Loyal Legion, (Bank of Beaverton Building) 1923, Beaverton

Built in 1923 and listed as a contributing structure to Beaverton’s National Register Historic District, the Bank of Beaverton building sits in the heart of the city’s commercial district. Its reuse not only breathes new life into one of Beaverton’s historic sites, it celebrates an architectural gem and embodies a significant period in Beaverton’s development as a city. Since 2017, the city has proactively worked to create Restaurant Row in Downtown and Loyal Legion now serves as one successful mainstay alongside 40 restaurants. As part of this strategy, the Beaverton Urban Redevelopment Agency (BURA) purchased the building and re-sold it to Henry Point Development, who engaged Chef’s Table Group to bring Loyal Legion to this now-revived space. Over the course of its renovation, the project used grant funds provided by the city's Storefront and Tenant Improvement grant programs. This project exemplifies the successful re-use of Oregon’s commercial districts and main streets.


Congratulations to the entire project team that made this project possible:

City of Beaverton

Design Department Architecture

Weil Architecture

Henry Point Development, LLC

ChefStable, LLC

Madden & Baughman Engineering

Owen Gabbert, LLC

Elk Collective

Ground Roots Landscaping

Evolution Plumbing

Viking Heating and Sheetmetal

Timberline Electrical


Rock Solid Waterproofing

Beaverton Urban Redevelopment Agency (BURA)

Ground Roots Landscape Design

Design and Direct

Source Capital

Tile and Stone

H&O Properties LLC

Bliss Roofing

Greater Purpose Roofing

Robertson & Olson Construction

Viking Automatic Sprinkler Company