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INLAND EMPIRE NEWS
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Transwestern Development Co Starts Work on 225k f Spec Warehouse in the Inland Empire

2/27/20

Transwestern Development Co has broken ground on I-215 Commerce Center, a 225.2k sf speculative warehouse at the corner of East Cooley Dr and Ashley Way in Colton. Situated near the junction of Interstates 215 and 10, the industrial development offers exceptional access to both thoroughfares and the greater Southern California region. It is slated for delivery in October 2020.

“This project provides users a central location with convenient access to the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach, premier gateways for trade between the U.S. and Asia,” said Sara Santomauro, Development Manager in the TDC National Logistics Group. “It is ideal for today’s industrial and e-commerce users that require modern distribution space that can accommodate high racking systems.”

I-215 Commerce Center features 32-foot clear heights, 28 dock-high loading doors, ESFR sprinkler system, 50-foot-by-52-foot column spacing, 153 auto parking stalls and 31 trailer parking stalls. With frontage facing I-215, users have visibility to more than 174,000 vehicles per day. It also offers proximity to the San Bernardino International Airport and Ontario International Airport.

The site is in the Inland Empire West submarket, which has a current vacancy rate of only 1.9%, substantially below the national average of 4.4%. The Inland Empire West offers unparalleled infrastructure and is home to the busiest rail corridor in the U.S., served by Union Pacific and BNSF. The Inland Empire West also offers users lower drayage rates than other Inland Empire areas, as it is located approximately 60 miles northeast from the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach.

TDC has assembled a talented team of experts to execute the project, including:

• Fullmer Construction as the general contractor;
• RGI as the architect;
• Thienes Engineering Inc. as the civil engineer;
• Southern California Geotechnical Inc. as the geotechnical engineer;
• Avocet Environmental Inc. as the environmental consultant; and
• CBRE as the leasing team.






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