Promoting Commercial Real Estate through Leadership, Networking, Advocacy and Professional Development.

BOMA Oregon is the industry’s leading commercial real estate organization, representing over 40 million square feet of commercial real estate in Oregon. Through our strong membership base, leadership, networking, advocacy and professional development, we are the voice of the commercial real estate industry.

Advocacy: BOMA Oregon advocates for commercial real estate on a broader range of issues than any other real estate organization in Oregon. We save you and your company money. Our local and national staff represent you at city hall, the state capitol, and before Congress.

Education: BOMA Oregon is the leading provider of professional commercial real estate education. Our well-placed connections, both locally and nationally, our expert-taught education, and our other programs allow our members to build rewarding careers, hire and retain top talent, and stay in touch with the news, developments and trends that matter most to the commercial real estate industry.

Networking: The opportunity to cultivate close business relationships within the local commercial real estate community is invaluable. BOMA Oregon hosts numerous events throughout the year for members to enjoy socializing with others involved in the industry. Participation increases visibility for employees and their company, and makes a strong statement about your investment in the commercial real estate industry.

Press Release: Mayor Hales announces future of State of Emergency six-month pilot programs 
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SAFE SLEEP HOMELESS POLICY ENDS

The goal of the Safe & Livable Portland coalition has always been to put an end to Mayor Hales’ unlawful camping policy that contributed to the health and safety crisis in the City. Mayor Hales’ decision to end his failed camping policy is a step in the right direction. To that end, the coalition will not file its amended complaint against the City.

However, today’s decision does not change the fact that every night, 1,800 Portlanders are still sleeping on the streets.

Mayor Hales’ policy failed, in part, because he ignored the voices of the affected Portland residents, neighborhood communities and businesses. We look forward to a renewed focus from the City to include the community in finding effective ways to offer safe, long-term housing and support for those experiencing homelessness.