The leftbank annex brings a sleek and well-coordinated event infrastructure to the raw, industrial ethic of a pre-war building. Through a skeleton of timber, concrete, brick, and steel, you’ll find large projectable surfaces, controlled lighting, superb access, and outstanding electrical infrastructure. You have the flexibility to transform the space into anything you can imagine, or to leave its authentic raw backdrop. The possibilities are endless.
The leftbank annex is an extension of the leftbank project, which was created to provide workspace for Portland’s mission-focused community.
In its past, the leftbank annex was a machine shop for WWII airplane parts that grew, literally, into the home of its previous owner, the eccentric inventor Dean Child. Read more on the history here.
Leftbank annex clients choose the parking options they prefer for their guests. Please contact your host if you have a question about event-specific parking.
The annex has reserved parking spots available for guests with a DMV Disabled Parking Permit or special needs. Please let your host know if you would like more information about one of these reserved spots or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.