Home to more than 100 businesses, the Port of Grays Harbor offers growing companies more than 600-acres of prime industrial and commercial development properties. Located on the Pacific Northwest Coastal Export Corridor, these sites provide access to rail, highways, marine shipping and telecommunications infrastructure.
Designated as a United States Foreign Trade Zone, these sites offer international trading companies financial incentives for re-manufacturing of goods. Additional financial incentives, including forgiveness of State Business and Occupation Taxes for qualifying companies, are available for businesses developing in Grays Harbor.
Detailed demographic information about Grays Harbor is available at the Greater Grays Harbor, Inc. website.
Commerce Park offers sites ranging from less than an acre to five acres in the heart of the Port Industrial Area.
Frye Creek Park is a seven acre industrial site in the center of the marine industrial area.
This 45-acre site with nearby industrial property is a good location for water dependent industry.
With panoramic views of the Grays Harbor Estuary, North Bowerman Hill is prime view property for a developer.
Located in U.S. Foreign Trade Zone 173, Marine Terminal 3 (T3) is a 150 acre upland site with a 600 ft. all-concrete deep-water shipping terminal.
Elma & East Grays Harbor
Room to Grow - commercial, advanced manufacturing, supply-chain distribution, light to heavy industrial.
With more than 1,800 acres of mixed-use property, Satsop Business Park has room for you to grow. Specializing in manufacturing, distribution and industrial space located within the Port of Grays Harbor Foreign Trade Zone and Innovation Partnership Zone, Satsop offers tenants a unique location teeming with assets to help your business succeed.
Located in U.S. Foreign Trade Zone 173, Westport Marina properties front State Highway 105.