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I-10 Logistics Center is Rare Opportunity for Nearly 2 Million SF

Shopoff Realty Investments recently broke ground on its I-10 Logistics Center project located near the Interstate 10 freeway and Cherry Valley Boulevard interchange in Inland Empire East. The 1.8 million-square-foot development is a rare opportunity to deliver new logistics buildings in the million-square-foot range in Southern California.

The project is a joint venture partnership between Shopoff Realty Investments and Artemis Real Estate Partners.

“Located in the I-10 Corridor, this project will fill a major void in this rapidly developing trade area due to its close proximity to major transportation routes including direct access off the I-10, the east-west transcontinental highway,” says William Shopoff, president and chief executive officer of Shopoff Realty Investments. “With online shopping only becoming more prevalent over the past year, this project should be a fantastic asset in this supply-constrained industrial market, while also bringing thousands of new jobs into the area, further stimulating the economy.”

When complete next year, I-10 Logistics Center will consist of two industrial high-cube warehouse buildings. Building one will cover approximately 811,000 square feet and building two will cover approximately 1,012,760 square feet for a total of 1.82 million square feet of floor area. The project will feature 40-foot clear-height ceilings, 300 dock-high roll-up doors and 519 trailer parking spots.

The project site totals 240 acres with approximately 155 acres included within the developed portion of the project. The remaining 85 acres will be donated to the Rivers and Lands Conservancy as permanently conserved open space.


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