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Southern California Logistics Airport (SCLA) an 8,500-acre multimodal freight transportation hub which includes a 2,500-acre commercial and industrial complex entitled for 60 million square feet of development in Victorville, continues to build on success as existing and new manufacturers look to occupy industrial space there.
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Representatives from San Bernardino County recently took part in a wall tilting celebration for SCLA’s master developer Stirling Development’s new 370,023-square-foot industrial facility at SCLA.
San Bernardino County Deputy Executive Officer Reg Javier was presented with a certificate of appreciation by President and CEO of Stirling Development, Dougall Agan. Agan noted that the County and the City of Victorville, have been very proactive partners with Stirling as they work to attract new users as well as aid in the growth of existing companies throughout the region.
In a brief speech by San Bernardino County Supervisor Robert Lovingood, he noted that the facility will bring an estimated 200 new jobs to the Victor Valley as well as a total of 700 indirect jobs to the region.
The event also honored more than 70 on-site construction workers for their hard work on the facility which is anticipated to complete ahead of schedule in July 2017.
Dubbed Distribution Center 18, the facility is situated on 19.37 acres at the southeast corner of Phantom West and George Blvd. As another example of testimony to high user demand within the region, the facility is 42 percent pre-leased to Plastipak Packaging, Inc., a world leader in the design and manufacture of high-quality, rigid plastic containers for the food, beverage, and consumer products industries. Agan also noted that the remaining industrial space is currently under lease negotiations.