State facilities and land

Property for sale - Former Oregon State Hospital North Campus

 
The former Oregon State Hospital North Campus is a 47.5 acre parcel located on the north side of Center Street in Salem, Oregon, across the street from the newly remodeled Oregon State Hospital (South Campus).
 
The north campus is bounded by Center Street, Park Avenue, D Street and 23rd Street. Of six major buildings on the campus, four are currently scheduled for demolition in late 2016 to early 2017.  

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Primary Real Estate Services contact:                                                                                               

Darrin Brightman at darrin.w.brightman@oregon.gov  503-373-7065 

 

News and events at North Campus

Public comment "As Is" proposal

Fact Sheet shared with neighborhood associations in response to questions about the property.

2016 Request For Proposals (RFP) resulted in two responses; Chusal LLC and Mountain West

2013 Request For Pre-Qualification - Master Developer (RFPQ) resulted in one response

Communications with members of the public:  Boatwright, Brody, Cantrall, Cardiff, Morrison, NESCA, Pfeifer, Rhoten, Smith, Stephens, Walker

Press Communications:  Statesman Journal and Salem Weekly

Portland Tribune article October 31, 2016

Salem Weekly article October 27,2016 and November 19, 2016

Statesman Journal articles October 25, 2016 and November 1,2016

More news and other site activities 

More news and other site activities

Public notice of sale

Development documents

 

Historic District information

Attributes

  • Convenient to downtown Salem. Located less than 2 miles from I-5
  • Cost competitive site
  • Population base of 1 million people within 45 minute radius
  • 45 miles from Portland and 60 miles from the Port of Portland and Portland International Airport (PDX)
  • Zoning is PH: Pubic and Private Health Services 
  • Park-like setting
 
 

City of Salem development review

  • ​Water and sewer utilities outside urban service area
  • Power is offered by PGE with low cost and a stable electrical supply infrastructure. PGE also offers programs and services such as: 
      • ​Distributed Standby Generation (DSG)
      • Energy efficiency programs
      • Green power pricing options
      • Smart meters and energy tracking
  • ​​Fiber optics is offered by four data providers with bandwidth speeds between a gigabyte and terabyte. 

Neighborhood association stakeholders

Various advisory groups will be reviewing the project in public meetings throughout the year. For more information, contact us at northcampus@oregon.gov.

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