Are you a community member interested in what is built at EWEB's former riverfront headquarters site? Submit your comments about the sale of the property by filling out this form.
EWEB is currently selling the last component of our riverfront property and completing the move to the Roosevelt Operations Center in West Eugene. Community organizations, developers and others interested in purchasing the 4.44-acre site are able to submit proposals through a formal Request for Proposals process which is open from May 12 to August 12, 2022.
Download instructions and materials for the Request for Proposals.
Supporting documents and additional information can downloaded at the links below. (Please note: Trueview is needed to view the DWG files.)
|Plans and drawings||Supporting materials|
|Building Floor Plans EWEB HQ North and South Buildings||Downtown Riverfront Special Area Zone Map (ZONING RIVERFRONT 022422)|
|North Bldg Sections and Elevations||EWEB Tax Lots Map 2022|
|South Building Elevations (FD-14222-66)||Foundation Investigation Headquarters Buildings-Proposed EWEB Expansion_L.R. Squier_December 23, 1986|
|South Building Elevations (FD-14222-67)||HVAC and Building Renovations and Utility Costs|
|South Building Sections (FD-14222-65)||Preliminary Title Report 2nd Supplemental|
|Structural Drawings||Real Estate Flyer - EWEB Riverfront Property|
|North Bldg 14547-1 (DWG file)||Survey Map (CSF 44308 PLA CSF Map 180423)|
|North Bldg 14547-2 (DWG file)|
|South Building 1st Floor Construction Drawing (14663-1) (DWG file)|
|South Building 2nd Floor Construction Drawing (14663-2) (DWG file)|
|South Building 3rd Floor Construction Drawing (14663-3) (DWG file)|
|South Building 4th Floor Construction Drawing (14663-4) (DWG file)|
Why is the riverfront property being sold?
In the last five years, EWEB has consolidated nearly all employees and operations at the Roosevelt Operations Center to improve efficiency and productivity, making the headquarters buildings largely unnecessary. The remaining employees – a small number of administrative and customer service staff – will move to the Roosevelt Operations Center by the end of the year.
The former downtown headquarters site is the last piece of EWEB’s riverfront property that has been slated for redevelopment as part of the EWEB Riverfront Master Plan, which was finalized in 2010 after consulting with hundreds of community members under the guidance of a Community Advisory Team.
What will replace the EWEB buildings?
We don’t know yet – and that’s the exciting part. Community organizations, property developers and others will soon be able to submit proposals for purchasing and developing the site through a formal Request for Proposals process. In general, proposals will be rated based on the sale price, the intended use, benefit to the community, conditions and contingencies, and the proposer’s qualifications to execute the project.
How do I participate?
You can submit a comment in the comment form linked above, or you can reach out to the commissioner who represents your neighborhood. Find your commissioner here.
Press release: EWEB to sell former downtown headquarters buildings (Feb. 14, 2022)
Video: EWEB To Sell Former Headquarters Buildings (Feb. 23, 2022)
Eugene Weekly: Where Eugene Meets the River (April 14, 2022)
KEZI: What does the future hold for former EWEB headquarters? (Feb. 16, 2022)
KVAL: EWEB seeks proposals for headquarters property on Eugene waterfront (Feb. 15, 2022)
KLCC: EWEB will sell its riverfront headquarters (Feb. 15, 2022)
Eugene Register-Guard: EWEB seeking buyers with a purpose to fill former downtown riverfront headquarters (Feb. 11, 2022)