This unique industrial waterfront development combines a premium location in the Pacific Northwest with the infrastructure to support a broad range of marine trades businesses. Port Angeles is strategically located on the Strait of Juan de Fuca between the Pacific Ocean and Puget Sound. It is the closest deep-water port to the Pacific Rim on the United States’ west coast.
The MTIP is located on the former site of the PenPly plywood mill. Ove the last three years, it has been thoroughly cleaned up in partnership with the Washington State Department of Ecology. The Port removed environmental contaminants that remained from approximately 70 years of industrial use. The 18-acre waterfront property is now being redeveloped for the exclusive use of marine trades and water-based businesses.
Adjacent infrastructure makes the MTIP an ideal location for businesses supporting the marine industry. The Port of Port Angeles operates two deep-water berths for large vessel repair. Two heavy haul-out marine travel lifts are available: a 300-ton and a 500-ton. The Port will offer competitive lease rates for available land on this industrially-zoned waterfront property.