U.S. Postal Service is looking to buy or lease property for new post office

Saturday, October 28, 2017

Postal Service is looking to purchase or lease
land to house the North City Post Office
Photo by Steven H. Robinson
The U.S. Postal Service is losing the lease for the North City Post Office at NE 175th and 15th NE in Shoreline.

Do you own property or know someone who owns property they might like to sell or lease to the Feds?

According to Postal Service Real Estate Specialist Greg Shelton, here's what they are looking for:

Location (as close as possible to the current location at NE 175th and 15th NE, ideally less than a 1 mile)

Option1: Retail and Carriers in one building known as a one for one
  • Building size: 19,648 Gross SF or about 16,833 Net SF
  • Parking: 153 Parking (21 Customer, 76 Employee and 56 Carriers)
  • Land Size: 110,000 SF
  • Docks: One 30” High and one 50” high minimums
Option 2: Retail only (Has the PO BOX and service counter)
  • Building size: 4,329 Gross SF or about 3,684 Net SF
  • Parking: 25 Parking (20 Customer and 5 Employee)
  • Land Size: 42,000 SF
  • Docks: One 30” High
Option 3: Carrier Building only (Can be a warehouse more industrial)
  • Building size: 15,785 Gross SF or about 13,770 Net SF
  • Parking: 131 Parking (2 Customer, 73 Employee and 56 Carriers)
  • Land Size: 95,000 SF
  • Docks: One 30” High and one 50” high minimums

Ideally, they would prefer an existing building. If someone is building a building that meets their needs, they will consider this as well.

Also, they would consider purchasing property to build a facility.

Contact Bryan Hester with CBRE regarding all properties.

Bryan Hester / Vice President CBRE
1420 Fifth Avenue, Suite 1700, Seattle, WA 98101 


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