Oregon Trail Building

The Lumbermen's Building is an office building located at 333 SW Fifth Avenue in Downtown . It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places on September 12, 1996.

Landmarks in the Area

Talos No. 2 is an outdoor 1959–1977 bronze sculpture created by the American artist James Lee Hansen.

Floribunda is an outdoor 1998 bronze sculpture by American artist Mark Calderon, installed in , United States.

The Bank of California Building, also known as the Durham & Bates Building and currently the Three Kings Building, is a historic former bank building in downtown , United States.

Daddy Long Legs is an outdoor 2006 painted aluminum sculpture by Mel Katz, located in , United States.

Oregon State University is a public research university in .

Localities in the Area

The Rose Quarter is a 30-acre sports and entertainment district located in Portland's Lloyd District on the east bank of the Willamette River, just east of downtown.

Southwest Hills is a neighborhood in the West Hills in the southwest section of , , .

Ladd's Addition is an inner southeast historic district of , United States.

Hillside is a Northwest neighborhood in the city's West Hills.

Marquam Hill is a populated hill located just south of Downtown Portland, , in the Homestead neighborhood.

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