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The La Conner Marina was first built in 1970 to be a jobs producer, in alignment with the Port’s mission of “Good Jobs for our Community.” It is still the same focus today, with an additional emphasis on recreational boating that supports the local economy through tourism and the marine services industry. Seeing the commercial maritime industry and recreational boating coexist and support one another represents the fruition of the Port of Skagit Commission’s vision from decades earlier.
Today, the La Conner Marina is part of a thriving maritime community that supports marine manufacturing, small businesses, commercial fishing, and recreational boating that contributes positively to the overall economy of Skagit County. It is home to 17 businesses, supporting more than 300 jobs in the area.
Finding opportunities to partner on a mutually beneficial goal is something the Port of Skagit does often and well. With a strong focus on aerospace and maritime manufacturing—two industries that are well-suited for their NW corner of the world—the Port is strategic in finding committed partners with quality products that can bring jobs and commerce to its community.
Leasing Information & Policy
Port staff builds supportive relationships with our business tenants, and are always looking for new businesses and new jobs to bring in to the Port family.
Buildings become available on Port property from time to time and we work closely with potential tenants to find the right fit to meet our respective goals and objectives.
Vacancy rates are low on Port property, due in large part to the supportive business environment and the strategic industry recruitment efforts we have undergone to find and support our business tenants.
Feel free to reach out to our team and inquire about what buildings and properties are available that might suit your needs.
To learn more about leasing and business opportunities with the Port of Skagit, please contact our business development director. Scott Peterson