Burlington Industrial Property for Sale
Available Sq. Ft.
Lot Sq. Ft.43560
Building Sq. Ft.5114
Year Built: 1999
Listed By Gage Commercial Real Estate LLC
Available Sq. Ft.
Lot Sq. Ft.47437
Building Sq. Ft.
Listed By Dave Nelson Real Estate
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Industrial Property and Buildings in Burlington WA
Burlington Washington is the leading city in Skagit County for industrial growth. The industrial zoning in Burlington is sprawled throughout the city. The heaviest concentration of industrial zoning is located at the north end of Burlington near Burlington Hill in the Business Park District. There is also M-1 industrial zoning located within the downtown core and near the Skagit River.
The industrial zoning in Burlington Washington falls within M-1 and BP zoning. BP zoning is for business parks, which can accommodate industrial uses so as long as the industrial businesses fall within the scoop and covenants of the particular business park.
The M-1 zoning in Burlington is designated for manufacturing, warehousing and distribution operation which require little or no retail contact with the general public. Permitted primary uses in Burlington’s M-1 zoning include but are not limited to basic wood processing including sawmills, planing mills, veneering and laminating of wood, cold storage plants, commercial laundries, contractor trade services including storage yards, enameling, galvanizing and electroplating, equipment repair and storage, heavy equipment and truck repair, janitorial services, job training and vocational education.
Manufacturing uses include but are not limited to manufacturing, assembling and packaging of articles, products, or merchandise from previously prepared natural or synthetic materials, including but not limited to bristles, canvas, cellophane, and similar synthetics, chalk, clays, (pulverized only, with gas or electric kilns), cloth, cork, feathers, felt, fiber, fur, glass, (including glass finishing), graphite, hair, horn, leather, paper, paraffin, plastic and resins, precious or semi-precious metals or stones, putty, pumice, rubber, shell, textiles, tobacco, wire, wood, wool, and yarn. electronic, automotive, aerospace, airframe, or related manufacturing and assembly activities, including precision machine shops producing parts, accessories, assemblies, systems, engine, major components, and whole electronic or electrical devices, automobiles, aircraft, aerospace, or underwater vehicles, but specifically excluding explosive fuels and propellants, processing, assembling and packaging of precision components and products, including precision machine shops for products such as radio and television equipment, business machine equipment, home appliances, scientific, optical, medical, dental, and drafting instruments, photographic and optical goods, phonograph records and pre-recorded audio-visual tape, measurement and control devices, sound equipment and supplies, personal accessories, and products of similar character.
Burlington Industrial Market Statistics (2017 YTD)