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Rockefeller Group to Begin work on 1.45 msf Spec Industrial Project in Perris


Rockefeller Group has acquired 68 acres of industrial land in the Inland Empire city of Perris, with plans for a new industrial development to be called Optimus Logistics Center. The company will begin construction on the project, which will consist of two distribution facilities totaling 1.45 msf, located approximately 70 miles east of the Ports of Long Beach/Los Angeles.

“The I-215 corridor has quickly become a target for e-commerce companies and other businesses who need to locate within one hour of the nation’s largest port complex and within one of its largest population centers,” said James V. Camp, Senior Vice President and Regional Development Officer for Rockefeller Group’s West Region. “Our prime logistics location provides same day delivery to more than 20 million consumers and is one of the few remaining sites in the area that can accommodate a 1 msf user with expansion requirements and/or excess trailer and employee parking.”

Optimus Logistics Center is located within one of the most densely populated markets in the nation, with a population of more than 9.5 million residents residing within a 50-mile radius. The site is also strategically located within eight hours of customers in Nevada, Utah, Arizona, and New Mexico.

The logistics center will offer two buildings, one of approximately 1 msf - which will be one of the largest distribution buildings along the corridor - and a second building, which will be approximately 400k sf. Both buildings will be state-of-the-art, Class A distribution centers with 232 total truck bays, 449 trailer-parking stalls and 36-and 32-foot clear heights, which allow for more cubic storage.

Michael McCrary, Peter McWilliams and Nicole Welch of JLL represented Rockefeller and the seller, Optimus Building Corporation, in the transaction.

Optimus Logistics Center marks Rockefeller Group’s second planned industrial project in the Inland Empire in the past nine months. In June 2016, the company acquired a 19-acre site located at 1333 South Tippecanoe Ave in San Bernardino, with plans to develop two industrial distribution buildings totaling approximately 426k sf.

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