Welcome to the Wildlife Blocks. A collection of work spaces inspired by Portland’s creative culture and the beauty of the Pacific Northwest. Located just East of the Burnside Bridge, the Buck and Bison Buildings combine timber and steel of the WWII era, with modern industrial design. Walls of windows, skylights and bay doors open to the great outdoors. High ceilings and open floorplans invite collaboration with the freedom to customize the environment to suit your work. Your team. Your vibe. The buildings are armed for tomorrow’s technology. And natural light floods the space to fuel energy and creativity. We’ve curated a spirit here, and invite like-minds to join us.
Six incredible spaces feature concrete floors, old growth timber beams, 10 to 30 foot ceilings and a mix of amenities including: industrial artifacts such as bridge cranes and boilers, spacious conference rooms and glass bay doors.
Five light-filled spaces feature multi-level floor plans, exposed concrete & brick walls, 12 to 40 foot ceilings and a mix of amenities including: industrial artifacts such as jib cranes and bank vaults, showers and large bays doors that open to the outside.
Adjacent to the Buck Building, the Bear Block has parking stalls available for lease by tenants of the Wildlife Blocks.
Located in Northeast Portland, just beyond the congestion of the downtown core, the Wildlife Blocks occupy a quiet corner of the Central Eastside Industrial District.
Burnside is a main thoroughfare through the fast-changing neighborhood where building conversions and new construction are multiplying residential and commercial space. New shops pop up every month alongside eateries, watering holes and specialty retail. Walk to the Max line and Moda Center. Or hop on I84 with fast access to PDX.
1. Spirit of 77
Best pre-Blazer game meet up spot.
2. woodworkers supply
Keeping the craftsman outfitted and the neighborhood legit.
3. ristretto roasters
A coffeehouse offering small-batch specialty brews and pastries in spacious digs.
Curated modern men's clothing that brings emerging fashion to Portland.
5. ron toms
A great spot for any mood and any size party.
6. sizzle pie
A PDX standard on both the east and west sides.
Experimental French cuisine punctuated with the unexpected. And killer cocktails.
8. Cup and BaR
Portland’s first coffee and chocolate tasting room.
9. hattie's vintage
One-of-a-kind, hand-selected pieces to complete your look.
10. BOSSANOVA BALLROOM
A classic makes a comeback and Portland is thrilled!
11. Le Pigeon
Celebrated chef Gabriel Rucker deftly blends classic French cuisine with new world creativity.
A classic coffee stop where locals hang art and you feel like a neighbor.
13. Seven Sisters
Creative, independent fashion with hidden gems.
14. DOUG FIR
From culture vultures, to music lovers, to diner devotees – this great music venue, bar, and restaurant always satisfies.
15. jupiter hotel
This iconic hotel is a cheap and cheerful example of the original hipster motor lodge.
16. Columbia Art Supply
One of the last independent art and drafting supply stores, this place is a real treat.
17. Fire on the Mountain
A local favorite barbecue chain that always packs a punch.
18. the Whole 9 Yards
When only the best will do, these fabric and furnishing experts can help you create anything.
19. Hey Love
International cocktails and snacks in modern, tropical interiors. Disco balls abound.
20. Knot Springs
Portland’s social club for health, wellness, and happiness.
21. 11:11 Supply
Products and workshops for crafting a badass life.
Spins on Korean street fare, inventive cocktails, and the best fried chicken you’ll ever have.
23. Delicious Donuts
Our secret spot for Portland’s best donuts.
24. Elvis Room
Casual dishes and cocktails served in a “Portland-weird” Elvis-inspired space.