Canby Civic Block
A new retail opportunity
in Downtown Canby
The Canby Civic Block offers something new for a walkable neighborhood served by a brand-new 35,000 SF library, gourmet grocer, and independent cinema:
Four modern retail spaces with floor-to ceiling windows
Two historic adaptive reuse buildings ready for the region's next great restaurant or brewpub
Designed by Portland-based SERA Architects, each retail space in the Canby Civic Block is positioned to draw foot traffic, build upon the strengths of Canby’s vibrant town center, and attract customers from the 69 housing units above.
Downtown Canby has plenty to offer both residents and visitors, including a street festivals, a movie theater, weekly events at the fair grounds, and locally-owned shops and restaurants. Canby’s identity as a complete community has been bolstered by the construction of a new 35,000 square-foot library and city hall and over $2 million in public investment to add new landscaping and public art downtown, improve street safety, and make walking and biking safer and more comfortable.
Retail leasing opportunities
Canby Utility Building
Featuring street-facing floor-to-ceiling windows, the Canby Utility building is ready to accommodate a wide variety of uses, including professional office, medical/dental, fitness center, and early childhood education.
Learn more about retail space in the Canby Utility Building.
Historic City Hall
Constructed in 1937, Canby’s charming red brick city hall building features over 3,000 SF of space ready for a restaurant, coffee shop, or tasting room.
Learn more about retail space the Historic City Hall.
The Old Police Station
With timeless building features including exposed red brick, old-growth wooden beams, and large storefront windows, the Old Police Station is ready for a full remodel into a restaurant, brew pub, or retail location.
Learn more about restaurant/brewpub space in the Canby Police Building.
in the News
Portland’s Hottest ‘Hoods
“For a slice of the quieter life, consider Canby. Near the confluence of the Willamette and Molalla Rivers, residents of this burg of 17,000 tend to hold on to their homes. Which might just have something to do with boasting the metro area’s lowest crime rate, highest suburban Walk Score, and a stable population that saw a comparatively cheer-worthy $3K bump in median household income last year.”
- Portland Monthly
Canby Civic Block:
June 2017: The Dahlia breaks ground
July 2017: Foundation poured for The Dahlia
July 2018: The Dahlia construction complete
July 2018: Residents begin moving in to The Dahlia