LeBron James will have a home in Oregon.

Well, kind of.

The Lakers star is getting his name on a building at the Nike campus near Beaverton, Oregon, the company announced Thursday.

The LeBron James Building is the sixth new building that will be constructed at its World Headquarters and will plan to open in 2020, ESPN noted.

James' building will house Nike's Beaverton-based advanced innovation team, according to the release, and include a state-of-the-art sports research lab as well as a full NBA-size basketball court, a 200-meter track, a 100-meter straightaway and an artificial turf training pitch.

The new lab will be five times the size of the team’s current space.

"Man this is so surreal! When I got the call this was happening I couldn’t believe it! I was literally shedding tears," James wrote, in part, on Instagram. "You guys know where I come from but if you don’t I come from the inner city projects, single mother, only child, and statistics would suggest I would never EVER make it out let alone be alive still to tell you about it. Now I’ll have my own building at the Nike Head World Quarter where my family and I legacy will live on forever."

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😱🥺😊Man this is so surreal! When I got the call this was happening I couldn’t believe it! I was literally shedding tears. You guys know where I come from but if you don’t I come from the inner city projects, single mother, only child, and statistics would suggest I would never EVER make it out let alone be alive still to tell you about it. Now I’ll have my own building at the Nike Head World Quarter where my family and I legacy will live on forever. The home of the Advance Innovation team and new state of the art Nike Sports Research Lab! Everything will get made and lab tested in my building! Like WHAT?!?!? THIS IS BEYOND CRAZY‼️ I wanna thank Nike once again for taking a chance on a 18 year old kid from Akron, OH. I’m proud to be #SwooshLifeForLife 🙏🏾 #JamesGang👑 #striveforgreatness🚀

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