PASCO, Wash.—The Port of Pasco has been working out of their new facility for almost a year, but there are still plans waiting to come to fruition.
Osprey Pointe is 20,200 square feet and 10,000 square feet of it are not being used. The Port of Pasco is looking to lease the bottom portion of their building. They're looking for commercial activities or professional service firms. For now, local businesses are using the rooms.
"We've had a number of TRIDEC meetings here, local counsel government has had meetings here, we've got one of our river user association is having a meeting on Friday so trying to get it out and about and well known as far as the local community usages," says James Toomey, Port of Pasco Executive Director.
The project cost about $5.1-million. Toomey says within the next year or so they'll be working on adding restroom and picnic areas to the 5-acres of land next to the Columbia River.