Albers Mill is a six story office building consisting of 116,601 square feet located on the Willamette River north of downtown. The building was originally constructed between 1909 and 1911 and served as a flour mill. Albers Mill is home to the Wheat Marketing Center as well as many tenants in the wheat and agriculture industry. Its massive brick walls, heavy timber construction and original large windows have been carefully preserved. When the building was renovated in 1988-1989, a concrete and wooden section was added to the east. Within the shell of the building is a modern mid-rise office building. The lobby ceiling soars 40 feet overhead to the four-story atrium at the center of the building, showcasing the uniting of the old section of the building with the new structure. Albers Mill has been Energy Star certified since 2008.