The City and Port of Ridgefield together announced today that a new retail development center that includes a grocery store will move forward on a portion of the port’s Discovery Ridge property [...]
Like a musician in Nashville, an actor in Hollywood or a writer in New York, there’s a stretch of highway in north Clark County that’s waiting to be discovered. The area’s tireless promoters [...]
Nelson Holmberg, vice president of innovation for the Port of Ridgefield has a vision. “We want to light up the whole Discovery Corridor with data capacity. This will attract advanced [...]
Port of Ridgefield makes preliminary cut to build, lease $8 million facility housing 100 WDF&W employees
The Port of Ridgefield was recently chosen as the “apparent successful proposer” for the construction and leasing of a Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife building.
A shifting industrial development market that plays to the Port of Ridgefield’s business model, coupled with new funds availability, led the Port’s commission.
As the Port of Ridgefield moves ahead in its efforts to encourage quality development in the rapidly-growing Discovery Corridor just north of Portland...
New building is a part of the port’s plan to develop the area around 11th Street near I-5