Pioneer Way East
Tax Parcel 0420361079
14503 Pioneer Way East
Puyallup, WA (unincorporated Pierce County)
This property is part of the property Pierce County acquired from BNSF in 2001 for the Foothills Trail. It is conveniently located on Pioneer Way East, a main arterial connecting to Puyallup/Sr 167 to the west and Pioneer Way (SR 162) with connections to Sumner (SR 410) to the north and Orting to the south.
This 8.35 acre parcel of land was segregated from the original 55 acres parcel so it could be sold. The property is leased and buildings are owned by the tenant or its affiliated entity. Access to the property is via an easement next to 14501 Pioneer Way East
Power, Water and Phone
(no sewer has septic)
Underlying Lease term that expires 2/7/2021 with three (3) options to extend for 10 years each. Current Lease and Rent available upon request.
Location: 14503 Pioneer Way East, Puyallup, WA
Pioneer Way just west of SR 162 access from easement 14501 Pioneer Way East
Acreage: ±8.35 acres (363,799sf)
2019 Assessed Value (for 2020 tax year): $476,500 (land)
Zoning: Split Zoning of EC (±79%), PR (19%) & R10 (2%)
Utilities: Power, Water and Phone (no sewers on septic)
The property is zoned Split Zoning of Employment Center (EC ) ±79%),Parks and Recreation (PR) (19%) & Rural 10 (R10) (2%)
Allowable uses within the EC zone generally allows wide low to high intensity office parks, manufacturing, other industrical development, or a combination of activities.
Minimum Setbacks, state highway or major arterial 35 feet., other roads 15 feet. Minimum setbacks rear and interior are none. Height limit is 60 feet
The property is in the Alderton-McMillan Community Plan
This is a reference tool only, not a substitute for zoning regulations. Refer to the Planning and Public Works for specific zoning questions.
Alderton-McMillin is located approximately 30 miles northwest of Mount Rainier in central Pierce County, Washington, nestled among the hillsides and in the valley where the Puyallup River and the Carbon River meet. The community stretches from the edges of the mountain foothills and forest lands ten miles north to where the Puyallup River makes a notable turn to the west.
The community is experiencing a significant amount of change due to the growth of the surrounding cities and urban areas. The position of Alderton-McMillin in Pierce County places it in the middle of some of the fastest growing areas of the County. The City of Sumner which bounds the north side of the community plan area had a population of 6,459 people in 1990 and is projected to have 12,250 people by 2020. Puyallup, located to the northwest of the community plan area had a 1990 population of 23,848 and is projected to reach 38,600 by 2020. Bonney Lake located to the east of the valley had a 1990 population of 7,494 people and is expected to be 18,830 by 2020. Orting, which is a city of 2.7 square miles, had a 1990 population of 2,106 and is expected to reach 7,900 people by 2020. In fact, Orting is in the top 10 cities with the greatest percent change in population over the last six years. Since the year 2000 Orting has added 1,629 people – a 41.4% increase. This increase has not been due to annexation but growth and infill of new subdivisions.