Quest Center for Integrative Health Closes Transaction for the Opening of a 14,800 SF Building in Southeast Portland
Quest Center for Integrative Health teamed with Elliot Rask and McCoy Doerrie to begin the search for a quality space. However, the COVID-19 pandemic created a landscape of uncertainty that put the search on hold. Once things began to stabilize, Quest Center’s needs became top of mind once again and Capacity Commercial Group was there to support the client in their hunt.
3231 SE 50th Avenue was the perfect fit, and using comps, contractor bids, and strategic negotiation, Elliot and McCoy were able to get the price reduced to a point that was advantageous to their client. Thanks to Elliot and McCoy’s hard work, Quest Center for Integrative Health has found a central and transit-friendly location that will allow them to support their patients for years to come.
The property at 3231 SE 50th Avenue is a 14,800 SF building comprised of two stories with on-site parking. Boasting a Walking Score of 90 (Walker’s Paradise) and nestled just two blocks from Powell Boulevard, this location will make it easy for their clients to get the convenient, reliable care that they need.
Congratulations to Elliot Rask and McCoy Doerrie for their successful transaction and congratulations to Quest Center for Integrative Health for the strategic real estate purchase.
About Quest Center for Integrative Health
Quest Center for Integrative Health’s mission is to provide integrative health services, community, and education to all people seeking a wellness-focused approach to living and dying. Quest Center is committed to providing the best integrative behavior and physical health services. More than 70% of their clients are low-income and/or medically uninsured or underinsured.
They believe people thrive when their physical, emotional, spiritual, and social needs are effectively met. They offer a wide range of services for individuals to create personalized treatment plan. Their services are offered in a manner that creates community among their clients that promotes continual healing.
Their doors are open to all who seek a life of health and wellness. They strongly believe that all of their clients should have access to excellent service regardless of their income, insurance, gender, sexual orientation, religion, national origin, race, ethnicity, disability, veteran status, HIV status, or chronic health conditions. Their three primary service communities are low-income, people living with HIV, and LGBTQIA2S+.
Quest Center for Integrative Health seeks to provide a comfortable and honest space in which anyone can express themselves along the spectrum of gender and sexuality. Their commitment to evidence-based practice with at-risk populations is fundamental to their work and essential to the health of their community. All of their providers honor the diversity of their community members.
Quest Center for Integrative Health was founded in 1989 by two friends, Lusijah Marx, RN, PMHNP, PsyD, and Lucas Harris. Quest was originally a psychosocial support service provided for people living with HIV/AIDS. Over time, they have expanded their services, but retained their holistic approach to medical and wellness care. Today, they strive to meet the needs of people who are facing barriers to their physical, mental, and emotional health. They endeavor to create a place of healing that is an inclusive, empowering, and safe community of support.