Status of County Owned and Declared Surplus Real Property

(Note: Tax Foreclosed Property, including auction property, can be found here:  https://multco.us/taxtitle)

UPDATED: August 2018

NEXT UPDATE:  September 2018


Central Courthouse

By Resolution 2018-032 passed on April 19, 2018, the Board of County Commissioners declared the Central Courthouse property located at 1021 SW 4th Avenue, Portland, Oregon, as Surplus Property and authorized the Facilities and Property Management Division to commence the Surplus Property Process. 

The County extended public comment on the Central Courthouse until June 18, 2018. The comment period has closed. Comments will be used to inform the Multnomah County Board of Commissioners as they make their decision on the disposition of the property. Public comments can also be submitted at a future board meeting where the disposition will be considered for a vote. 

For more information, visit our Frequently Asked Questions page. 

PLEASE DO NOT DISTURB BUILDING OCCUPANTS

For sale information please contact: 

Graham Taylor - 503-221-4830; Graham.Taylor@cbre.com Charles Safley - 503-221-4824; Charles.Safley@cbre.com

See the news release about the disposition process.


Gladys McCoy Building

By Resolution 2018-033 passed on April 19, 2018, the Board of County Commissioners declared the Gladys McCoy Building property located at 426 SW Stark Street, Portland, Oregon, as Surplus Property and authorized the Facilities and Property Management Division to commence the Surplus Property Process. 

The County extended public comment on the Gladys McCoy Building until June 18, 2018, but the comment period is now closed. Comments will be used to inform the Multnomah County Board of Commissioners as they make their decision on the disposition of the property. Public comments can also be made at a future board meeting on disposition of the property. 

For more information, visit our Frequently Asked Questions page.

PLEASE DO NOT DISTURB BUILDING OCCUPANTS

For sale information please contact: 

Graham Taylor - 503-221-4830; Graham.Taylor@cbre.com Charles Safley - 503-221-4824; Charles.Safley@cbre.com

See the news release about the disposition process.


Central Office

By Resolution 2018-072 passed on June 21, 2018, the Board of County Commissioners approved the sale of the Central Office Building, 421 SE 10th Avenue, Portland, Oregon, to Samnick Holdings LLC.   

By Resolution 2018-022 passed on March 8, 2018, the Board of County Commissioners declared the Central Office property located at 421 SE 10th Avenue, Portland, Oregon, as Surplus Property and authorized the Facilities and Property Management Division to commence the Surplus Property Process. 

The County sought public comment on the Central Office Building from March 9, 2018, to June 13, 2018.  The comment period is now closed.  Comments are used to inform the Multnomah County Board of Commissioners as they make their decision on the disposition of the property.  

PLEASE DO NOT DISTURB BUILDING OCCUPANTS

For sale information please contact: 

Graham Taylor - 503-221-4830; Graham.Taylor@cbre.com Charles Safley - 503-221-4824; Charles.Safley@cbre.com

Download the  Central Office Resolution 2018-022 (29.19 KB)


Wapato Facility 

UPDATE:  The sale of Wapato to Kehoe Northwest Properties, LLC was finalized and recorded on April 19, 2018. See the news release about the sale.

Multnomah County Wapato Facility, 14355 North Bybee Lake Court, Portland, Oregon 97203.

Download the Wapato RFI Response June 2014 (1.1 MB)

Download the   Wapato RFI Final Release (8.37 MB).


North Williams Center

Contact: fpm.surplus@multco.us

PLEASE DO NOT DISTURB OCCUPANTS

UPDATE: On April 20, 2016 the City of Portland announced the awarding of several affordable housing projects under its spring Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) competition.  As part of its commitment to affordable housing, the County has contributed the N. Williams site to the City’s NOFA award in the Interstate Corridor Urban Renewal Area.  The project was awarded to Bridge Housing Corp. and will include 61 units of affordable housing plus supportive services for residents and a possible partnership with Albertina Kerr to provide programming for developmentally disabled residents. 

Download the North Williams Surplus Property Sheet (106.04 KB).

Download the  North Williams Center Easement and Equitable Servitude (750.78 KB).

BACKGROUND: By Resolution 2013-060 (53.8 KB), dated May 16, 2013, the Board declared the North Williams Center property, located at 2124 N. Williams, Portland, Oregon, as Surplus Property and authorized Facilities and Property Management Division to commence the Surplus Property Process.  The vocational training center for developmentally disabled County residents is located on approximately 1.15 acres and fully acquired on September 30, 2013.  It is currently leased to Albertina Kerr Centers. 

By Resolution 2015-019, dated March 12, 2015, the Board accepted the North Williams Center Supplemental Surplus Property Report March 2015 (2.54 MB)

The Resolution directed Facilities, working with Commission Staff, County Attorney, and other identified stakeholders to expeditiously pursue the disposition of the Property through the development and issuance of a Request for Proposals (“RFP”) for its acquisition and redevelopment as affordable housing.  A RFP has been issued through the City of Portland Housing Bureau Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) on October 27, 2015.  This website is the channel of information related to the RFP/NOFA.  On October 22, 2015 the Multnomah County Board of Commissioners approved in Resolution 2015-113 the conveyance of the property at no cost for affordable housing. 

Information regarding the October 2015 NOFA including the Resource Library for property due diligence is available here.


Edgefield North

UPDATE:  On July 26, 2016 this property was sold.  The County retained a small non-transferable interest in the property to maintain its CROPS program.

By Resolution 2014-056 (1.02 MB), dated May 22, 2014, the Board of County Commissioners approved the Sale of Edgefield North to Michael McMenamin. 


Hansen Building

Contact: fpm.surplus@multco.us

UPDATE:  On July 22, 2016 this property was opened as a temporary homeless shelter under the City of Portland’s emergency homeless declaration.

The Hansen Building and surrounding property was declared Surplus by Resolution 04-169, dated November 18, 2004. The property is being studied to clarify its future use to the County.