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Prologis PDX 23 receives LEED Gold

Prologis PDX 23 LEED Gold

Prologis PDX 23 has received LEED Gold Certification.

Completed this summer, PDX 23 is a 154,243 square foot distribution center located in the Columbia Corridor East District of Portland, Oregon on NE Airport Way.

The speculative project is now a distribution center for national retailer. PDX 23 has a 32’ clear height with 31 truck doors, and the project’s scope also included a 3,250 square foot office buildout for the building’s tenant.

The 19.3 acre site included 6.8 dedicated acres for Wetlands Mitigation, as the site sits adjacent to the Columbia Slough. Over 80,000 cubic yards of soil was excavated to create the wetland zone, which was then used to create the remaining building site and surcharge. A paved recreational trail runs along the south side of the property, that was dedicated to the City of Portland’s Parks and Recreation department for future use.

Sustainable factors to the projects LEED Gold Certification included the use of recycled and regional materials, low emitting materials, public transportation access, and water use reduction methods.

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