26 Dec Kenyon Zero Storage Expands Cold Storage in Pasco
Kenyon Zero Storage is expanding its cold storage complex after closing a $1.1 million deal for 21 acres at the Port of Pasco’s Foster Wells Business Park.
Kenyon will begin construction of a 202,000-square-foot facility to serve growing demand from the Pasco Processing Center. The addition is next to an existing 410,000-square-foot cold storage center on the same property built in 2014 and 2015. Kenyon is led by Scott Wingart.
“One of the main deciding factors in constructing our cold storage facilities at the port property was the proximity to the many existing food processors at the Pasco Processing Center, the diverse agricultural crops grown in the Columbia Basin region, and the ease of access to major transportation routes to the Pacific Northwest,” Wingart said in a statement.
The deal, worth $1.25 per square foot, closed Dec. 5. The Port of Pasco Commission voted to sell the land at its Nov. 14 meeting.