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June 6, 2017 Ground broken for Seattle Gateway Center – Two buildings add office space, service to port and 600 jobs in Burien
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ARTICLE DESCRIPTION:

By Lindsay Peyton

With the toss of a shovel of dirt came the promise of 600 or more jobs in Burien.

On Tuesday morning, June 6, the city’s mayor Lucy Krakowiak joined representatives of the Port of Seattle and Panattoni Development for a groundbreaking ceremony for “Seattle Gateway Center,” a 26.2-acre site that will house two Class “A” industrial warehouses.

“We stand here today to celebrate an important milestone in the redevelopment of the area into what will become an important job center in our community,” Krakowiak said.

Bart Brynestad, partner with Panattoni’s Seattle office, said the company plans to complete both buildings, totaling 458,500 sq. ft. of warehouse space, in early 2018.

Seattle Gateway Center 1, 14237 Des Moines Memorial Way S, will be placed on a 19.1-acre site. The building will total 325,290 sq. ft.

Construction will begin simultaneously on the 133,200-sq.ft. Seattle Gateway Center 2, which will be located at 1039 S. 146 St on a 6.71 acre site.

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