at the Ford, Duchess Clothier and Fox Fire Teas.

Ford District Haps

New street art in the making!  If you're wandering around 10th and Division today, you'll see a bit of action going down in the West Division parking area; Get the scoop below.


One Grand Gallery in conjunction with the Inside Out Project and the Children's Healing Art Project present "The Healing Power of Art"


Nutcase Helmets in Sports Illustrated

Nutcase Checkerboard bike and skate helmet

Congrats to Nutcase Helmets on the company's recent feature on the Sports Illustrated blog. It's great to see hard work rewarded with this kind of national recognition. Keep it up everybody, can't wait to see what's in store for you all next!

OPEN FORD - June 6th @ The Ford Building, 6-10pm


Welcome to the First OPEN FORD! Sounds like First Friday @ the Ford you might say…it is but it isn't. This being the first official event, OPEN FORD is a voluntary, grassroots, tenant-driven initiative to leverage and amplify the creativity and excitement of the Ford District community.  This being the FIRST event, the event incorporates Ford Building tenants but will hopefully incorporate larger Ford District area businesses and creative community on a more regular basis.

WHY THE FORD BOTHER?
In short: Because we can... and we should! As tenants of the Ford Building, we are fortunate to feast off the creative energy of others within our orbit; as artists and entrepreneurs, we are constantly seeking a wider audience for our ideas and offerings; and as business owners and operators, we know that fostering connections and actively growing our businesses leads to an ever-stronger community... and a beefier bottom line.

GREAT - SO, HOW THE FORD DO WE DO THAT?
Beginning on Friday, June 6, 2014, from 6pm - 10pm, and at some interval-to-be- determined thereafter (current thinking is focused on Portland Design Week in September), those individuals and firms who are willing and able will open their doors to clients, collaborators, families and friends... and we’ll see where it goes from there.

FAQ:
WHO’S IN CHARGE OF THIS HERE SHIN-DIG?
Short Answer: No one is in charge.
Sightly-Less-Obfuscatory Answer: Open Ford is a purely-collaborative, open-source, leader-free “virtual entity” - it surrounds us and guides us, paving the way to a brighter tomorrow, well after our hangovers clear up - but it may also “strongly recommend” that we tidy up after ourselves and take out the trash... so we think that it’s a little bit like Your Mom in that respect.

I’M BUSY/OUT OF TOWN/ANTI-SOCIAL/NOT-SO-SURE; DO I HAVE TO PARTICIPATE?
Open Ford is COMPLETELY VOLUNTARY.
If you and/or your firm are overbooked, we salute you for having something better/more- remunerative to do on a Friday night, and might be able to recommend some super- efficient planning and scheduling apps too, for a modest fee of course. If you/your firm are reclusive and/or antisocial, you probably will not enjoy this event, and we would hate to put you in a tough spot... but if you’re just unsure if it’s a good idea, then you might want to come as a secret, non-tenant “guest” in disguise, and pretend to do some due diligence while drinking everyone else’s beer for free.

DOES THE FORD OWNERSHIP/MANAGEMENT HAVE ANY IDEA WHAT’S ABOUT TO HAPPEN?
Yes - despite our best efforts, Ford Building ownership and management have been kept well-informed of this event, and have agreed for the most part to “look the other way”... as long as we don’t make too much of a racket and/or mess.

YOU KEEP SAYING “WE” - WHO THE HECK IS “WE”??
Approximately: andy warfel design&creative, Crowd Compass, Drawbridge Creative, ELK Collective, Frank Creative, Homeland Gallery, Kathleen O’Brien Attorney, Nourish Integrative Massage, Nutcase Helmets, Julie M. Smircic Counseling... and, hopefully, YOU TOO!!!