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April 29, 2015
Port seeks tenants for Ridgefield warehouse
Daily Journal of Commerce
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The Port of Ridgefield is finishing the site plan and designs and is seeking permits for a 112,000-square-foot industrial building on port-owned property south of the Ridgefield Industrial Park on 11th Street in Ridgefield.
Port CEO Brent Grening said they hope to pick a general contractor and start construction in July, but will need a tenant first. Construction cost of the shell is estimated at $6 million and the entire project, including land, will cost $11 million.
The building will be constructed of concrete tilt-up panels, making for a short seven-month construction schedule.
Mackenzie is architect and engineer.
A port news release said the space could be divided between as many as four tenants for office, warehouse or light-industrial uses. The release said the port would consider selling the building after it's built.
Scott Fraser at Kidder Mathews is in charge of leasing. The rate is 45 cents per square foot, triple net.
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