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Stirling Capital Investments Announces Full Lease-Up of New 447,740-Square-Foot Facility Under Construction at Southern California Logistics Centre in Victorville, CA Immediate Pre-Leasing of Facility Underscores Strong Demand for Quality Manufacturing and Distribution Space in Inland Empire’s High Desert Region VICTORVILLE, CA (June 1, 2016) – Stirling Capital Investments announced that it has secured full lease-up…
VICTORVILLE — The largely occupied Southern California Logistics Airport is going to boast a new industrial building on 22 acres that will help provide additional space to accommodate demand, a joint venture company announced Monday. Stirling Capital Investment said the city of Victorville has approved the entitlement for the company to build the industrial facility, which will comprise roughly 450,000 square feet for warehousing, distribution, assembly or manufacturing.
VICTORVILLE — The city announced it is expanding two utilities capabilities that will serve industrial clients with electricity and wastewater, and it anticipates new commercial deals as a result. Victorville will distribute electricity to large-scale commercial users through an expansion of its local distribution system, which will be connected with the statewide power grid through Southern California Edison, the city said in a statement.
VICTORVILLE, CA—The Southern California Logistics Airport here is being used not just for flight, but for aircraft painting, maintenance, storage and as an international hub, assistant city manager Keith Metzler tells GlobeSt.com. Moreover, the airport and the city itself have been recognized by both Hollywood and Madison Ave. as ideal for filming movies, TV show and commercials—in fact, the airport was recently the site of Southwest Airlines’ newly filmed commercial. GlobeSt.com spoke with Metzler about what’s been happening lately at the airport.
VICTORVILLE — Parked airplanes dotted a wide expanse of concrete, nestled in hangars and lined up in rows in areas often mistaken for boneyards. During a recent tour of Southern California Logistics Airport, the massive logistics and industrial park seemed rather quiet while certain corners faded into the abandoned George Air Force Base housing not far away.
The Southern California Logistics Airport (SCLA) in the High Desert city of Victorville is nearly 100 percent leased, prompting the airport to determine its next growth areas. Since becoming SCLA in 1999, the City of Victorville has overseen the build-out and leasing of approximately 3.5 msf of industrial space at SCLA. Phase Two of the City’s industrial growth plan for the airport involves attracting build-to-suit tenants to continue the development of this growing industrial and aerospace hub.
VICTORVILLE, CA—As GlobeSt.com reported earlier this week, Southern California Logistics Airport is rapidly approaching 100% leased status and is set to launch Phase 2 of its industrial growth plan for the airport. GlobeSt.com sat down with the City of Victorville’s assistant city manager Keith Metzler to discuss what’s next for the airport and the challenges it faces as it seeks expansion.
VICTORVILLE, CA—GlobeSt.com has learned exclusively that the City of Victorville’s Southern California Logistics Airport is approaching 100% leased on the eve of its 15th anniversary. Since the airport became SCLA in 1999, the City has overseen the build-out and leasing of approximately 3.5 million square feet of industrial space there, and now SCLA is poised for Phase 2.
The Boeing Company has signed a $1.8 million three-year lease at the City of Victorville’s Southern California Logistics Airport (SCLA). The aerospace company’s 100,000-square-foot lease includes 10,000 square feet of office space and 90,000 square feet of hanger space at SCLA’s Hangar 678. The three-year lease includes three, three-year options, for a total of $8.3 million over the next 12 years.