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Friday, March 02, 2012
RANKED BY TOTAL SQUARE FEET OF MEETING SPACE
RANK NAME ADDRESS / PHONE SALES DIR / LODGING ROOMS MTG ROOMS / BANQUET CAP TTL MTG / TRADESHOW SQ FT SERVICES AND AMENITIES
1 Oregon Convention Center 777 NE Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
Portland 97232 503.235.7575
60
15,100
370,000
255,000
Group sizes of 10-10,000, high-speed internet, Portland's largest WIFI Hotspot, on-site food/beverage
2 Portland Metropolitan Exposition Center 2060 N. Marine Dr.
Portland 97217 503.736.5200
10
6,000
357,000
333,000
Full-service tradeshow facility, intimate meeting rooms, catering, acres of parking, five interconnected buildings
3 Portland Center for the Performing Arts 1111 SW Broadway
Portland 97205 503.248.4335
5
225
310,000
3,500
Includes Keller Auditorium, Arlene Schnitzer Concert and Brunish Halls, Newmark and Winningstad theaters

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