LogistiCenter at 167 - Industrial Space for Lease

This Property is Represented by

Vanessa Herzog, SIOR, CCIM
Senior Vice President, Partner
Kidder Mathews
Patricia Loveall, SIOR
Senior Vice President, Partner
Kidder Mathews
Property Information:
LogistiCenter at 167 Brochure.pdf

Quick Overview

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Property Information

LogistiCenterSMat 167 is a 225,972-square-foot industrial facility in Fife, Washington. LogistiCenterSMat 167 is strategically located within 1.7 miles from the primary access point to the Port of Tacoma and Interstate 5. This modern bulk warehouse and distribution center provides expedient shipping options for local, regional and national distribution. 
The 11.51 acre property is ideally located within the City of Fife’s primary industrial distribution neighborhood. LogistiCenterSM at 167 offers immediate access to shipping, trucking and the concentrated demographics of the Puget Sound MSA. 

Download the property brochure here. 

Site Features


32' Clear Height 70 Dock Doors
166 Car Stalls 4 Grade Level Doors
162 Trailer Stalls 50' x 53' bay Spacing with 60' Speed Bay

Location & Logistics

LogistiCenterSM at 167 is located in Pierce County. The second largest county in Washington, Pierce County is the home to the Port of Tacoma, the largest deep water port in Washington.The Port of Tacoma and the Port of Seattle brought in a combined 3.4 million TEU count in 2014. In 2014 the Seattle and Tacoma Ports created The Northwest Seaport Port Alliance. This created the 3rd largest gateway in North America (TEU count) and the 4th largest by export value. 
LogistiCenterSMat 167 is centrally located in the SR 167 Completion project. The SR 167 Completion project will build the remaining four miles of SR 167 between SR 161 (Meridian) and I-5, completing a long-planned connected to I-5. This project also includes a 2-mile new connection from I-5 to SR 509. These improvements will provide two lanes in each direction from Tacoma to Puyallup. The project will also build five interchanges located at SR 509, 54th Avenue, I-5, Valley Avenue and SR 161 (Meridian). The environmental documentation for the project includes the ability to add HOV lanes in the future.