AMENITIES

Historic Elegance, Modern Convenience

There is nothing else like it in Eugene.

Erected in just under a year's time by 100 men working every day, The Miner Building opened its doors to tenants on March 1st, 1925. Since then, it has watched Eugene transform as buildings around it in every direction have risen and fallen. The structural integrity, half-modern design, historic details, and charm make it a truly unique metropolitan property that is situated just steps from restaurants, breweries, coffee houses, and green space. The newly renovated and revitalized property is supported by a strong and local investment firm that is dedicated to continuing W.E. Miner's vision from 1925: to create a building that lets “all of us work together for a greater Eugene.”


Benefits of Leasing in The Miner Building:

Flexible Space Arrangements
Secure Building Access
Close to Numerous Parking Options
Tenant Improvement Budgets
360-Degree Views of Eugene
Large Operable Windows and Excellent Natural Light
Robust Bike Storage Facility
Available Tenant Storage in Secure Basement Space
Responsive Property Management

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HIGH-SPEED FIBER NETWORK

Blazing Fast Internet in the Innovation District

Having the fastest Internet available means less time waiting and more time being productive. The Miner Building proudly features a Municipal Broadband Fiber Network with speeds up to 2 Gbps, download and upload. With Gigabit fiber Internet, everything your business needs to do now and in the future can be done in a fraction of the time it used to take. With this lost-cost, in-building option for voice and data, our tenants connect to the Internet, the Cloud, and their customers without any delays or dead time.

THE NEIGHBORHOOD

The Hub of Eugene

The Miner Building is located at 132 E. Broadway Street in Eugene, Oregon. This metropolitan building is just steps away from shopping, dining, and entertainment venues. When you choose to work at The Miner Building, you also choose to play in the city. Within three blocks you’ll find these neighborhood hotspots:

Full City Coffee
The Palace Bakery
Starbucks Coffee
The Barnlight
Sizzle Pie
First National TapHouse

Farmers Market
Mezza Luna Pizzeria
The Downtown Athletic Club
Townshend’s Tea Company
Voodoo Donuts
Poppi's Anatolia

Killer Burger
Off The Waffle
Togo's
Noodle Bowl
Bon Mi
& More


Commute and Transportation

BIKE SCORE - 100
With its flat terrain and comprehensive biking infrastructure, Eugene has the highest bike score in Oregon.

WALK SCORE - 98
A walker’s paradise. The building is located in the middle of downtown and is within walking distance of restaurants, bus line, banks, and living areas.

TRANSIT SCORE - 64
Eugene has good transit with bus stations only a few blocks away from the Miner Building.

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SUSTAINABILITY

Environmentally Focused Design

The opportunity to revitalize a long-standing, historic building is an ideal starting point for developing a sustainable, modern office building in downtown Eugene. The Miner Building’s restoration focuses on using existing materials and infrastructure, reducing waste, and supporting Eugene’s historic urban fabric and downtown revival. During the demolition process, many materials have been salvaged for reuse within the building or donated to local recycling facilities.

In addition to waste reduction, the Miner Building project has also focused on minimizing environmental impact through material efficiency. With zoned HVAC systems, the building has responsive micro-climate heating and cooling for more efficient climate control. New lighting fixtures are high-efficiency, low-flow fixtures which keep electricity usage down. The building retains existing operable windows and integrates window shading and screening to increase individual occupant comfort.

The floor plans have been redesigned with strong consideration of future flexibility and livability. The layout of the building has been transformed into open office plans to increase access to daylight and reduce future resource use for reconfiguration of smaller enclosed spaces. To promote alternative transportation, the building features a secured bike parking area on the ground floor.