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The Leftbank Annex
101 N Weidler St
Portland, Oregon 97227

The Annex is near the east head of the Broadway Bridge just past the Leftbank Project Building (at 240 N. Broadway). It is adjacent to the Moda Center in the heart of the Rose Quarter District and Oregon Convention Center Urban Renewal Area. The Annex sits at the intersection of four major bicycle routes, two MAX Light rail stops, one Streetcar stop and three TriMet bus stops. The N Weidler & Ross stop of the Streetcar is just one block from the Annex and serves the A & B loops, which connects the Central City’s east and west sides via the Pearl District, Broadway Bridge, Lloyd District, OMSI, Tilikum Crossing and Portland State University (PSU). Several MAX lines can be accessed at the Rose Quarter including the red, blue and green lines just south of the arena at the Rose Quarter Transit Center and the Interstate/Rose Quarter station located on the western side of the Rose Quarter campus, which serves riders on the yellow line. In addition, the area is a major city access point, including access to Interstates 5 and 84.

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Getting to Portland


Portland International Airport (PDX)
700 NE Airport Way
Portland, Oregon 97218

Airport Transportation

The pickup area for taxis, town cars, long-haul shuttles, hotel vans, and parking lot shuttle buses is located in the center section of the airport terminal’s lower roadway on the baggage claim and departure level. Airport shuttles, off-airport rental car shuttles, and reserved vehicles are found in the section on the lower roadway closest to the garage. Most transportation providers serve downtown Portland, which is approximately 20-40 minutes from Portland International Airport.


From the Portland Airport – Take I-205 south to I-84 west. Continue west on I-84 towards Portland. Stay right to merge onto I-5 north. Take exit 302A for Weidler St towards Rose Quarter/Broadway.

Going Green

TriMet’s MAX Red Line light rail service connects Portland International Airport, E/NE Portland, downtown Portland, and Beaverton. Trains run about every 15 minutes most of the day, every day. Service is less frequent in the early morning, mid-day, and evening.

You can roll your luggage on board
The first train of the day arrives at PDX at 4:45 am. The last train departs PDX at 11:58 pm
The MAX station and ticket machines are located near baggage claim on the lower level
Public Transit stops near the Convention Center

The Portland Street Car: Loop A & B stop @ NE Broadway & Ross
MAX: Blue Line / Red Line / Green Line @ Rose Quarter TC
MAX: Yellow Line @ Rose Quarter MAX Station
Bus: TriMet bus 4, 17, 44, 85

Car Rental

1-866-4ZIPCAR (1-866-494-7227)


Hertz has a “Green Fleet” options (hybrid vehicles)

(503) 252-1500 (PDX)
Enterprise has hybrid vehicle options


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