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North Palisade Acquires Warehouse Development Site in Inland Empire East

North Palisade Partners, a development and investment firm focused on industrial, industrial outdoor storage (IOS) and self-storage properties, acquired a nearly 17-acre site at 1101 California St. in Redlands, within the Inland Empire East submarket, for $44.5 million. The Inland Empire East property formerly housed a waterpark that closed in 2018 and plans call for it to become into a Class A warehouse distribution facility.  

“Demand for larger blocks of functional industrial space across Southern California remains strong and competition for sites in the Inland Empire is fierce,” said Joe Mishurda, founder and Managing Partner of Los Angeles-based North Palisade Partners. “We plan to redevelop the former Splash Kingdom waterpark, that was vacated five years ago, into a warehouse distribution building to meet demand from a variety of users.”  

Hunter Warner of Lee & Associates represented both the buyer and unnamed seller. 


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