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Plan for Vancouver warehouse has Fruit Valley residents worried about impacts

By Lauren Ellenbecker, Columbian staff writer, and
Sarah Wolf, Columbian staff writer
Published: January 7, 2023, 6:05am
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Potential neighbors of Prologis Park, a planned warehouse and distribution facility in Fruit Valley, are concerned about the development, which is slated to occupy 35 acres of land. Those living in nearby residential areas assert that their health and safety may be at risk as they anticipate the jump in traffic flows that Prologis Park would bring.
Potential neighbors of Prologis Park, a planned warehouse and distribution facility in Fruit Valley, are concerned about the development, which is slated to occupy 35 acres of land. Those living in nearby residential areas assert that their health and safety may be at risk as they anticipate the jump in traffic flows that Prologis Park would bring. (Amanda Cowan/The Columbian) Photo Gallery

Vancouver could become one of many areas nationwide witnessing an emergence of mega-warehouses, as more than 35 acres at its westernmost point are being considered for such a development.

Industrial property giant Prologis, a San Francisco-based company, is seeking to establish a facility composed of three separate buildings, roughly 41 to 43 feet tall, totaling 561,800 square feet in Vancouver’s Fruit Valley neighborhood, according to planning documents obtained by The Columbian.

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