Prime Waterfront site, Bunkhouse and Warehouse buildings in Petersburg, Alaska

Petersburg property from the water

Offering Overview

Plant asking price: $895,000
Bunkhouse asking price: $995,000
Warehouse asking price: $375,000

Petersburg is a gem among the communities of Southeast Alaska, only now being discovered by visitors to the region seeking authentic experiences.

Industrial sized tourism has largely bypassed Petersburg, though it has become a port of choice for small cruise ships and yachts.

Every outstanding quality of Southeast Alaska is immediately accessible from Petersburg, including world-class sport fishing, whale watching, tidewater glaciers, and untouched wilderness.

This property offers endless opportunities: as a marina, a site for multi-use developments such as pier-like retail outlets, residential rentals and condominiums, and boutique fish processing.

Property Features

Property 1: The Plants
101 Harbor Way, Petersburg, Alaska 99833

  • Approximately 3.25 Acres on three tracts zoned industrial
  • Approximately 2,400 Linear feet of waterfront access and frontage
  • Petersburg is located approximately halfway between Juneau (110 miles south ) and Ketchikan (120 miles north)
  • Approximately 65,678 SF of total building area including:
    • production area
    • storage
    • machine shop
    • two bunkhouses

Property 2: The Bunkhouse
101 Harbor Way, Petersburg, Alaska 99833

  • Upland Bunkhouse with 13,196 SF on two lots totaling 10,088 SF

Property 3: The Warehouse
208 Hungerford Hill Road, Petersburg, Alaska 99833

  • 4,000 sf main level warehouse with 2,000 sf loft
  • 40,000 sf lot

All utilities available to the sites

View of Petersburg Waterfront Property

Property Location

The site is immediately adjacent to Petersburg’s central business district and has direct access to the main roadway through the town. All utilities are installed and in good condition.

Petersburg property location

Downtown Map of Petersburg

Map of Petersburg Alaska

About Petersburg

Petersburg is in central Southeast Alaska near the mainland. Its climate is typical of the region—wet but mild. The population is stable and is currently estimated at 3,300.

The community was founded by Norwegian immigrants in the late 1800s, and became well known in the fisheries industry as a processing center.

Due to its history as a fishing center, marine services are well developed with immediate access to highly qualified resident boatwrights, metal workers, mechanics, and electricians.

About Petersburg Alaska

Property Images

  • Boat docked at Petersburg Waterfront Site
  • On the Dock at Petersburg Waterfront Site
  • Boat docked at Petersburg Waterfront Site
  • Dock at Petersburg Waterfront Site
  • Boat docked at Petersburg Waterfront Site
  • View of Petersburg Waterfront Site
  • Petersburg Waterfront Site from the water