In 2017, a moisture monitoring study was initiated on an eight-story, mass timber building located in Portland, Oregon. A detailed description of the monitoring program and initial monitoring results from the first year of the program were published previously. It was discovered that by the end of Year 1, some of the mass timber components had not dried below 19% moisture content (MC). This technical note is a follow-up to the original paper to examine how the building changed over its first 3 years after construction. All of the locations monitored over 3 years have reached stable moisture contents between 10% and 15%, which are acceptable for building functionality and performance. The main conclusion from this study is that mass timber buildings can naturally recover from construction wetting provided that such buildings are properly enclosed and further moisture intrusion is prevented.