WTC Management Office Hours are 7:30AM to 4:30PM
WTC Building Operations:
Paul Wallman, Building Manager
Ron Villanueva, Chief Engineer
Vicki Ingber, Operations Coordinator
WTC Property & Leasing:
Cindy Laurila, Executive Director
Valarie Lester, Portfolio Administrator
Hours of Operation
These are general hours and may vary. For specific information, please contact the department for their latest hours.
Monday through Friday 6:00AM to 7:30PM
Saturday & Sunday 9:00AM to Noon
Monday through Friday 7:00AM to 5:30PM
Saturday 9:00AM to Noon
Federal Holidays by request only
2017 Holiday Closures
New Year’s Day, Sunday January 1st, but will observe and be closed on Monday January 2nd.
Memorial Day, Monday May 29th
Independence Day, Tuesday July 4th
Labor Day, Monday September 4th
Thanksgiving Day, Thursday November 23rd
Christmas Day, Monday December 25th
Tenant Rules, Guidelines and Forms
Bike Hub/Bicycle Parking
Bike Hub facts Other bicycle information for World Trade Center tenants Location of other bicycle racks at the World Trade Center Contact Information:
WTC Administration: 503-464-7207
Bike Hub facts
Other bicycle information for World Trade Center tenants
Location of other bicycle racks at the World Trade Center
The World Trade Center – Portland, located on the Waterfront in Downtown Portland, Oregon is regarded as one of the city’s architectural icons overlooking the Willamette River and Tom McCall Waterfront Park.
In 1977 formally dedicated as the Willamette Center (for its beautiful view of the Willamette River).
The L-shaped complex consists of three buildings with a total of 500,000 square feet linked with extensive pedestrian walkways on the street and elevated bridges above ground level. The highest of the buildings is 17 stories, with leasable office space and retail on the ground level. The second building, only three stories high is the event center with a 250-seat theater, conference rooms, large open area on the ground. The third building is seven stories serving PGE.
All parking is underground.
Architecturally, the crystalline quality of the space framed entry and bridge system that interlinks the project was designed to create prism-like patterns over the pedestrian areas and visually de-emphasize the office buildings. Its brilliancy, particular at night – both from afar and underneath – provide an environment that fulfills the original mixed-use, day and night vitality.
Structurally, a steel frame is supported by a concrete platform underground. The exterior is clad in honed Verde granite and a gray-colored reflective glass. The gray granite panels visually “lightens” the whole complex, and contrast with many other darker colored buildings in town. On darker days, the building blends with the west hills behind, and on bright sunny days, the surface simply gleams.
In 1988 the complex became the World Trade Center – Portland.
World Trade Center is ideally located in Portland’s central business district bounded by SW 2nd and Naito Pkwy, and Taylor and Main Streets. The building is central to the heart of the city and all its conveniences, from government offices to transportation, hotels, restaurants, shopping and entertainment centers
The upper floors offer scenic views of the Willamette River and snow-capped Mount Hood and Mount St. Helens, and views of the west hills and cityscape can be enjoyed from all floors.