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Heathman Hotel

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Identification

Heathman Hotel
New Heathman Hotel
218293

Map

Structure in General

low-rise building
existing [completed]
concrete
brick
terra-cotta
light orange orange dark orange
neo-classicism

Usages

hotel
restaurant fitness center

Facts

  • The hotel has 8 private dining rooms on the Mezzanine accommodating up to 150 people.
  • The hotel features: complimentary high speed internet access, French press and tea service, and morning newspapers for each guestroom.
  • Preceding the 1984 renovation, the Heathman had 225 rooms; post the renovation, the room count was reduced to 160, and that number has since been further cut to 151.
  • The building has been listed in the National Register of Historic Places since February 16, 1984.
  • In 2004, Heathman Hotel was featured in the Conde Nast Gold list and Travel + Leisure's Top 500 in the world list.
  • Mark Stevenson purchased the the hotel in 1982 and renovated it two years later.
  • The US $16 million 1984 renovation was completed by Carter Case Associates of Portland, and Andrew Delfino of San Francisco.
  • A mezzanine bar and library were added to the Heathman in 1989.
  • The Rim Hotel Group and Taylor-Clark, Inc. purchased the hotel in September 2000 from the Stevenson family of Bingen, Washington reportedly for $25 million.
  • The London-based Taylor-Clark, Inc. became the only owner of the property on December 15, 2005, after it paid an undisclosed amount to buy out its former partner.
  • The hotel was dedicated on December 17, 1927.

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Location

1001-1031 SW Broadway
700-712 SW Salmon Street
1001 SW Broadway
97205
Downtown
Downtown
Portland
Oregon
U.S.A.

Technical Data

112.00 ft
10
1927
2

Involved Companies


A.E. Doyle
DeYoung and Roald

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