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The Port of Skagit provides a welcoming environment to a diverse array of businesses at the Bayview Business Park, Skagit Regional Airport and La Conner Marina.
Your business can have it all at the Port of Skagit: Low costs, abundant power, world-class fiber optics, easy-access transportation, a prime work force and Northwest Washington's superb quality of life! It’s all part of The Skagit Advantage.
Check the facts:
• Undeveloped parcels are available for long-term lease at our airport and business park. Currently there are about 100 acres of light-industrial property and 50 acres of heavy-industrial land at the business park (several parcels cleared and ready to build) and about 19 acres at the airport;
• Our innovative leases reduce up-front capital costs while still providing a predictable future for your business;
• A concentration of 19 aerospace/aviation-related businesses creates valuable synergies. Click HERE for more information about how aerospace industries take flight at the Port of Skagit;
• The business park is adjacent to the airport, and commercial flights out of Bellingham’s airport are only 30 minutes away. Easy access to Interstate 5 is just four miles away;
• Space is available for marine-related businesses in existing buildings at the La Conner Marina;
• Industrial-capacity fiber optic communication systems are installed throughout port properties and robust enough for any application;
• The exceptional infrastructure includes state-of-the-art stormwater management;
• Proper zoning is in place;
• Wetland issues have been addressed.
Meet Our Real Estate Team:
Members of the port’s real estate team are experienced, business-oriented professionals who take great pride in their work to bring good jobs to the Skagit Valley.
Patricia Botsford-Martin, Executive Director
Patsy began her port career in 1987 as property manager for the Port of Anacortes and eventually became environmental manager. She joined the Port of Skagit in 1995 and worked in a variety of capacities before becoming executive director in 2007. Patsy earned a master’s degree in political science and environmental studies from Western Washington University in 1993. Her phone number is 360-757-9834.
Scott Peterson, Director of Business Development and Real Estate
Scott was a business owner prior to joining the Port of Skagit as director of finance in 2000. He earned a master’s degree in public administration from City University in 2006 and became the port’s director of business development and real estate in 2007. His phone number is 360-757-9835.
Sara Young, Manager of Projects, Planning and Environmental Services
Sara worked as an environmental and land use regulatory consultant prior to joining the Port of Skagit as manager of planning and environmental services in 2007. Her role has expanded to include management of capital projects, port maintenance and Skagit Regional Airport. She received a master’s degree in soil science from the University of Idaho in 1998. Her phone number is 360-757-9830.