The Lloyd Enhanced Services District (ESD) was established in 2001 to encourage growth and ensure the continued health and development of, and pride in, the Lloyd neighborhood by making it a better place to live, work, and visit. Lloyd ESD core programs are supported by a property management license fee and focus on public safety, transportation access, sustainability, economic development, and neighborhood advocacy.
Since 2014, Green Building Services (GBS), a local sustainability consultancy and technical services firm, has provided support for Lloyd EcoDistrict’s energy efficiency programs. GBS is a consultancy within RWDI, a specialty engineering consulting firm with a global reach. As an Energy Trust of Oregon Trade Ally, GBS assists Lloyd’s businesses and real estate assets in adopting ENERGY STAR Portfolio Manager®, an internationally standardized online service that allows property managers to track energy and water usage, as well as greenhouse gas emissions. GBS manages the primary data maintenance and offers information and guidance to these businesses committed to assessing their energy performance. GBS’ data management, analysis and annual reporting have been instrumental in demonstrating the value of initiatives outlined in the Lloyd’s Energy Action Plan, helping us progress towards meeting our greater energy conservation goals. Our partnership with GBS has significantly expanded our capacity related to energy efficiency. For more information about Green Building Services, please visit: www.greenbuildingservices.com
The iconic Lloyd Center – once America’s largest malls and a model for retail centers across the country – is a 1.2 million square-foot mixed-use lifestyle, shopping, and entertainment center centrally located in the Portland Metro area. Recently acquired by one of the premier retail management firms in the nation, the mall is undergoing a $120 million renovation that has seen the completion of a new food court area, overhaul of the historic ice skating rink, and remodel of the signature three-story spiral staircase – a tribute to Lloyd Center’s rich past. Planned additions include a new 16-theater cinema, live music venue, and expanded local restaurant options. Renovations at Lloyd Center highlight a broad renaissance for the surrounding neighborhood, which is growing to include new housing options, restaurants, and office/retail space.
Lloyd Center is anchored by Macy’s and accompanied by a strong mix of national retailers including, H&M, Ulta, Victoria’s Secret, Loft, and Marshalls. Lloyd Center is owned by an affiliate of CAPREF Manager, LLC, which manages a private equity fund in excess of $1.2 billion and encompasses a portfolio of 5.8M square feet of retail and mixed-use properties across the United States. Visit www.lloydcenter.com for more information.