BPM Real Estate to bring Ritz-Carlton to Portland, Ore.

BPM Real Estate Group's upcoming 35-story mixed-use tower will house The Ritz-Carlton, Portland. Photo credit: GBD Architects

Marriott International and BPM Real Estate Group signed an agreement to open the first The Ritz-Carlton hotel in Portland, Ore. The hotel will be housed in BPM’s nearly $600 million, 35-story mixed-use tower.

Construction on the hotel is scheduled to begin later this year, with an opening slated for early 2023. Under the arrangement, The Ritz-Carlton brand will manage 251 hotel rooms and 138 residential units, including eight penthouses. The hotel will feature a fitness center, full-service spa and swimming pool. The Ritz-Carlton Residences will provide additional amenities, such as an eighth-floor owner’s lounge and fitness facility.

BPM’s tower will also include multiple food-and-beverage venues, 13,000 square feet of meeting space, retail space and high-end office space. The site is a few blocks from Pioneer Courthouse Square and Pioneer Place and within walking distance of the city’s central business district and the Pearl District.

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