Forward Air signs $1.2 million lease for Kent West Corporate Park site

DEXUS Property Group announced the lease renewal to Forward Air Corporation for a 47,025 square-foot building in the Kent West Corporate Park industrial property. The five year lease began May 1 and is valued at more than $1.2 million.

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  • Saturday, May 14, 2011 6:35pm
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Kent West Corporate Park will continue to be home to the Forward Air office. The site provides the air cargo company with central access to Sea-Tac Airport

Kent West Corporate Park will continue to be home to the Forward Air office. The site provides the air cargo company with central access to Sea-Tac Airport

DEXUS Property Group announced the lease renewal to Forward Air Corporation for a 47,025 square-foot building in the Kent West Corporate Park industrial property. The five year lease began May 1 and is valued at more than $1.2 million.

Forward Air is an air cargo and surface transportation  company based in Greeneville, Tenn.

The Kent West Corporate Park site is located at 6531 S. 219th St., Kent.

According to a release on the transaction, the building provides a distribution facility, location and services Forward Air’s needs as a leading provider of transportation and logistics services to the North American air cargo industry.

The facility offers Forward Air close proximity to the Sea-Tac Airport, access to Interstate 5 and state Route 167. The site offers dock-high and grade level truck loading doors and a truck staging area.

Brian Bruininks of the The Andover Company represented DEXUS in the transaction, and Michael Bauer of Fischer & Company represented Forward Air.

 

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