The Bend Commercial Real Estate Market Shows Limited Inventory
The latest census predicts that the population of Bend will be 130,000 by 2030. With just under 95,000 people currently residing in the city limits, and just 2,380 acres recently added to the Urban Growth Boundary (UGB), new density philosophies will certainly be needed to accommodate this growth.
Bend Planners have identified a handful of “Opportunity Areas” throughout the city. Several of these, The Old Mill Korpine property, the east Greenwood District and the Bend Central District (BCD) are currently being considered by the city to become urban renewal areas, and promise to drastically alter the face of this once sleepy logging town.
The BCD is gaining the most traction. Brooks…