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November 01, 2018
Vector plans Tacoma distribution center
Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce
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Kirkland-based Vector Development Co. announced it will build the 78,000-square-foot Tacoma I-5 Distribution Center at 2519 S. 96th St. SynThesis Architects designed it, Pennon Construction will build it, and Kidder Mathews' Doug Klein and Laura Fox will market the space. Construction should begin in March 2019 and be finished by September. Vector's Tyler Litzenberger said in a statement, "We are interested in additional development projects and build-to-suit opportunities throughout Western Washington." Vector is also planning projects in Covington and Tacoma that should break ground next year.
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