Vertical World, America’s first pioneering climbing gym, signed a 15-year lease for 42,337 square feet of space at Commodore Interbay Industry Center, a recently renovated industrial property,
The deal comes on the heels of Seattle’s new zoning measure passed in July. Vertical World, renowned for its distinction as the first climbing gym in the U.S., will utilize this new space as a strategic expansion, enriching its services and offering an enhanced experience for its members.
Located on the corner of West Commodore Way and 24th Avenue West, Commodore Interbay Industry Center is a recently renovated 213,066-square-foot industrial project. This unique property offers 3,000 amps of power, ample parking, secured entrances, operable cranes, dock-high doors, and 18′ clear heights to its fully insulated buildings.
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