Fishermen’s Terminal Long Term Strategic Plan

Fishermen’s Terminal Long Term Strategic Plan

Seattle, Wa

Fishermen’s Terminal Long Term Strategic Plan

Seattle, Wa

Commercial fishing activity at Seattle’s iconic Fishermen’s Terminal generates $450 million in business revenue annually, and nearly $40 million in state and local taxes. As part of the Century Agenda, the Port established the goal of doubling the size of the commercial fishing business cluster anchored by Fishermen’s Terminal.

 

VIA’s Role + Responsibilities:

The Long-Term Strategic Plan developed in collaboration with the Port’s planning staff lays the groundwork for short- (two years) to long term (ten year) intensification of this 26- acre industrial maritime property. Building upon key leasing parameters, and with the input of a technical committee, the Long-Term Plan identified site program characteristics, public access and mobility recommendations, opportunity sites as well as mixed industrial building prototypes. The Plan, adopted by the Port Commission in April of 2016, puts together a set of strategies to support the long-term health of Seattle’s maritime economic cluster.