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REDLANDS: Million-square-foot warehouses going up along I-10

REDLANDS: Million-square-foot warehouses going up along I-10

REDLANDS: Million-square-foot warehouses going up along I-10

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About Hillwood Construction Services

A division of Hillwood, a Perot Company, the construction services division has offices in Dallas, Ontario, Harrisburg and Jacksonville.

Notable local projects include, but are not limited to:

  • Hofer Ranch, Ontario
  • AllianceCalifornia, the FedEx and Amazon facilities, and North San Bernardino Business Park, all of San Bernardino
  • South Rialto Logistics Center

A pair of warehouse construction projects is transforming the view of Redlands from Interstate 10.

Construction of the Redlands Commerce Center, a 1.1-million-square-foot industrial development to serve the warehousing and logistics industry, has begun on a 51-acre swath of land between the westbound lanes of the freeway and Lugonia Avenue.

Over the past couple of weeks, bulldozers have been ambling over the land, which used to be a field and which borders Splash Kingdom.

The property, under development by Hillwood Investment Properties and being marketed as I-10 Redlands Logistics Center, is slated for completion by the end of the year.

Jeff Smith, of Lee & Associates Ontario office, which is representing the industrial warehouse development with colleagues Ryan Lai and Austin Hill, on Monday called the center that’s going up on the southeast corner of Lugonia Avenue and Bryn Mawr a “rare project” because of its visibility and positioning.

“It is in a desirable submarket of the Inland region,” Smith said.

Across Lugonia, walls are rising on another 1.1 million square-foot industrial warehouse being built by McShane Construction Company.

Hillwood is also developing a 770,100-square-foot building north of Lugonia and east of California, according to John Magness, senior vice president of Hillwood Investment Properties.

The Redlands Commerce Center will consist of two buildings with cross dock configuration, drive around access and a secured truck yard. The buildings, offering grade-level and dock-high loading, offer a 36-foot minimum clear height, skylights, sprinkler system and 4,000-amps of power.

The leasing team said the investor is looking for a single tenant for each building, the largest being 601,287 square feet.

Contact the writer: 951-368-9423 or dgruszecki@pe.com

Press Enterprise : Real Estate