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Pasco Processing Center

The Pasco Processing Center (PPC), a 250-acre food processing park along US-395, provides food processors with in-place environmental permits enabling companies to fast-track plant construction.

There is an industrial wastewater treatment plant that is City owned, operated and permitted; sewer, water and natural gas systems which exceed standard capacity; an electrical substation; and is sited at a prime location within the fertile Columbia Basin. The PPC offers a central location with easy links to rail, barge, highway, and air. For more information, please contact Sam Good.

Foster Wells Business Park

Foster Wells Business Park is a 63-acre tract of land located in the northwest corner of the Pasco Processing Center. Foster Wells is divided into smaller parcels of 2-10 acres and is ideally suited for manufacturing, warehousing, packaging, distribution, and goods and services providers.

The Business Park offers fully serviced land parcels; proximity to the food processing industry and diverse agricultural developments of the Columbia Basin; in-place utilities, including sanitary sewer, water natural gas, underground power, telephone, and cable; broadband capability; and, convenient and economical transportation infrastructure, including access to a Port-owned rail spur. The Business Park offers a central location with easy links to rail, barge, highway, and air. For more information, please contact Sam Good.

Big Pasco Industrial Center

The 600-acre facility, located along the Columbia River, is home to manufacturing, warehousing, fruit and vegetable packing, assembly and distribution plants. The Big Pasco Industrial Center includes nearly 2 million square feet of improved buildings, and developable acreage for diverse industrial development, speculative development and build-to-suit arrangements.

The large warehouses within the Center are of heavy frame construction over solid concrete floors which can accommodate any forklift or palletized load up to 8,000 pounds per square foot. Each building is divided into four bays with each bay measuring 180 feet by 240 feet. Covered docks run full length on each side and handle both truck and rail shipments. The end docks are 12 feet wide and some buildings have end ramps for easy truck access to the end bays. Floors are rail car height and rail tracks serve each building. Easy access to rail, major highway systems, the Tri-Cities Airport and the Multi-Modal Rail/Barge Terminal within Big Pasco make transportation into and out of the complex convenient and efficient. For more information, please contact Sam Good.

Multi-Modal Rail / Barge Terminal

Built in 1976, the Port of Pasco Container Terminal is a multi-modal facility on the Columbia River in Pasco, Washington.The Location of the terminal provides easy access to major highway systems, Burlington Northern Santa Fe mainline service to Tacoma and Seattle, and barge service to Portland, Oregon.

The 15-acre site provides storage capacity for over 1,000 containers and chassis with an additional 100 acres of ground available adjacent to the site. The terminal maintains refrigeration unit plugs for 24 containers at 230/460 volt, 3-phase power, a full-service washout facility and has EDI computer system capabilities. For more information, please contact Sam Good.

Osprey Pointe

Osprey Pointe, one of the few untapped, levy-free Columbia River waterfront properties is located within the Port’s Big Pasco Industrial Center. The design of the 110-acre site with riverfront views of the Columbia River and access to the 26-mile Sacagawea Heritage Trail is complete.

The site plan includes over 1 million square feet that combines office, manufacturing, warehousing and mixed/combined use space for firms such as research and development, professional services, commercial activities high technology operations and light manufacturing and assembly plants. It is designed to create an attractive riverfront business center. For more information, please contact Sam Good.

Tri-Cities Airport

The Tri-Cities Airport is the third largest air carrier airport in Washington State with national and regional airlines serving the communities of southeastern Washington and northeastern Oregon. It also serves as a major corporate, freight and general aviation center. The airport serves more than 450,000 passengers annually with comfort and convenience. On-site services include a restaurant, specialty gift shop and rental cars. Ample vehicle parking and alternate transportation needs are available near the terminal building. For more information, please contact Ron Foraker.

Tri-Cities Airport East Side Industrial Park

A 70-acre industrial park, east of the airport terminal, includes over 500,000 square feet of building space and is home to agricultural, small business warehouse/manufacturing companies, and local governmental support shops. For more information, please contact Ron Foraker.

Tri-Cities Airport Business Center

The 86-acre Tri-Cities Airport Business Center is ideally situated near the Airport has been developed for higher-end commercial businesses and is ideal for a commercial business setting that might include office buildings, or services for the surrounding businesses and residents. For more information, please contact Ron Foraker.

Marine Terminal

The Marine Terminal, a 28-acre riverfront site located at the northeast corner of the Ed Hendler Cable Bridge is currently undergoing environmental cleanup efforts with redevelopment slated for approximately 2015. The site is equipped with utilities, a road network, and fronts the Columbia River. Future development plans for the site could include light industrial, office, and commercial development. For more information, please contact Sam Good.