The Port of Vancouver USA will make the following adjustment to the terminal Tariff No. 6 effective July 1, 2017. Click here to view changes.
HOLIDAY CLOSURE – INDEPENDENCE DAY, JULY 4 – The Port of Vancouver USA, will be closed for receipt and delivery of cargo on Monday, July 3, Tuesday, July 4 and Wednesday, July, 5, 2017, in honor of the July 4th Independence Day holiday. Vessel activity will not be interrupted on July 3 and 4, however overtime rates apply. July 5 is an ILWU no-work holiday, so there will be no cargo activity. The admin office will also be closed on July 4.
The port began construction of a 125,000 sq. ft. (32’ clear height) industrial building. The building is expected to be complete by July 2017 and will be capable of accommodating several tenants or one single tenant. This will be a state of the industry building with dock and grade doors, on-site office space, extra access for tractors and trailer turn around and amply electrical supply in a beautiful location. Pre-leases are now being accepted.
The port’s 108-acre Centennial Industrial Park (CIP) features 17 acres that are now ready-to-build and available for lease. An adjacent 50 acres of land — ideal for light industry or advanced manufacturing — are available for future development. Infrastructure improvements are complete, underground utilities, roads and sidewalks are in place, and a state-of-the-art storm water management system is ready for new tenants. In 2016, the port will begin construction of a 125,000 square foot industrial building. The building is expected to be complete by April 2017 and will be capable of accommodating several tenants or one single tenant. Pre-leases are now being accepted.
Birthplace of the Port of Vancouver USA, Terminal 1 is poised for revitalization. Immediately adjacent to the Interstate 5 Bridge, the port’s 10 acres on the Columbia River offer unparalleled opportunities for commercial development. This prime waterfront property adjoins a high-end commercial and residential development planned by Columbia Waterfront LLC, a new City of Vancouver Waterfront Park, and a vibrant downtown core. Terminal 1 could host such amenities as a public market, hotel, retail, commercial and community space.
• A variety of suites, most with river views, are available and can be combined to fit your needs
• Suites available from 108-500 square feet
• Common area conference rooms
• Free parking
• Easy access to Interstate 5 & Highway 14
• Common area kitchenette
• Terms are month-to-month
The Port of Vancouver USA's Columbia Gateway is the largest contiguous tract of undeveloped industrial property in Southwest Washington. The approximately 530-acre property, located just west of the port's current operations, is zoned heavy industrial and has nearly a mile of direct waterfront on the Columbia River. This future marine terminal will be rail-served and is planned for handling cargoes such as automobiles and bulk commodities. A portion of the property will be available for industrial tenants with the potential uses of advanced manufacturing, assembly, warehousing and import/export operations. A truly unique property, Columbia Gateway offers endless possibilities to businesses needing to connect to exceptional regional and global transportation routes on river, road and rail.
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