Community :: In the Mix

Coming in May to the coveted “Duderanch Ballroom” is NuMark Office Interiors.  NuMark is a “full-service commercial furnishings dealership providing clients with a broad range of interior product and furniture service solutions.”  There’s some synchronicity at work in getting this group into the old jazz club, as General Manager Randy Ito has some jazz history himself (you’ll have to ask him).  He’s already known affectionately around the Leftbank office as “Ballroom Randy.”

The breathtaking 3rd floor is probably even more beautiful than the last time you looked.  Beginning this past weekend, Sockeye Creative is moving their operation to Leftbank.  An integrated brand creative agency, they say, “Think of us as a physical trainer for your brand.  We’ll whip it into the best shape of its life.  All muscle.  No fat.  That’s where the metaphor ends.  You won’t catch us checking ourselves out in the mirror.”

Stop by and welcome the new neighbors when you have a chance.  We couldn’t be more pleased to have them on board.

suite 115

suite 115 is home to Oregon Latino Health Coalition.

Established in 2004, the Oregon Latino Health Coalition is a collaboration of individuals and organizations dedicated to promoting health and wellness and reducing Latino health disparities through advocacy, prevention, education, and sharing of resources.

Facilitec

ios provides workspace solutions for your environment.

suite 308

suite 308 is the home of ORANGEWALLstudios architecture + planning

ORANGEWALLstudios architecture and planning offers a collaborative design process for each client. We provide architecture and interior design services for health care, institutional, commercial, retail and residential clients, working closely with you to design your entire building or a custom piece of furniture.

 

suite 129

suite 129 is home to Portland Farmers Market.

Portland Farmers Market was founded in 1992 by a small group of community activists who wanted “to bring the best of the country to the heart of the city.” The original Saturday market at Albers Mill had 13 vendors. Several of those first vendors still sell at PFM. By 2006, PFM had grown to 3 downtown weekly markets with vendor sales in excess of $5 million. In 2006, the market organizers added the management of a fourth market – the Eastbank Farmers Market.

The goals in 1992 were the same as the goals are today – to create venues where local farmers can connect directly with Portland consumers, to build community in an urban setting, and to provide public education on regional farming, gardening and food preparation.

suite 128

suite 128 is home to GamePlan & OWET.

GamePlan is a consulting firm specializing in management and growth strategy, and marketing communications for mission-driven organizations.

Oregon Wave Energy Trust (OWET) is a nonprofit, public-private partnership that is helping to responsibly develop ocean energy by connecting stakeholders, supporting research and development, and engaging in public outreach and policy work.

suite 126

suite 126 is home to Reverie.

At Reverie, we believe that sleep is an essential part of being at your best. Too many people don’t know how to get a good night sleep, or think that quality sleep just means waking up pain-free or somewhat rested. We know it means so much more. It’s about waking up rejuvenated, refreshed, and ready for your day!

suite 122

suite 122 is home to Leftbank Development.

Leftbank Development takes on a single adaptive reuse project at a time.

suite 215

suite 215 is home to Strategies 360.

Targeted strategic communications to position you for success, no matter what the challenge. With offices in 10 Western states and Washington, D.C., and deep expertise in industry sectors and service areas, we create the environment for business and public policy success for our clients

suite 214

suite 214 is home to the Upstream Public Health.

Upstream Public Health is an non-profit promotes the health of all Oregonians by advocating for bold, innovative policies that will create communities where people can thrive. At Upstream, we look at the sources of today’s major health problems; identify creative, evidenced-based policy solutions that will address those root causes; and campaign to make them law by educating policy makers and the media about how our solutions will make people live longer and reduce future health care costs.