Port approves lease with Mary Jane’s Glass Production

Construction of Building 17 is complete

Mary Jane’s Glass Production will soon have a second location within the Port of Camas-Washougal Industrial Park.

Port commissioners have approved a five-year lease, with an option for another five years, for Mary Jane’s to lease the 5,400 square foot Bay 3 in Building 17.

During the first two years, the monthly lease amount will be $2,700 plus leasehold tax of $346. There will be a three percent increase in the lease amount during the third, fourth and fifth years. The new building will include warehouse and administrative space.

Mary Jane’s Glass Production has leased Building 5, in the port’s industrial park, since September 2013. Employees manufacture glass smoking accessories in that building.

Mary Jane’s House of Glass, 1708 “E” St., Washougal, is among the company’ customers. That store sells glass pipes, bongs, candles and incense.

Building 17 is located in the Steigerwald Commerce Center at 4225 S. Lincoln St., Washougal. The port commissioners have already approved leases with Lumino Wellness and Foods in Season, to locate in bays 2 and 1, respectively.

“This building was completely leased before the port even broke ground for construction,” said Port Executive Director David Ripp. “It just shows businesses are optimistic about the economy and want to grow their businesses in an area that has great potential.”

Team Construction LLC, of Vancouver, was the general contractor of the $2.24 million project, to construct the 24,300-square foot Building 17.

The port’s 2016 budget includes $225,000 for engineering services pertaining to Building 18, in the Steigerwald Commerce Center. Johansson Architecture, PC, of Battle Ground, will be the architect for that project.