CenterPoint in Seattle

CenterPoint is actively expanding our investments in port-related and transportation-advantaged properties in the Seattle market, leveraging our resources and intermodal expertise to help meet the area’s need for innovative real estate solutions.

3840 W. Marginal Way SW

Bordering the Port of Seattle and across the waterway from Harbor Island Terminal 18, this 157,151 SF multi-modal transload facility supports a variety of logistics activities. The property features nine drive-in doors, eight rail doors and three barge berths; BNSF and UP intermodal terminals are within two miles of the facility.

8801 E. Marginal Way S.

This 24-acre container yard features a 232,000 SF industrial building strategically located near the Port of Seattle, the BNSF Tukwila and UP Port of Seattle intermodals, and the Seattle Central Business District.


Listing for Seattle Industrial Property

CenterPoint plays an important role in providing logistically advantaged property solutions in the Seattle market. We encourage you to browse our Seattle-area industrial properties to learn more about how CenterPoint can help your organization achieve its real estate goals in this promising region.


Seattle Industrial Real Estate Market Overview

Puget Sound offers transportation access to Canada, Asia and other global markets, making the Port of Seattle a critical logistics node for companies that engage in export and import activities. Handling more than 2 Million containers (TEUs) per year through the port, Seattle also provides intermodal and national rail network opportunities.

The city of Seattle’s expansion to the south has generated increased demand for real estate, causing a shortage of quality, transportation-advantaged properties. Additional development and redevelopment will be required to meet the needs of companies that are active in the Seattle market.

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