LogistiCenterSM at Lathrop is located in the heart of San Joaquin County, a premiere location in the northern California market. Lathrop in particular is a preferred location for distribution centers, and low industrial space vacancies in the Bay Area have driving companies and residents alike to the area.
San Joaquin County is located in the metro triangle, bounded by the Bay Area, Stockton and Sacramento. San Joaquin's sophisticated transportation network includes the Port of Stockton, Stockton Metro Airport, Union Pacific and Burlington Northern Santa Fe railroad services. In addition, the Lathrop submarket is located alongside Interstate 5, the West Coast's major north-south freeway.
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U.S. Interstate System
An excellent transportation system links Lathrop to major northern and southern California markets with same-day delivery reach and easy access to primary north-south highways. Interstate 5 and Highway 99 are joined by the Stockton Crosstown Freeway and Highway 120 through Manteca. LogistiCenterSM at Lathrop has direct access to I-5 from Louise Avenue.
Two national rail lines, the Burlington Northern Santa Fe (BNSF) and Union Pacific Road, and three local railroads service San Joaquin County. LogistiCenterSM at Lathrop is located just 4 miles from the Union Pacific ramp and 11 miles from the BNSF ramp.
The Port of Stockton is located on the Stockton Deepwater Ship Channel, approximately 15 miles away from Lathrop. The port's strategic location offers distribution to North American and Asian markets. The port is connected to Union Pacific Railroad, the BNSF Railroad and Interstate 5.
The Stockton Metropolitan Airport serves corporate and general aviation aircraft. Additionally, Sacramento International Airport and Oakland International Airport are both within an hour drive from Lathrop.