SE Ankeny St Owner/User Opportunity

10150 SE Ankeny St Portland, OR 97216

10150 SE Ankeny St, Portland, OR, 97216
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10150 SE Ankeny St, Portland, OR, 97216
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Apr 25, 2019


  • This building is on the TriMet bus route 15 with a stop located just half a block away, the MAX Blue and Green line are at the Gateway Transit Center on 99th, three blocks away.
  • Near I-205 and one block south of Burnside St.
  • CX Zoning (Central Commercial)
  • Elevator served
  • 14 off street parking stalls


This is an exceptional space for an owner/user with improvements including roof, siding, and elevator installation. For the last 11 years, a CPA firm has occupied the space and prior to that, an Enrolled Agent occupied the space for 10 years. This building is perfect for law firms, CPAs, outpatient medical procedures, nonprofits, and more.

The location is easily accessible by mass transit with both the MAX Blue Line, Green Line, and multiple bus stops in the TriMet Gateway transit center on 99th Ave. It's also conveniently located just a few blocks away from I-205. Nearby you'll find the busy retail hub, Mall 205, where multiple big box stores, smaller retailers, and many restaurants reside. Additionally, Adventist hospital, a 350 bed trauma facility is located just 5 blocks away, a post office two blocks away and the Police Precinct is located less than 10 blocks away.

Year Built: 1980
Building Size: 5004.0sq ft
Building Class: C
Lot Size: 0.0 acres

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