Flatiron Building (Portland, Oregon)


Flatiron Building (Portland, Oregon)

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name = Flatiron Building
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caption = The Flatiron Building.
location = Portland, Oregon
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built = 1916
architect = F. Manson White
architecture = Chicago
added = March 16, 1989
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refnum=89000200 cite web|url=http://www.nr.nps.gov/|title=National Register Information System|date=2007-08-18|work=National Register of Historic Places|publisher=National Park Service]
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The Flatiron Building, also known as Ringlers Annex and Espresso Bar is a historic two-story building in downtown Portland, Oregon. Since 1989, it has been on the National Register of Historic Places. [ cite web
url = http://www.nationalregisterofhistoricplaces.com/OR/Multnomah/state3.html
title = National Register of Historic Places: Multnomah County, Oregon, pg. 3
accessdate = 2007-08-18
] This small building has a triangular footprint, as it sits at the end of a triangular lot bounded by West Burnside, SW Stark, and 12th Streets.

From its inception, the building's size has played part in how it has been promoted. When opened, it was said to be the "smallest commercial building on the West Coast". The building over its lifespan, hosted a catering kitchen and a talk radio station. The current occupant, a McMenamins pub calls it "a tiny window on the world of bustling West Burnside, complete with a fishbowl-like main floor and a mezzanine tailor-made to observe the city in motion." [ cite web
url = http://www.mcmenamins.com/index.php?loc=45&id=210
title = McMenamins: Ringlers Annex History
accessdate = 2007-07-28
]

References

ee also

*McMenamins
*Architecture in Portland, Oregon
*List of Registered Historic Places in Multnomah County, Oregon

External links

* [http://www.mcmenamins.com/index.php?loc=45&id=203 McMenamins: Ringlers Annex (Official site)]
* [http://www.barflymag.com/bar/ringlers-annex.html "Barfly Magazine" page with viewer comments about Ringlers Annex]


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