For 38 years, Meyer Memorial Trust leased office space in downtown Portland, beginning at 1515 Market Square, where the Fred Meyer Charitable Trust first opened its doors in 1982. In 2004, Meyer moved to a space in the Pearl District — at the time, an area filled mostly with industrial lots and warehouses — where it remained for more than 15 years. In Spring 2018, Meyer announced a plan to move from its leased office space to a 25,000-square-foot plot of land at the southwest corner of North Tillamook Street and North Vancouver Avenue, just northeast of the Broadway Bridge. The construction project for Meyer's home has office space for more than 40 employees and features a library, educational garden and convening space for all-hands collaboration with community partners was completed in October 2020.

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Contact: Oonagh Morgan
Morgan Communications
email: oonagh [at] morgancomms.agency
(503) 887-4345

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Media Coverage

• Meyer Memorial Trust's new headquarters opens (Photos)
Portland Business Journal | October 22, 2020

• Meyer Adopts Advanced Equity and Sustainability Approach in Construction of New Portland Headquarters
The Skanner | October 22, 2020

• Chandra Robinson, LEVER Architecture
Daily Journal of Commerce | October 14, 2019

• Team preparing to build new home for nonprofit
Daily Journal of Commerce | July 31, 2019

Meyer Memorial Trust Breaks Ground on North Portland Campus
The Skanner | July 30, 2019

• Meyer Memorial Trust to build new headquarters on North Portland tow lot
The Oregonian | March 23, 2018

Meyer Memorial Trust to Relocate  
The Skanner | March 21, 2018

 

Our History

Explore Meyer’s 38 year history on our timeline.