Located on a busy stretch of Division Street in Portland Oregon, these four buildings are a focal point of the neighborhood. Whether you’re looking for a unique shopping experience at Little Otsu or grabbing frozen yogurt at Eb & Bean, D Street Village has you covered.
Before the redevelopment of these buildings, they were a vacant grocery store. During that process, there was a focus on making the buildings a part of the community, not just cookie cutter spaces you could find anywhere. Assistant Real Estate Manager Hunter Daniels has been a patron of many of these businesses for years and since he started working on this portfolio, he’s enjoyed getting a look behind the scenes at how the tenants operate.
D Street Village is a highly sought after building, with an excellent reputation. NAI Elliott broker Rudy Puente points out that the ownership and landlord is very involved in maintaining a high quality building and tenancy. There are many tenants that have been there for years because they enjoy the environment and the opportunity to grow within the series of buildings as their business grows.
After signing a lease, Rudy doesn’t see that as the end of the relationship with a tenant. He’s always a phone call away when there’s a question or someone looking for advice. Rudy views this as part of the community feel that ownership is striving for, and a tenant can expect excellent service from the very beginning of their time at D Street.