Rockwood has a population with tremendous entrepreneurial spirit
It also has the youngest median age, greatest diversity and highest concentration of immigrants of any town center in the metro area. Whether your business dream is to operate a weekend pop-up shop or open the doors to your brick and mortar store, we’ve got a space for you!
Call Robyn Stowers at 503-618-2219
Flexible opportunities to meet your business dream
Established businesses: larger tenant spaces ranging from 3,500-4,000 square feet.
Specialized grocery stores: smaller retail spaces for local food such as meat, produce and prepared foods, ranging from 1,000-4,000 square feet.
Spaces for new businesses: subsidized retail space for emerging young businesses ranging from pop-up shops to food stalls.
Public kitchen: commercial kitchen space for production and catering.
Wrap-around services: assistance and incentives to help you meet your business dream.
Why open a business here?
Customers: 22,449 people live within 1 mile
Young: 27 median age
Diverse: 60+ languages spoken; 50% non-white residents
Accessible: 7.9 million MAX riders per year travel through Rockwood Station, steps away from Rockwood Rising
Location: Less than 2 miles to I-84; 8 miles to PDX airport; 12 miles to downtown Portland
Little competition: No chain grocery store in the neighborhood
You bring the ideas. We’ll bring the resources.
Lease negotiation assistance.
Small business training program through anchor tenant Mt. Hood Community College.
Access to computers, cameras and other equipment through anchor tenant MetroEast Community Media.
Employment resources through anchor tenant WorkSource Oregon.