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Vancouver distinguishes between warehouses, industrial buildings in face of moratorium

Moratorium hasn’t stopped light industrial buildings from being planned in city

By , Columbian staff writer
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FedEx and UPS trucks sit at loading bays at an Aurora Logistics warehouse in Vancouver. The city enacted a moratorium on large new warehouses at the end of last year.
FedEx and UPS trucks sit at loading bays at an Aurora Logistics warehouse in Vancouver. The city enacted a moratorium on large new warehouses at the end of last year. (Taylor Balkom/The Columbian) Photo Gallery

Late last year, the Vancouver City Council put the kibosh on large new warehouses within the city. And yet, with the hot industrial real estate market in Vancouver and beyond, developers are still planning new industrial buildings.

They’re just not warehouses.

Clark County is an appealing spot for warehouse developers wanting to have space near major highways and close to amenities.

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