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State-of-the-art office/flex and warehouse/flex buildings located on an exclusive corporate campus with I-5 freeway visibility


Parkway Woods Business Park is professionally managed with well capitalized ownership.

  • Located between two major interchanges offering easy access to I-5 freeway where signage is prominently visible
  • Prominent monument signage visible from I-5
  • Expansive campus environment providing outdoor exercise facilities, on-site public transit stop, and adjacent forest and natural areas
  • 1.75 miles of walking trails
  • Prime Wilsonville location near Mentor Graphics, Xerox, Rockwell Collins, Sysco, Microsoft, as well as, Oregon Institute of Technology next door

Building 83

A freestanding state-of-the-art flex facility with a unique corporate campus identity.

  • 100,353 total SF industrial facility including approximately 14,550 SF of Class A office space, 46,000 SF of high bay warehouse space, and 39,803 SF of production space
  • Extensive manufacturing infrastructure in place including heavy electrical, climate control, and many other features which provide tremendous savings to occupants in the manufacturing sector

West End Building

Can achieve up to 6.5/1,000 parking ratio

  • 62,492 RSF (divisible) of high end flex/office space at a rate of $15.00 NNN
  • Highest parking ratio in Portland Metro, ideal for a large call center or other heavily parked Tenants.
  • Amenities include an exclusive expansive outdoor patio, large skylights, a large auditorium, an outdoor courtyard, 8 conference rooms, a cafeteria, weekly food carts, walking trails and more, providing a true campus feel


  • Planned Fitness Center and Lounge Area common to all Parkway Woods tenants
  • Planned food court with food carts
  • Large grass field for recreation
  • Jogging paths surrounding Parkway Woods Business Park
  • Located near Costco/Target shopping center with many restaurants & support services
  • On-Site “S.M.A.R.T.” Bus stop on property with free bus service to Wilsonville WES rail station and with routes to Tualatin Park and Ride and Barbur Blvd Transit Center


Building 83 Office Space Features

  • Approximately 14,550 SF of Class A office space
  • Extensive window line running the length of the office space providing an abundance of south-facing natural light to the office area
  • Open floor plan allowing for cubicle workstations with private offices and conference rooms adjoining open area
  • Attractive lobby area, giving the building a true ‘Corporate Headquarters’ appearance
  • Abundant parking available

Building 83 Production Space Features

  • 39,803 square feet of modern manufacturing/production space
  • Extensive manufacturing infrastructure in place
  • Heavy 277/480v electrical capacity distributed throughout the warehouse to multiple sub-panels allowing for shorter distribution lines to equipment
  • Fully climate controlled production area
  • Space is designed for manufacturing with ample lighting, multiple employee restroom/break facilities, production floor offices, and many other features
  • Back-up generator serving the building
  • 46,000 SF finished product/warehouse storage area with up to 50’ clear heights and storage racking in place
  • 8 dock high loading doors


Building 83

West End Building

Site Plan


Building 83: 26440 SW Parkway Ave, Wilsonville, OR
West End Building: 26600 SW Parkway Ave, Wilsonville, OR

  • Wilsonville is very business-friendly and offers affordable employee housing and access to strong local labor pool
  • The City of Wilsonville provides FREE public, bus transportation within the city limits, as well as connections to the Portland light rail system via WES (commuter rail)
  • Building is located in an “Urban Renewal District” offering potential tax incentives for qualifying businesses
  • Parkway Woods Business Park is located between two major interchanges offering easy access I-5 freeway
  • Many Fortune 500 Companies have chosen Wilsonville to locate their businesses, including: McKesson, Microsoft, Coca-Cola, Rite Aid, Xerox, FLIR Systems, Sysco Foods
  • Oregon Institute of Technology has a campus located next door. OIT is the Pacific Northwest’s premier public institute of technology providing access to skilled and highly trained labor force

Why Oregon?

Oregon and Wilsonville Business Attraction Programs and Information

Oregon boasts a diverse and one-of-a-kind culture with a highly qualified workforce making it an ideal location for expansion or relocation. Oregon’s central location on the I-5 spine on the West Coast provides it with a central location to serve the Oregon, Washington, SW Canada, California, and Idaho markets. Its lower cost of living, business incentives, and favorable tax environment make it an optimal location when considering your company’s next expansion.

Oregon Advantages for Business

Environmental Advantage Oregon is a leader in sustainability in the US and the air and water here are cleaner and more abundant which leads to healthier employees and lower risk. Also, we have abundant water (which provides hydroelectricity) so our electricity is secure long term and we have very little risk of water shortage, earthquakes, etc. If you believe in global warming, Oregon looks like a good spot.

Wages and Livability Oregon has a lower cost of living and therefore lower average wages. This is one of the drivers of the workforce and population growth in Oregon.

Lower electrical rates 6 cents per KWH compared with 6.7 cent national average and 11 cent average in California. Our power is not only secured by hydro electricity and other diverse, sustainable energy generation, but we are currently almost ½ of the cost of California.

State Tax Climate Check out this page, Oregon is ranked 11th out of 50 states, California is ranked 48th.

No Sales Tax
Lowers the cost of living for employees.

Economic Incentives/Enterprise Zones Many programs available for qualifying businesses to take advantage of tax savings and other economic incentives.

Market Access (Air, Ports, Freeways) Parkway Woods provides access to several different modes of transportation including air, ports, freeways, and intermodal

Commercial Real Estate in PDX Greater Portland's reasonable rents allow new businesses to enter the market, and the region's affordability helps ensure a dynamic, diverse mix of companies.

Salem, the state capital, is a short 30 minute drive away

Downtown Portland Ranked Oregon as the 6th Best State for Future Job Growth in 2015
Oregon’s job growth has increased 2.4% annually, which is the sixth best growth in the U.S.
Oregon ranked #3 by Forbes Magazine on its 2015 list of “The Best Places For Business and Careers”
Cost of Doing Business: 11% below national average
For the third consecutive year, Oregon holds on to the No. 1 spot as "Top Moving Destination"
According to United Van Lines 2013, 2014 and 2015 Annual National Movers study which tracks state to state migration