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SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA NEWS
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McDonald Property Group to Build 1.8 msf Inland Empire Distribution Facility for United Legwear & Apparel Company

7/13/22

McDonald Property Group will soon start work on a 1.8 msf, single-story 40’ clear distribution center strategically located in the Inland Empire city of Beaumont. The build-to-suit project is designed to meet the growing demand for United Legwear & Apparel Company LLC (ULAC).

The facility will be constructed under a long-term lease transaction with USAA Real Estate, as landlord, and ULAC, which maintains its headquarters in New York City. The building is meant to accommodate ULAC’s global design/manufacturing, marketing, sales, and distribution. The company specializes in legwear, bodywear, apparel, and accessories for men, women and children, maintaining nearly a dozen highly recognized licensed brands such as Hurley, Champion, Fortnite, Van Heusen, Skechers, and a joint venture partnership with PUMA North America.

This new ULAC structure is positioned on 85 acres known as Phase II of the Crossroads Logistics Center, a master-planned project at the intersection of Interstate 10 and Hwy 60, which also includes an 816k sf build-to-suit facility currently under construction. Wolverine Worldwide’s fulfillment center and another build to suit fulfillment facility were both recently developed as Phase I of Crossroads in 2017 and 2020 by the USAA Real Estate and McDonald team.

A new Hwy 60 interchange overpass benefits and provides additional access for the project near the east entrance. The property is 78 miles from the Port of Los Angeles, proximate to railways and the new FedEx Ground sorting and distribution center in Palm Springs, making it accessible to various intermodal transportation routes. Construction will commence on the ULAC building in July 2022 and is expected to last approximately 18 months, with an anticipated completion date of December 2023.

The new distribution center will contain assembly, racking, and state-of-the-art material handling conveyor automation systems and includes approximately 30k sf of office space. Along with the nearby Skechers facility in Moreno Valley, this one-half mile long building will be distinguished as one of the largest known industrial buildings in the entire Southern California region.

David Consani, Jim Koenig, Darla Longo, Barbara Emmons of CBRE and Rick John of Daum represented McDonald Property Group and USAA Real Estate in the lease transaction. Luke McDaniel, Cameron Driscoll, Jeff Bellitti, and Mac Hewett of JLL represented United Legwear. The architecture firm of record is HPA Architecture, and the general contractor is Fullmer Construction Company.




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