Nestled in the heart of the Belmont District and the Sunnyside Neighborhood sits the Belmont Dairy. In 1996 Shiels Obletz Johnsen, reimagined an abandoned dairy building as one of Portland’s first large scale mixed-use developments. The project is comprised of 85 residential units above 26,000 SF of retail space. The project earned multiple awards has been acknowledged as a factor in the revitalization of the neighborhood and is still seen as a model project today.

Current tenants include, anchor grocer H-mart, Propaganda Salon, Eye styles and Rondez Vous. At the corner of SE 34th and Morrison sits a 2877 square foot second-generation restaurant space that has operated as the beloved Hobnob Grill for many years. Equipped with a spacious kitchen, including a type one hood and two large walk-in coolers, and with inside and outside seating, this space in move in ready for any restaurant or bar concept. While off the beaten path of Belmont St this space has a built-in neighborhood audience with 85 fully occupied residential units above, and dense residential in the surrounding neighborhood.