Port of Portland, Oregon, Approves 14-Acre Logistics Center Lease
Phase III of PDX Development Awarded to Capstone Partners
Oregon’s Port of Portland Commission has approved a 14-acre, 50-year lease with locally based Capstone Partners and its investment partner PCCP, LLC to develop Phase III of the PDX Logistics Center.
At more than one million square feet, the PDX Logistics Center will have a total of five state-of-the-art buildings; two of which are already fully leased to trade and logistics tenants.
The project, located within the Portland International Center, provides tenants with immediate access to I-205, close proximity to airport freight and transportation services near Portland International Airport, and is within walking distance to TriMet’s Airport Max light rail line and mixed-use Cascade Station (shopping center, office buildings and hotels).
“The combination of air and ground transportation services infrastructure and immediate access to I-205 make PDX Logistics Center ideally suited for a broad range of industrial tenants,” said Chris Nelson, a principal at Capstone Partners. “The ability of this region to have shovel-ready industrial land for companies that wish to expand or relocate to Portland is critical to the long term economic health of our region.”
Phase III of the project will add two additional buildings, totaling approximately 250,000 square feet. Construction on Phase III is expected to begin this July, with completion by summer of 2017.
“This lease and development will create more local jobs and give traded-sector businesses room to expand or grow in our region,” said Keith Leavitt, the port’s chief commercial officer. “The property’s unique location next to the airport, freeways and other businesses offer users uncommon access.”
Businesses operating in the initial, two-building phase of the project (Phase I) include Gateway Express, a Singapore-based ecommerce company; specialty packaging company Ernest Packaging and KeHE Distributors, a natural and organic food distributor that recently picked up Portland-based New Seasons Market as a new customer. A third building (Phase 2), which will add 355,200 square feet, is currently under construction and will be completed this July.
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