October 16, 2018
Connect Inland Empire returns to the Ontario Convention Center on October 24th. Get more information about the conference and register to attend on this link.
Newport Beach, CA-based CapRock Partners, and Ivanhoé Cambridge, commenced construction on Phase I of Colony Commerce Center in Ontario, CA. Located at the northeast corner of Carpenter and Remington avenues, the project will comprise 1.3 million square feet of industrial space divided into two Class A state-of-the-art industrial buildings of 589,000 and 700,000 square feet respectively, both with 36-foot clear heights.
“We are bullish on the North American industrial market, and with low vacancy rates and strong rent growth in the Inland Empire, Colony Commerce Center is strongly positioned to meet tenant demand,” said Mario D. Morroni, executive vice president, industrial, North America, at Ivanhoé Cambridge.
Colony Commerce Center Phase I will have 185-foot-wide truck courts, cross-dock loading, 100% concrete drive areas and excess trailer parking stalls. The first phase of the 3-million-square-foot logistics complex is slated for delivery in 2019.
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