Transwestern Development Launches First Palmdale Project
Transwestern Development Company (TDC) broke ground on a 98,850-square-foot industrial facility, Legacy at Palmdale, located in the Fairway Business Park on Legacy Lane in Palmdale. TDC’s first project in this north Los Angeles county city, Legacy at Palmdale will be developed on two parcels totaling just under five acres on Legacy Lane.
“Transwestern is excited to work with the City of Palmdale and their professional development team to bring the first of many projects to Palmdale,” said John Privett, Partner at TDC. “The city’s streamlined process, strong labor pool and abundant surrounding amenities make Palmdale an attractive location for investment.”
TDC development manager Nick Borzi, senior development manager Scott Heaviside and SVP of construction Tim Stuchly oversaw the development of the project. CBRE’s Craig Peters and Richard Ramirez are leasing the property.
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Since 1999, Paul has volunteered as the newsletter editor of passenger rail advocacy groups (one national, one local).