The future of work is untethered
The only constant is change. The Multnomah County Courthouse, now The 10 TwentyOne, has been a bastion of change its entire history, ushering in new eras of thinking as older traditions fall away.
Designed by architects Whidden & Lewis in 1909, the 10 TwentyOne is a neoclassical architectural icon on Southwest Fourth Ave. Preserving its historic nature, while paying homage to the luxe glamour of its design, GBD Architects have transformed the iconic old courthouse into a distinctly modern workplace environment and unparalleled retail and restaurant opportunity.
Approximately 275,000 SF on nine floors, The 10 TwentyOne offers a unique opportunity to experience truly authentic creative office, making a statement to the community and the world.
Modular and multi-use amenity spaces which blurs the lines between work and play, sparking productivity and creativity.