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Panattoni proposes warehouse along N.E. 152nd Avenue in east Vancouver

Project includes improvements to roadways, parking

By Sarah Wolf, Columbian staff writer
Published: October 4, 2022, 6:04am

A warehouse has been proposed at 6103 N.E. 152nd Ave. near the Burnt Creek Logistics Center currently under construction.

The project, called Panattoni Vancouver Burnt Creek West, would include one warehouse building that is approximately 277,942 square feet on a parcel about 32.8 acres in size. Existing structures, which county records show includes a house, barn, shed and detached garage, would be demolished.

“This project is still very conceptual at this point in time,” said Bjorn Brynestad, development manager at the project’s applicant Panattoni Development Company, in an email to The Columbian. The current building proposal would be for one to two tenants and would be built on a speculative basis, he added.

“We think this site will be a great addition for Panattoni in Vancouver,” Brynestad said. The facility, he continued, would offer close proximity to highways and amenities.

“The Portland/Vancouver industrial market still has great demand for Class A industrial space,” Brynestad said.

The proposal, according to pre-planning documents submitted to the city of Vancouver, includes the warehouse project having one access point off Northeast 152nd Avenue and another off Northeast 156th Avenue.

Panattoni would also make improvements to roadways, parking, loading and circulation areas, as well as site improvements for utilities.

The property, which is zoned for office/commercial/industrial use, is currently owned by Hudlicky Limited Partnership. Panattoni would purchase the property in 2023, Brynestad said.

Panattoni, a California-based international development company, has been active in Clark County. It purchased 9 acres from the Port of Ridgefield in 2019 to build a light-industrial building.

The company has plans to construct a 943,000-square-foot industrial business park along Northwest Lake Road in Camas, which would include two warehouse buildings and one manufacturing building. It also applied earlier this year to build two 132,000-square-foot warehouses on part of east Vancouver’s old English Pit mining property.