November 14, 2000 |
Developers have announced a 1.1-million-square-foot speculative industrial project in Ontario and a 412,580-square-foot build-to-suit industrial development in Temecula as the Inland Empire continues its growth as one of the country's leading warehousing and distribution centers.
June 8, 1999 |
Construction is expected to begin this week on Haven Gateway Centre, a $55-million industrial and distribution center in Ontario. The 1.5-million-square-foot complex will rise on an 88-acre parcel adjacent to the Pomona Freeway at Haven Avenue. It is scheduled to open in October.
June 16, 1998 |
As expected, growing retail giant Pier 1 Imports has committed to one of the biggest industrial real estate leases ever in the distribution hub surrounding Ontario International Airport. The Fort Worth, Texas-based home furnishings retailer signed a 15-year deal for a 750,000-square-foot "build-to-suit" regional distribution center within developer Lennar Partners' Philadelphia Place mixed-use business park in Ontario.
March 3, 1998 |
Ontario may soon see one of the biggest industrial real estate "build-to-suit" developments in Southern California history, according to real estate professionals familiar with the project. The likely tenant, big international retailer Pier 1 Imports Inc., hasn't formally committed to the LNR Property Corp. planned development along the Pomona (60) Freeway south of Ontario International Airport.
January 7, 1998 |
When the nine-story Empire Towers office building was planned in Ontario in the late 1980s, the Inland Empire's commercial market was enjoying an unprecedented expansion. But boom had turned to bust by the time the project was completed in 1991. "The day it opened was just about the day the market crashed," said Mark Jacobs, leasing officer for Baltimore-based American Trading Real Estate Properties Inc., which developed the building.
November 29, 1996 |
When movie industry executives require an example of the current boom in theater construction, they need look no farther than the budding film exhibition mecca of Ontario. During the next four months, 1,000 new screens will be unveiled across the country--a staggering 52 in two competing megaplexes just a football field's length apart at the mammoth new Ontario Mills mall about 40 miles east of Los Angeles.