The New York Times recently published an article profiling Heartline, one of the Pearl District’s exciting new developments that brings office, apartments, and the city’s best retailers to the ever burgeoning neighborhood.
Heartline is perfectly situated at what Security Properties’ John Marasco calls “ground zero in the Pearl District”. Comprised of two buildings on one city block, located between NW Kearney and Johnson Streets on NW 12th and 13th Avenues, the development team at Security Properties identified and capitalized on the opportunity to make their impact on the Pearl District.
Retail and Office Tenants jumped on the new opportunities to establish a presence in a fairly established neighborhood. QuickFish, Kure Juice, and another soon-to-be-announced retailer signed leases for ground floor retail space, while Vacasa committed to leasing 61,000 square feet of upper floor office space.
Urban Works brokers Dan Bozich and Brian Greeley are diligently working to fill the remaining ground floor vacancies with a tenant-mix that is as perfect for the neighborhood as Heartline itself. Urban Works is excited to be part of the present and future successes of Security Properties in Portland.
View the original New York Times article here.
More information on Heartline here.