The Boeing Company today announced its intention to sell undeveloped property at its Harbour Pointe site in Snohomish County.
The 123-acre property is adjacent to current Boeing operations. The decision to sell this property does not impact existing operations or affect developed portions of the site, according to Jim Nelson, vice president of Facilities for Boeing Commercial Airplane Group.
"The decision to sell this undeveloped property was made as part of the company's ongoing evaluation of its long-term, companywide facilities needs," Nelson said. "The goal is to ensure that Boeing has the proper size and types of properties and facilities to support our business requirements now, and in the future.
Last month, Boeing announced it was putting up for sale or lease three undeveloped sites adjacent to current operations at Frederickson, Spokane, and Thompson-Isaacson in Washington state; and one site adjacent to Boeing operations near Portland, Ore. Those properties remain on the market.
Boeing has retained Cushman & Wakefield of Washington to market the properties.