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.
The Boeing Company has signed a $1.8 mil, 36-month lease for 100k sf of space at the Southern California Logistics Airport (SCLA) campus in the city of Victorville. The aerospace company’s lease includes 10k sf of office space and 90k sf of hanger space at SCLA’s Hangar 678. The deal includes three, three-year options that could bring the lease total to $8.3 mil over the next 12 years.
A Victor Valley company has been busy ever since American Airlines and US Airways combined forces and called for a total face-lift of its aircraft.