When it comes to Oregonís commercial real estate listings, various high technology corporations drive the stateís business sector including Tektronix and Intel. Further, the stateís inexpensive power and moderate climate has attracted major datacenters run by Google, Facebook and Amazon. Other large corporations with office space in Oregon include Nike, and Harry and David.
A good deal of Oregonís industrial space is dedicated to agricultural endeavors. The state is one of the top hazelnut growing regions in the world, and it is rated 3rd among all U.S states when it comes to wineries. Timber production also ranks high among Oregonís industrial pursuits. Due to the high volume of softwood produced, much of the stateís industrial space is dedicated to lumber production.
The bulk of Oregonís population is located among the Willamette Valley, which runs from Eugene in the South of the state to Portland the stateís northernmost city. Much of the stateís commercial property is also located in Portland, which is the stateís most populous city with a population estimated at approximately 583,776 as of the 2010 census. In the Pacific Northwest, only Vancouver, Canada and Seattle, Washington are home to more commercial real estate listings. Other Oregon cities with ample commercial realty include the Salem, the stateís capital, and Eugene.