American Bank Building

American Bank Building The American Bank Building is a 15-floor building in Portland, Oregon, U.S. It stands 63m tall, and was built in 1913. It replaced the Marquam Building.HistoryThe building was the tallest in the city for 14 years until surpassed by the Public Service Building in 1927.

Designed by A. E. Doyle, it is located at 621 SW Morrison Street, and was formerly known as the Northwestern National Bank Building. The building was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1996. In 2000, Transamerica Asset Management paid $21.7 million to City Center Retail to acquire the building. Transamerica then sold it to SKB Portland Office Investments LLC in 2002 for $22.3 mil

Designed by A. E. Doyle, it is located at 621 SW Morrison Street, and was formerly known as the Northwestern National Bank Building. The building was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1996. In 2000, Transamerica Asset Management paid $21.7 million to City Center Retail to acquire the building. Transamerica then sold it to SKB Portland Office Investments LLC in 2002 for $22.3 mil

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