Income Properties – Industrial
||This rock quarry and development opportunity was purchased by Schomac and its affiliates in 2006. It is located approximately 60 miles west of downtown Seattle and 18 miles east of the world-class Suncadia Resort community.
Stampede features a supply of several million tons of aggregate materials to Northwest Washington as a whole and, in particular, the 15.2 mile Department of Transportation Interstate 90 East Highway Rebuild and Widening project.
Containing over 75 acres, this picturesque mountain property is permitted by the Department of Natural Resources and Department of Ecology as a sand and gravel pit, asphalt and concrete batch plant, and concrete slurry reclamation site. It is located just one mile south of the Interstate 90 (I-90) freeway interchange at the Stampede Pass & Kachess Lake exit #62.
Besides being ideally situated precisely in the center of the I-90 project, the various aggregate materials are in high demand due to diminishing supplies in the Northwest, especially in North Bend, Issaquah, and Seattle.
Because of the present permitted mining uses and zoning, this property could be re-configured as it is mined with gravel alpine lakes and contours that would facilitate the development and layout for a beautiful resort, mountain lodge with cabins, or housing subdivision. The county zoning allows for a PUD (planned unit development) or a recreational master plan that could be structured to maximize this unique location for year-round recreation or mountain retreat activities.
The Yakima River borders the northeast corner of the property with over 1,000 feet of frontage. Within ten miles of the property one will find Lake Kachess and Lake Keechelus, Snoqualmie Pass Ski Resort, Washington’s largest snow park, miles of snowmobiling, hundreds of private cabins, cross country ski trails, and an abundance of hiking, fishing, and camping.