Please update your browser.

Thank you for visiting our site! We noticed you are using a browser we no longer support. To have the best overall experience and avoid issues navigating the site, please click one of the supported browsers to the right to download the latest version for free:

CenterPoint Continues Momentum in Seattle with Distribution Facility Acquisition

Press | September 15, 2020

19826 Russell Road Warehouse Aerial Photo Inthenews

OAK BROOK, IL. – CenterPoint Properties is pleased to announce it has acquired a distribution facility at 19826 Russell Road in Kent, WA.

The asset is located in the highly coveted Kent Valley, at the epicenter of Seattle’s industrial market.
The 240,106 SF facility covers just 31% of the 17.58-acre property. The building has undeveloped land behind it, providing future development flexibility or an opportunity to expand the on-site parking. CenterPoint has a track record of acquiring low-coverage facilities that can consistently accommodate an above-market parking requirement.

The shallow-bay facility is equipped with 24’-32’ clear heights, 88 dock-high doors and 176 auto stalls. With immediate access to the I-5, the site is just 14 miles from the Port of Seattle, 20 miles from the Port of Tacoma, and is less than 10 miles from King County Airport and Seattle-Tacoma International Airport.

“The North Kent Valley is the proverbial bellwether for the Puget Sound industrial market,” said Ryan Dunlap, Senior Vice President of Investments. “The combination of infrastructure, planning and proximity have positioned the market as a premier West Coast location.”

The industrial real estate outlook in Kent continues to be healthy, given its standing as one of the nation’s largest manufacturing and distribution hubs. The submarket has proximity to many aerospace and e-commerce companies and is strategically located near two ports, airports and rail services. Industrial supply and land constraints continue to drive high demand from industrial users.

“The asset exemplifies our unwavering focus on high-throughput logistics buildings,” said Greg Pearson, CenterPoint Vice President of Investments.

Jason DeWitt of JLL brokered the sale-leaseback with the seller, a global leader in storage and information management services.

For CenterPoint Investment, Development, and Asset Management inquiries, please contact: