Barlow Point

Barlow Point
The Port of Longview seized the opportunity for future growth by purchasing Barlow Point in 2010.  The 280-acre greenfield acquisition is a critical supplement to the Port's 353 acres of industrial property, which is nearing capacity. 

Just 4 miles downriver from the Port proper, the Barlow Point sits directly on a naturally deep portion of the Columbia River shipping channel. Located within Longview city limits and zoned manufacturing, as is the Port's existing industrial property.

Non-tax supported general revenue bonds were issued in late November 2010 to finance the acquisition. 

282 acre parcel
6,000' of deep-draft Columbia River access
Located at river mile 62
Access to rail and highway

The  Port of Longview, along with consultant KPFF, developed a blueprint for future growth -- It outlines steps to develop the property and determine infrastructure needs and costs.  A full Environmental Assessment will need to be conducted for potential development scenarios. 

ontainer Options

Property Master Plan

The  Port of Longview, along with consultant KPFF, developed a blueprint for future growth -- It outlines steps to develop the property and determine infrastructure needs and costs.  A full Environmental Assessment will need to be conducted for potential development scenarios. 

Container Options

Property Master Plan

The  Port of Longview, along with consultant KPFF, developed a blueprint for future growth -- It outlines steps to develop the property and determine infrastructure needs and costs.  A full Environmental Assessment will need to be conducted for potential development scenarios.