Trammell Crow Company (TCC) has recently completed three speculative industrial buildings totaling 2.4 million square feet in Southern California’s Inland Empire. The projects include a 1-million-square-foot building in the city of Riverside’s Hunter Park area, a 750,000-square-foot building along Riverside County’s I-215 corridor, and a 600,000-square-foot building in Fontana’s Sierra Lakes area.
All three buildings feature the latest class-A specifications, including up to 37-foot clear heights, up to 8-inch concrete floor slabs, cross-dock loading, 185-foot secured concrete truck courts, dedicated truck queuing aisles, trailer and auto parking, and other features required by e-commerce and logistics users, according to TCC.
“In addition to featuring world-class building specifications, each of these projects provides direct access to the region’s primary freeways and was specifically designed for the numerous e-commerce companies and logistics providers that require more efficient and modern buildings in the Inland Empire,” says Tom Bak, senior managing director with TCC’s SoCal-Newport Beach office.
Over the past 12 years, TCC has delivered 11 million square feet of class-A industrial space to the Inland Empire that range from complex speculative projects to sophisticated built-to-suit developments, TCC reports. TCC’s SoCal-Newport Beach team includes senior managers and principals who each possess more than 30 years of experience.
“Trammell Crow Company interacts directly with our clients and users to understand their specialized requirements and share our team’s extensive expertise producing ‘best-in-class’ logistics and e-commerce facilities,” says David Drake, SVP and industrial development leader within TCC’s SoCal-Newport Beach office. “Our projects not only incorporate current design standards but also incorporate specific features that meet or exceed developing trends, increase operational efficiencies, and reduce operating expenses.”
According to the firm, TCC is a community-based developer that builds sustainable projects that enhance the Inland Empire via development fees, infrastructure investments, and quality tenants that create long-term employment opportunities for local residents.