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Dedeaux Properties Closes Out an Active Second Half for 2017


Dedeaux Properties has closed the year by signing several major logistics companies to long-term leases for trucking facilities in key Southern California industrial markets.

In one deal, a Fortune 100 logistics company signed a long-term lease for a 24/7 fully secured truck storage facility at 20825 Currier Rd in the City of Industry. Under the terms of the lease Dedeaux designed and constructed the facility to meet the specific needs of the company’s ground system’s platform. Mitch Ashwill at Ashwill Associates represented Dedeaux in the transaction.

In a separate transaction, Central Transport signed a five-year lease extension and expansion at 550 Alameda St in Compton. Central Transport, a division of Crown Castle and one of the fastest growing long-haul LTL (less-than-truckload) companies in the U.S., will now occupy the entire 125-door truck terminal cross dock facility. Steve Sprenger of Newmark Grubb Knight Frank represented Central Transport in the transaction.

Most recently, Dedeaux completed a 40k sf, state-of-the-art truck terminal in Fontana. Located on a nine-acre site at 10701-10789 Redwood Ave, this highly secured facility features 157 trailer parking stalls and 74 dock high doors International logistics firms CEVA Freight signed a five-year lease for the property in October.

Dedeaux also is planning to break ground on a 101-door cross dock facility with 144 trailer parking doors in Rancho Cucamonga after acquiring an 11.47-acre industrial site at 8822 Etiwanda Ave. Construction is scheduled to commence first quarter of 2018 with negotiations pending for the facility.

Dedeaux Properties also acquired a three-acre site for trailer parking in Compton and a 71-door transportation property on 9.9 acres in Livermore leased to Roadrunner Transportation Systems earlier this year.

“Consumers want product overnight, and businesses need just-in-time delivery. Coupled with renewed global economic growth, this means demand for strategically located transportation facilities with the proper amenities is robust,” explains Alex Filler, Director of Finance & Acquisitions at Dedeaux Properties. “Yet as Southern California adds to its population, building restrictions continuously tighten. Truck facilities are increasingly vital, but far more difficult to entitle where needed.”

The U.S. trucking industry has been rapidly expanding, noted Filler. In August an index of truck tonnage spiked to 147.9, up nearly 50% from the recessionary low in 2009, as reported by the U.S. Bureau of Transportation Statistics. Not surprisingly, Los Angeles-market truck-terminal rents are also rising, and are up 25% in the last year. More than three-fifths of imported cargo containers leaving the Los Angeles-Long Beach harbors are offloaded onto trucks, and the equivalent of 10 million 20-feet container units are expected by 2020.

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