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Industrial Space for Lease in Seattle

Seattle offers a diverse selection of industrial spaces for lease, providing businesses with warehouses, manufacturing facilities, and distribution centers in a vibrant and strategic location. 

5.3% Vacancy
Rate

$0.99 Asking Rent,
PSF/Monthly

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Latest Industrial Space Listings in Seattle

Kent - Warehouse/Distribution
Multiple Spaces

Warehouse/Distribution

Northwest Corporate Park Kent - Bldg F

19002-20026 87th Ave S
Kent, WA 98031
United States

Total Available Space: 91,200 SF

Rental Price: Negotiable

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Warehouse/Distribution

FRED310 - Bldg G

E 176th St
Frederickson, WA 98387
United States

Available Space: 611,340 SF

Rental Price: Negotiable

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Warehouse/Distribution

FRED310 - Bldg D

E 176th St
Frederickson, WA 98387
United States

Available Space: 317,394 SF

Rental Price: Negotiable

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Warehouse/Distribution

Northwest Corporate Park Kent - Bldg B

20003-20021 85th Ave S
Kent, WA 98031
United States

Available Space: 36,000 SF

Rental Price: Negotiable

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Manufacturing

BTC III Kent Industrial Center

8030-8036 S 194th St, #8030
Kent, WA 98032-1163
United States

Available Space: 16,000 SF

Rental Price: $10.80 USD

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Warehouse/Distribution

3851 1st Ave S

3851 1st Ave S
Seattle, WA 98134-2203
United States

Available Space: 15,000 SF

Rental Price: Negotiable

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Manufacturing

National Sign Bldg

1255 Westlake Ave N
Seattle, WA 98109-3531
United States

Available Space: 27,155 SF

Rental Price: $18.00 - $21.00 USD

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High Technology

3455 Thorndyke Ave W

3455 Thorndyke Ave W
Seattle, WA 98119
United States

Available Space: 5,320 SF

Rental Price: $24.00 USD

Why implement your industrial space in Seattle?

Seattle boasts a robust market for industrial space for lease, catering to the diverse needs of businesses across various industries. With a strategic location and excellent transportation infrastructure, the city is an ideal hub for warehousing, manufacturing, and distribution operations. From large-scale warehouses capable of accommodating substantial inventory to flexible industrial spaces designed for smaller businesses, Seattle offers a range of options to suit different requirements.  

These industrial properties often come equipped with modern amenities, advanced logistics capabilities, and proximity to major transportation hubs, including the Port of Seattle and Sea-Tac International Airport. With a thriving economy and a skilled workforce, leasing industrial space in Seattle provides businesses with a strategic advantage in reaching local, regional, and international markets while being part of a dynamic and innovative business community.


How much does it cost to rent an industrial space in Seattle?

The cost of renting an industrial space in Seattle can vary significantly depending on various factors such as the location, size, amenities, lease terms, and the current real estate market conditions. 

To read: our Seattle MarketBeat Industrial report analyzes quarterly economic and commercial real estate activity including supply, demand and pricing trends at the market and submarket levels.

Are industrial space rents likely to increase in Seattle?

Factors such as population growth, economic conditions, industry expansion, and infrastructure development can all influence the rental market dynamics. Seattle's continued growth as a technology and trade hub, along with its strategic location and access to major transportation routes, may contribute to the upward pressure on industrial space rents. 

However, it's important to consider that market conditions can change, and multiple factors can influence rental rates over time. Fluctuations in the economy, shifts in industry trends, and changes in supply and demand dynamics can impact rental prices in the future. 


Popular neighborhoods in Seattle

Seattle offers a variety of popular neighborhoods for leasing industrial space, each with its own unique characteristics and advantages. Here are a few notable neighborhoods known for their industrial areas: 

  • Georgetown: Located south of downtown Seattle, Georgetown is known for its industrial charm. It offers a mix of older warehouses and industrial buildings that have been repurposed for various businesses. Georgetown's proximity to major transportation routes and the Port of Seattle makes it an attractive location for industrial leasing. 
  • SODO (South of Downtown): Just south of downtown Seattle, SODO is a bustling industrial district. It is home to a wide range of industries, including manufacturing, distribution, and logistics. The area benefits from its proximity to major highways, rail lines, and the Port of Seattle.
  • Ballard: Situated in the northwest part of the city, Ballard has a mix of industrial and commercial spaces. The neighborhood offers a unique blend of industrial charm and trendy amenities. With its waterfront location and proximity to major transportation routes, Ballard is an appealing option for industrial leasing.
  • Interbay: Located between Ballard and downtown Seattle, Interbay is an emerging neighborhood for industrial and commercial activity. It offers a range of industrial spaces and warehouses, often with convenient access to highways and transportation corridors.
  • Rainier Valley: Situated southeast of downtown, Rainier Valley has a growing industrial presence. It provides a mix of industrial buildings suitable for various businesses, including light manufacturing and distribution. The area benefits from its proximity to major transportation routes and the Port of Seattle. 

Getting to and from Seattle

Seattle is well-connected and offers several transportation options for getting to and from the city: 

  • Sea-Tac International Airport: Seattle is served by Sea-Tac International Airport, located about 14 miles south of downtown. It is a major airport with numerous domestic and international flights, making it easy to reach Seattle from various destinations. 
  • Public Transportation: Seattle has an extensive public transportation system, including buses, light rail, and streetcars. King County Metro operates bus routes throughout the city and surrounding areas, while Sound Transit provides light rail services connecting downtown Seattle with the airport and neighboring cities like Bellevue and Tacoma. 
  • Amtrak: Seattle's King Street Station is a hub for Amtrak train services, offering connections to various cities in the region and beyond. Amtrak's Cascades route, for example, runs from Vancouver, Canada, through Seattle, to Portland and Eugene, Oregon. 
  • Interstate Highways: Several major interstate highways serve Seattle, including Interstate 5 (I-5), which runs north-south through the city and connects it to neighboring states like Oregon and California. Interstate 90 (I-90) provides an east-west connection to cities like Spokane, Washington, and ultimately reaches the East Coast. 
  • Ferries: Seattle is surrounded by water, and ferry services are available for transportation to nearby islands and other coastal destinations. Washington State Ferries operate from terminals in downtown Seattle, offering routes to places like Bainbridge Island, Bremerton, and the San Juan Islands.
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