Pine Street Market quickly re-energized an entire downtown neighborhood. The transformation of what was an underutilized building into a prime food destination hits at the heart of the ethos of Portland and what is possible with thoughtful re-development. The careful adaptive reuse of this Structure has brought community together and continues to do so with enthusiasm.

Pine Street Market was delivered by Northwest Sustainable Properties and Siteworks Design Build in 2016. It is Portland’s first food hall and Mayor Charlie Hales came out to cut the ribbon with Jean-Pierre Veillet to mark the event. Pine Street Market features an open floor plan with common seating surrounded by nine restaurants featuring the top chefs and restaurant operators in the city. In addition to the market there is 19,000 square feet of high tech office space, also designed and built by Jean Pierre and his team at Siteworks. It has been written about nationally and awarded locally for both its high quality historic preservation (2016 Art Demuro) , and delicious food hall (2016 Portland’s Retail Development of the year), curated by Feast founder Mike Thelin. 

Pine Street Market is a 28,500 square foot building built in 1886 and located in what was the historic Baggage and Carriage Building. Pine Street Market qualified for Historic Tax credits. The Market is just blocks from Portland’s waterfront, and you are welcome any time.

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Exterior of a blue and white building at dusk