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Fishermen's Terminal Redevelopment

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A Living Community Landmark that Supports the Maritime Industry

The Port of Seattle is developing a long-term strategic plan for Fishermen’s Terminal that leverages maritime and fishing activities and industries. The Maritime Innovation Center (MInc), site improvements at Fishermen’s Terminal, and the Gateway Building make up the planned projects for the Fishermen’s Terminal Redevelopment.

Simple map rendering of projects part of the Fishermen's Terminal Redevelopment
Project locations for the Fishermen’s Terminal Redevelopment. 

Anticipated Timeline

The estimated schedule for completion of site improvements at Fishermen’s Terminal and the MInC is at the end of 2023. The Gateway Building project has been paused until 2026 due to economic impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Fishermen's Terminal Redevelopment Projects

Maritime Innovation Center (MInC)

The MInC will help the region's maritime industry adopt advanced technologies and stimulate innovative entrepreneurship. The historic Ship Supply Building will be restored and modernized into a 15,000 square foot facility that features work, fabrication and event space for new business incubators and accelerators, and anchor tenants. The MInC will be LEED and Living Building Challenge-certified in alignment with the Port's sustainability goals. 

Rendering of the interior space of the Maritime Innovation Center
Restoration of the historic Ship Supply Building at Fishermen’s Terminal will support the Port’s maritime small business incubator program. 

Site Improvements at Fishermen's Terminal

To enhance the public experience at Fishermen’s Terminal, the Port is investing in site improvements that tell the history and impact of the fishing industry, enhance site safety for visitors and fishers, and explore partnership opportunities. Planned improvements include landscape plantings, parking striping, crosswalk improvements, site furniture, interpretative signage, wayfinding signage, new monument sign, site lighting. 

Rendering of planned site improvements at Fishermen's Terminal overlaid on aerial map
Planned site improvements at Fishermen's Terminal will address landscaping, signage, and electrical updates.

Gateway Building

The Port Commission voted on March 23, 2021 to pause the Gateway Building until 2026 due to the economic impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. The project remains in the Port’s five-year capital improvement plan.

Related Resources and Documents

April 2021

  • Learn about the Port's redevelopment plans and get a glimpse inside the new Maritime Innovation Center. Watch the presentation for the April 21, 2021 Virtual Open House below and view the presentation slides.

 


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