Is Going From 8,000 to 30,000 SF Too Large of an Increase in Your Building Size? Well, not necessarily.....
When your operations have expanded rapidly you cannot always employ the "double the size" mentality when looking for a new warehouse building. Sometimes you need to think larger.
After being hired by a client to identify a new facility for them we were coming up against some obstacles in identifying the right place for them. However, we kept coming back to a building that had everything they needed (docks, power, 24' clearance, freestanding...) and the only problem was that it was 10,000 SF larger than we were originally targeting. After negotiations were finished we managed to bridge the gap and make this deal. It will now provide all the amenities our client needed to grow their business, including ample space to expand into.
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An international distribution company was looking to start, or expand, a business into the Los Angeles County Industrial market so that they can take advantage of the strategic port location. However, as their search proved difficult to find space, their agent suggested we look eastward, to the Inland Empire. In this very competitive market where inventory choices are few we identified a property in Ontario that fit our needs.
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Christopher J. Destino, SIOR, a Principal at Lee & Associates, is an engaging, responsive professional who enjoys working closely with his clients and helping them succeed.
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