Bridge Development Partners has formally announced two industrial projects in Kent and Sumner. Bridge Point Kent 100 is being built on a 4.7-acre site it acquired last month for almost $5 million. The new building, at 26524 79th Ave. S., will have 97,500 square feet, with 30-foot clear heights, and 14 dock-high and two grade-level doors. Nelson is the architect, and Sierra Construction Co. is the general contractor. Construction will begin soon, and should be completed in early 2020. Shawn Childs and Andrew Stark of CBRE are leasing the property for Bridge. Bridge Point Sumner 60 will be developed on almost 3 acres acquired last month for $2 million. The building, at 1710 136th Ave. E., will have 64,600 square feet, 30-foot clear heights, three grade-level doors, 10 dock-high doors, and a 120-foot truck court. Synthesis Architects designed it, and Sierra will start construction next month. Completion is also expected by early 2020. Kermit Jorgensen and Scott Price of Neil Walter Co. are leasing that project for Bridge, whose local office is led by Justin Carlucci. He said in a statement, “Seattle is one of the top industrial markets in the country, as well as one of the most supply-constrained.” Bridge is also developing 41 acres in Lacey as Bridge Point Lacey,with 706,000 square feet in three buildings.