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Clark County attracts warehouse developers as industry booms

By Sarah Wolf, Columbian staff writer
Published: October 26, 2022, 6:30am
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Warehouse Manager Lucas Salazr, left, and warehouse worker Chase Campbell, right, fill orders at Vancouver Bolt & Supply in 2019.  Demand for warehouse space like this supply company's have increased in recent years.
Warehouse Manager Lucas Salazr, left, and warehouse worker Chase Campbell, right, fill orders at Vancouver Bolt & Supply in 2019. Demand for warehouse space like this supply company's have increased in recent years. (The Columbian files) Photo Gallery

What’s that big building going up in your neighborhood? Odds are it’s a warehouse.

Nationally and locally, demand for warehouse space has been high. In the Portland metro area, vacancy rates for industrial space has declined and lease rates have gone up. This has encouraged developers to build even more facilities here.

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