Spicers Paper finds new Kent location

At Bridge Point Kent facility

  • Wednesday, February 19, 2020 4:19pm
  • Business
A rendering of the new location for Spicers Paper. COURTESY GRAPHIC, Bridge Development Partners

A rendering of the new location for Spicers Paper. COURTESY GRAPHIC, Bridge Development Partners

Spicers Paper, an independent regional paper company, recently signed a long term lease at Bridge Point Kent in the Kent Valley.

The 97,522-square-foot lease, which is for the entirety of Bridge Point Kent, will begin on April 1, according to a Feb. 19 news release from Chicago-based Bridge Development Partners. The facility is at 26524 79th Ave. S. Spicers Paper currently is at another Kent location.

Spicers Paper performs graphic design and commercial printing work for such customers as Microsoft, T-Mobile, Nike, Starbucks, Nordstrom and others who depend on quality printing and paper to represent their own brand images. The California-based company has locations in several states.

Bridge Development Partners bought the 4.7-acre site in Kent last year to develop a state-of-the-art industrial facility.


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