Where to grow, Satsop Business Park

NEWS

April 2014 - Popular recreation areas, Friends Landing and Sterling Landing, in eastern Grays Harbor County could soon be the newest waterfront public access facilities managed by the Port of Grays Harbor.

December 2013 - View a recent news story about Satsop on NW cable news channel.

Whether you are an established company requiring a West Coast hub, a manufacturer getting squeezed for space at your current location, or a start-up enterprise needing office and/or warehouse space with top-notch telecommunications access, Satsop Business Park is your place to grow.

With more than 1,800 acres of mixed-use property, Satsop Business Park has room for you to grow.  Specializing in manufacturing, distribution and industrial space located within the Port of Grays Harbor Foreign Trade Zone and Innovation Partnership Zone, Satsop offers tenants a unique location teeming with assets to help your business succeed.

Offering the only Class A commercial business campus in Coastal Washington, Satsop Business Park can meet your space needs.  These ready-to-occupy commercial spaces are available in a variety of floor plans, sizes and configurations that range from 150 sq. ft. single offices, to Olympic Mountain view office suites, to full office complexes.

The Park also offers a wide range of shovel-ready sites available for short or long-term lease (up to 80 years) all within proximity to the Port of Grays Harbor international shipping terminals, served by nearby rail access, the only four lane highway to the Coast north of San Francisco and two jet capable airports within 30 minutes.

An easy 30-minute commute from I-5, Satsop Business Park is a located in scenic Grays Harbor County in Elma, Washington.  Strategically located in the center of a five county region, Satsop’s workforce totals more than 80,000 within a 30-minute drive.  With plenty of parking and lay down areas, your employees and suppliers will find getting to the Park a stress-less drive compared to the high congestion of the Puget Sound region.

Alissa Shay