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February 17, 2015
Salmon Bay Marine Center has completed another building at its shipyard at 2360 W. Commodore Way, east of the Ballard Locks.
The two-story, 25,000-square-foot Varco-Pruden metal building houses offices and shop space. Four bays have roll-up doors and there is loft space for the offices.
The building is fully leased with two tenants: S3 Maritime and North American Fishing Supplies.
Salmon Bay Marine Center offers moorage, maintenance, and refit and repair of yachts and other large vessels. It has 110,000 square feet of office and shop space, plus moorage for vessels up to 240 feet.
Owner: Salmon Bay Marine Center
Pre-engineered building: CHG Building Systems
General contractor: Charter Construction
Architect: Wynn + Associates Architecture
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