HOLIDAY CLOSURE – MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. DAY – JAN. 20 – The Port of Vancouver USA will be closed for receipt and delivery of cargo on Monday, January 20, 2020, in observance of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Day holiday. Vessel activity will not be interrupted. The administrative office will also be closed.
The Port of Vancouver USA succeeds when our tenants grow and thrive. Our unbeatable West Coast location, direct access to freight corridors and unmatched amenities make the Port of Vancouver USA an ideal place to do business. We are proud to offer shovel-ready lots, state-of-the-art infrastructure and progressive business climate. Whether through offering innovative solutions, skilled workforce, finance options or leveraging our relationships with key partners, we are not your ordinary landlord.
Building 2701 is situated in a prime location at the Port of Vancouver and is now available for short or long term lease. This location offers proximity to deep water ocean and river shipping lanes, national rail lines and major interstate highways, including the West Coast’s primary north/south arterial (I-5) and a principal route to the Midwest (I-84).
Building 3201 (H), is situated in a prime location at the Port of Vancouver and is available for short or long term lease This location offers proximity to ocean bound and river shipping lanes, national rail lines and major interstate highways, including the West Coast’s primary north/south arterial (I-5) and a principal route to the Midwest (I-84).
The Port of Vancouver has approximately 22 acres of ready-to-build, heavy industrial acres for lease. This site is rail served and in proximity to marine facilities and major freight corridors. The site can be demised into smaller lots to fit your business needs making it one of the most desirable locations in the region.
Unbeatable location. Easy access. This 9-acre site located at the Port of Vancouver USA’s Centennial Industrial Park offers ready-to-build land for your new, expanding or relocating business. Centennial Industrial Park also offers proximity to ocean-bound and river shipping lanes, national rail lines and major interstate highways, including the West Coast’s primary north/south arterial (I-5) and a principal route to the Midwest (I-84).
The port’s 108-acre Centennial Industrial Park (CIP) features 15 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.
Planning is underway to develop Centennial Industrial Park’s Parcel 7. This contiguous 50-acre tract of undeveloped property is zoned for light industrial use. The site is adjacent to 58 currently developed acres. Centennial Industrial Park also offers proximity to ocean-bound and river shipping lanes, national rail lines and major interstate highways. Parcel 7 offers endless possibilities for businesses needing to connect to exceptional regional and global transportation routes on river, road and rail.
Vancouver, Washington is getting a new, world-class public space for residents and visitors, and the Port of Vancouver is seeking partners, investors, and local leaders to help bring this exciting addition to life! Located at the site of the port’s original 1920s warehouse at Terminal 1, this waterfront destination will feature shopping, dining and more, offering a mix of commerce and culture along the Columbia River. 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.
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.