Port of Kalama’s Spencer Creek Business Park is now available for development and lease. Located north of Kalama River Road right off of Interstate 5, the much-anticipated Business Park offers 70 acres of developable commercial property that will support a mix of light industrial and commercial ventures including:

  • Lodging/Hospitality
  • Services
  • Retail
  • Food/Bevarage
  • Convenience
  • Gas Station
  • More

The Port has invested in the preliminary infrastructure and construction of the site including filling and grading, installation of storm water treatment systems, and road improvements to make way for new commercial development. Brokers and interested businesses are welcome to explore the opportunities here in an enviable location right off the freeway.

And for the Kalama community, the business park construction and operational activities are projected to support more than 1,000 jobs and millions of dollars in new local economic activity.

“Maybe one of the region’s best kept secrets, this Port of Kalama commercial property, offers some of the best value and opportunity for businesses interested in affordability, accessibility and infrastructure-rich land on which to grow,” says Ted Sprague, president, Cowlitz Economic Development Council. “Spencer Creek Business Park offers an A+ location right off of I-5 with infrastructure in place for businesses looking to serve a well-trafficked stretch of the corridor. And best of all, developers get a long-term, committed, visionary and innovative partner in the Port of Kalama.”

A competitive, driven and innovative team, Port of Kalama staff act as ‘Boots on the Ground’ for a growing community of businesses who have relocated or grown there—committed to customer service and helping developers and businesses thrive:

  • Experienced developers
  • Capital-rich entity with funding for partnership
  • Economic and environmental award-winning team
  • Right off I-5
  • Collaborative, business-friendly

“We fully expect the development of Spencer Creek Business Park to attract new businesses to the region and provide more family wage jobs here,” said the president of the Port of Kalama Commissioner Troy Stariha. “Not only are we expanding recreational and employment opportunities for the region, we’re offering first-rate facilities that will draw visitors and investment from throughout our region and beyond.”

Interested developers, brokers and businesses should contact Liz Newman, marketing manager, Port of Kalama, 360-673-2379

See important Spencer Creek Business Park documents below:
SCBP Economic Development Study
SCBP East Port Master Plan Application

Spencer Creek Business Park News

  • 17Jan

    Port of Kalama’s Spencer Creek Business Park is now available for development

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  • 12Dec

    Port of Kalama considers exclusivity agreement with local firm to explore development of Spencer Creek Business Park

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  • 27Nov

    Port of Kalama approves changes to roundabout at Spencer Creek Business Park

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  • 08Feb

    Port of Kalama Awards Contract for Spencer Creek Business Park Phase 1 Project

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  • 08Feb

    Port of Kalama opens bidding process for construction of next phase of Spencer Creek Business Park

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  • 22Jan

    Port of Kalama Seeks Innovative Partner to Develop First Phase of Spencer Creek Business Park

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  • 31May

    Port of Kalama Honored with Pathways 2020 Community Champions Award for Economic Vitality

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  • 30Mar

    We’re progressing! Site preparation now underway at Port of Kalama’s Spencer Creek Business Park

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  • 06Jan

    Port of Kalama’s East Port Initiative brings advanced recreational and economic growth to the region; new video highlights regional opportunity

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  • 15Dec

    Truckloads of sand to begin moving from Steelscape site to Spencer Creek Business Park

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