Washington Real Estate Sites is located east of the Highway 100 and Vossbrink Drive intersection and is fully developed and zoned for heavy industrial usage. The site enjoys public road access and utility infrastructure to each site, and proximity to rail service, highways and numerous amenities. The City of Washington has had great success with Washington Real Estate Sites and has attracted users including Melton Machine & Control Company, LMI Aerospace and Sisters of Mercy Health System of St. Louis.
The remaining lots within the site are Certified Sites through the Missouri Department of Economic Development and designated as Elite Sites through Ameren Missouri. There are approximately 30 acres available between 4 sites in Washington Real Estate Sites.
Public utilities for the site are provided by the City of Washington include a one million gallon water tower and 12″ circulating water mains with a PSI of 63, a newly constructed wastewater treatment facility with 8″ lines, and stormwater retention is provided for all lots within the site.
Additional utilities within the park include 12.5 kv and 34.7 kv power supplied by Ameren Missouri, 4″ and 6″ 20 PSI gas lines provided by Missouri Natural Gas and T1 lines and a DS3 fiber optic cable are provided by AT&T. Washington is also served by the Volunteer Washington Fire Department which maintains an ISO rating of 3 for the community.
|Site||Washington Real Estate Sites|
|Available Buildings||Land Available for Office, Warehouse/Distribution|
|Available Area Site (Acres)||30+ acres|
|Address||Washington, MO 63090|
|Asking Price PSF||Contact broker|
|Incentives & Benefits||Chapter 100 tax abatement, ACT Work Ready Community|
|Onsite Utilities||Electric, Natural gas, Water, Sewer, Telecom|
|Highway Access||Hwy 100|
|Broker Name||Sal Maniaci|
|Broker Company||Washington, MO|
|Broker Name||Geoff Orf|
|Broker Company||Colliers International|
|Major Tenants (Move-In Date)||- Computech (2013)
- Hodges Badge (2013)
- LMI Aerospace (2010)
- Melton Machine (2018)
- WEG Transformers (2004)