Another Amazon industrial building is joining the future cluster of Amazon distribution buildings near Northeast Fourth Plain Boulevard and Northeast 169th Avenue.
The next building, more specifically located at Northeast 147th Avenue and Northeast 59th Street, is on a 1.47-acre lot that is still owned by James F. Keller and Leonard Cebula Trustees, according to county records. An October 2021 deed lists Amazon.com Services as a purchaser or grantee.
The planned building will be a 93,000-square-foot commercial building. It will have about 29 “dock-high” freight-loading doors, two drive-thru overhead doors and “storefront entrances with the potential to serve multiple tenants,” according to plans submitted to the city of Vancouver. There will be 61 parking spaces.
The new building will join Amazon’s proposed cluster of warehouses on surrounding properties, which will also likely coordinate with a warehouse development by Bridge Industrial at 5500 N.E. 162nd Ave. that could be leased to Amazon; Bridge Development has a history of partnering with Amazon.
The buildings will become the first Amazon locations in Clark County.
Bridge Industrial also plans to improve and build upon the roadways around the facility for the additional traffic along Northeast 162nd Avenue.