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Commercial Real Estate Bend Oregon

Bend Oregon is home to businesses as well as families. Located in the downtown corridor and in the “Old Mill” area, Bend Oregon has numerous commercial real estate options. Juniper Ridge, a new commercial area currently being developed, will soon provide commercial real estate Bend Oregon. Commercial real estate is also available east of the hospital, near Hwy 97 and in Northeast Bend.

Moving Your Company to Bend Oregon?

    Tax incentives and low costs make Oregon a great place to do business. And with beautiful vistas and recreation all around, your workforce will be inspired. Bend Oregon offers business owners and employees a taste of the good life. It only takes one email or phone call to discover commercial real estate opportunities in Bend Oregon.

Your Bend Oregon Commercial Real Estate Agent

    Commercial real estate doesn’t have to be confusing. A licensed real estate agent who knows the Bend Oregon Real Estate market can assist with finding, viewing and selling commercial real estate. Selecting the right location in Bend is important. A Bend Oregon commercial real estate agent can help you determine which commercial real estate in Bend Oregon is right for your company.

Karen Milne is a Bend Oregon commercial real estate agent who will listen and understand your real estate needs. She can help you find high-value commercial real estate in Central Oregon and Bend. Contact her to find out what opportunities exist in the Bend Oregon real estate market.

Prineville Oregon

Prineville Oregon was the first town settled in Central Oregon, in 1868. It remains the only incorporated city in Crook County. Prineville is located 35 miles northeast of Bend, and it is situated in a valley surrounded by rimrocks, as well as the region’s other geographic features, this makes it a favorite place for Rockhounds. Other favorite activities include cross-country skiing, hiking, snowmobiling, boating and fishing at either Ochoco or Prineville Reservoirs. Nearby you will also find the Ochoco National Forest in the middle of the high desert.

For more information on Prineville and Crook County please click on the links below:

The Prineville Railroad
Ochoco National Forest
Prineville Reservoir State Park
Crook County School District
Crook County Library
Bowman Museum

Other Cities in the Central Oregon Community

Sisters Oregon

The Town of Sisters is named for the 10,000 foot Three Sisters mountains, sometimes fondly called Faith, Hope and Charity. A very old story suggests that the mountains where named by the members of a Methodist mission based out of Salem. The town was officially christened when the post office at Camp Polk closed in the 1880’s.

The town of Sisters is located in the transition between the snowy Cascade Mountains and the Central Oregon High Desert. The 1880’s Western town has over 60 unique stores and gift shops with many popular events throughout the year. Sisters is the perfect stopover for all types of recreation activities.

It would take you years to visit all the scenic spots in the Sisters area, but here a few that you should not miss: Head of the Metolius, Mt. Washington Viewpoint, Dee Wright Observatory, Camp Polk Pioneer Cemetery, Patterson Ranch, Three Creeks Lake, Sahalie Falls and Creekside City Park to just name a few.

For more information on the Sisters Area and events, please check out the links below.
Sister Chamber of Commerce
Sisters Schools
Sister Folk Festival
High Mountain Jazz At Sisters
Sisters Outdoor Quilt Show

Other Cities in the Central Oregon Community

Sunriver Oregon

It was World War II that really triggered the beginning of Sunriver that is today. The US Army claimed the meadow as training grounds and called it Camp Abbot, after a Pacific Railroad surveyor, Lt. Henry Abbot. Corpsmen were prepared for maneuvers by building bridges across the Deschutes.

In 1965, John D. Gray, founder of Omark Industries and developer of the coastal resort Salishan, and Donald V. McCallum, a Portland attorney, announced their plan for the area, naming it Sunriver to reflect the features which had inspired man since the beginning of time. Sunriver would be a resort and residential community with carefully defined parameters: a finite number of homesites would be apportioned, total municipal services would be offered, and a lodge would anchor activity for the entire development, maintaining European standards of hospitality.

More importantly, the natural environment would not be compromised. Guided by the vision of Gray and McCallum, architects drafted a master plan and on June 28, 1968, the first homesite was sold at Sunriver.

In 1993, the current owners, Sunriver Resort Limited Partnership, began an extensive capital improvement program to bring Sunriver Resort gracefully into the 21st century. During its first 30 years, Sunriver has become the Northwest’s finest resort community, retaining all the very best traditions of the past. With its strong emphasis on preserving the natural surroundings, Sunriver has formed a unique partnership between development and nature, creating a place where many come to visit and the lucky ones come to stay.

To learn more about the Sunriver area please click on the links below.
Sunriver Chamber
Sunriver Nature Center
High Desert Museum

Other Cities in the Central Oregon Community

Redmond Oregon

Redmond Oregon is located on the eastern side of the Oregon Cascade MountainRange, and is considered the geographical heart of Oregon. It is located 15 miles from Bend, the largest city in Central Oregon. The City of Redmond was incorporated on July 6, 1910. Redmond operates the region’s only commercial airline airport, Roberts Field. and is considered one of the fastest growing industrial and residential communities in the State of Oregon, currently hosting 13,780 residents; the growth rate continues to be about 6% per year. The Redmond School District encompasses 556 square miles and operates 6 elementary schools, 2 middle schools and 1 high school. The climate is considered semiarid with an annual precipitation of only 8.l64 inches, so the residents and visitors enjoy many sunny days all year long.

Redmond attracts many outdoor enthusiasts. For world-class rocking climbing adventures there is Smith Rocks State Park just north of the city. For the Fisherman the city is located close to Lake Billy Chinook, Shuttle Lake, Blue Lake, and Haystack reservoir. For the skiers, Redmond is close to Mt. Bachelor and Hoodoo Ski Resorts.

Operation Santa Claus is just two miles from Redmond, it has the largest herd of domesticated reindeer in the U.S.

The Crooked River Dinner Train is a good way to enjoy the incredible views of the Central Oregon High Desert. The train takes a 38.5 mile, 2.5 hour route along the Crooked River Valley between Redmond and Prineville.

Other Cities in the Central Oregon Community

Central Oregon has it all!

Sunny skies, snowcapped volcanoes, spectacular high desert vistas, crystal clear rivers, lakes and waterfalls, lava caves, abundant wildlife, skiing, white-water rafting, theater, dining, music festivals and many other events. Central Oregon is a wonderful place to visit, and even better place to live!

If you are an outdoor enthusiast, Central Oregon is your paradise! You can ski or snowboard at eitherMt. Bachelor of Hoodoo, play a round of golf at one of our premier golf courses, white water raft, canoe, or kayak the Deschutes River, fly fishing, hike, mountain bike or so some serious rock climbing at Smith Rocks, and much more!

The Cities of the Central Oregon Region

Bend
Redmond
Sunriver
Sisters
Prineville

Click on one of the above links to learn more about the community.