Logistics Real Estate in the Inland Empire for Lease

LogistiCenter℠ at Eastvale is a planned, six-building development on 47 acres in the Inland Empire West industrial market. In total the project will consist of 1,057,419 square feet of logistics and distribution space between the six buildings. 

Building 2 will offer 61,263 square feet of space available for lease. Completion is expected in Q1 2022.

The Inland Empire is the 5th largest industrial market in the country. Eastvale is a rapidly developing area near major transportation arteries that boasts an extremely low vacancy rate of 1.4%.

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Site Plan & Building Features
  • 61,263 Square Feet Available
  • Seven Dock High Doors
  • One Drive-in Door
  • 30' Clear Height
  • 3,215 Square Feet of Office Space
  • 3,063-square-foot Mezzanine
  • 52' x 60' Column Spacing
  • ESFR Fire Protection System
  • 55 Car Parking Stalls
  • LED Warehouse Lighting

About the Location

The Inland Empire of Southern California encompasses both San Bernardino and Riverside County. It is considered one of the most desirable industrial markets in the nation due to its strategic location with regards to logistics, and market demographics including population growth, job creation, and new construction.

The surrounding markets also enhance the desirability of the Inland Empire’s location, with Los Angeles, San Diego, and Orange County all within close proximity.

This property's location provides direct access to Interstate-15, Interstate-10, State Route 60 and State Route 71.

The Inland Empire West (IE West) industrial market is located just an hour away from the bustling ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach that, together, handle up to 40% of goods entering the US each year. The area is part of the greater Inland Empire region and includes the cities of Chino, Ontario, Rancho Cucamonga, Fontana, Eastvale, and Jurupa Valley. Together, these cities make up 329.9 million of the 610.4 million square feet of existing industrial space in the overall Inland Empire.