Address Total SF/​Office SF Rate/Cost Description
Portside Logistics Park
2600 NW Lower River Road
Vancouver, Washington 98660
Parkway Plaza III
4601 NE 77th Ave
Vancouver, Washington 98662
2,290 $24/sf

Suite 120 in this Class A building is available. This space has several private offices with windows and a lunch room.

Parkway Plaza II
8000 NE Parkway Drive
Vancouver, Washington 98662

This three-story Class A Office Building was completed in 1988. It was constructed with a steel frame and brick facade that provides an impressive environment for professional offices. The building is located in Vancouver, WA between I-5 and I-205 just north of the SR 500 and is convenient to many retail services, restaurants and hotels.

The project was developed while Gregory Specht was employed by Scherzer Partners, Inc. Specht resigned as President of Scherzer Partners, Inc. in November 1990.
 

Parkway Plaza III
4601 NE 77th Avenue
Vancouver, Washington 98662

Parkway Limited Partnership was formed to develop the 52,662 square-foot Parkway Plaza III, a Class A office building in Vancouver, Washington. The $4,800,000 all-union project began in October 1988 and was completed in May 1989. The Specht Company is the managing General Partner of the partnership and the project is managed by Specht Properties. This Class A office building offers superior visibility, location, and quality of construction.

This project was developed while Gregory Specht was employed by Scherzer Partners, Inc. Specht resigned as President of Scherzer Partners, Inc. in November 1990.

Port of Chehalis
321 Maurin Road
Chehalis, Washington 98532

Specht was hired by the Port of Chehalis to assist them with transforming more than 275 acres of raw land into “shovel-ready” industrial sites. This process included assembling a development team, due diligence oversight, master planning the land, creating preliminary infrastructure plans, estimating infrastructure costs, cost allocation to individual parcels, due diligence oversight, and consultation with regard to a variety of other land use items.
 

Portside Industrial Park
3665 NW 32nd Avenue
Vancouver, Washington 98665

The Portside Industrial Park is state-of-the-art industrial space on 18.75 acres. This project features two buildings totaling 352,560 sf and clear height of 30'. The location is unmatched in Vancouver with excellent access to regional air, freeway, rail, and marine systems. The project was completed in February 2017, and fully leased to three tenants within 12 months of completion.

Ridgefield Commerce Center
S. 11TH STREET & TIMM ROAD
Ridgefield, Washington 98642

 

The Ridgefield Commerce Center, a 40-acre industrial subdivision, was developed by Specht Ridgefield, LLC. The project is located off Interstate 5 in Ridgefield, Washington and originally consisted of eleven shovel-ready sites ranging from approximately two to fifteen acres. The project is zoned for light industrial and allows for manufacturing and distribution uses.
 
Planning of the project began in 2003 and and the site was finally acquired and roads and utilities installed in 2006 at a cost of $3,700,000. In late 2006 Pacific Crest Cabinets developed a 15-acre manufacturing facility and Parr Lumber built a 25,600 square-foot retail and distribution site on nearly six acres in the center. Agave Jeans purchased a two-acre lot in 2008 and developed a 24,000 square-foot headquarters and distribution facility.
Oldcastle Glass
1611 SE Commerce Avenue
Battleground, Washington 98604
Parkway Plaza I
8100 NE Parkway Drive
Vancouver, Washington 98662

This three-story Class A Office Building was completed in 1987. It was constructed with a steel frame and brick structure and provides an impressive environment for professional offices. The building is located in Vancouver, WA between I-5 and I-205 just north of the SR 500 and is convenient to many retail services, restaurants and hotels.

The project was developed while Gregory Specht was employed by Scherzer Partners, Inc. Specht resigned as President of Scherzer Partners, Inc. in November 1990.

Farwest Steel
3703 NW Gateway Ave
Vancouver, Washington 98660

The development of the Farwest Steel Service Center project was completed and ready for occupancy in early 2012. The design called for approximately 350,000 SF of manufacturing and distribution space along with an approximately 20,000 SF freestanding office building. Specht was hired by Farwest to manage all aspects of the project, from site selection through completion of construction.

After evaluating several sites in the region, property at the Port of Vancouver USA was ultimately selected. As part of the negotiations for the sale of Port land to Farwest (an action the Port has historically avoided) several long-term commitments related to job-creation and use restrictions were made. Numerous incentive programs, grants, tax credits, and alternative financing mechanisms were explored. The project provides employment for over 200 people in Clark County, at average wages of approximately $40,000, plus benefits.