Alexander Moving & Storage of Tustan, CA recently acquiredsix acres and broke ground on a 110,000-sf distribution center twoweeks ago. Next month, Frito Lay gets underway on an 80,000-sfbuilding, and in August Catellus expects to break ground on another183,000-sf of speculative product.

Talbot also tells GlobeSt.com he is closing in on tenants forall or part of the 85,000-sf recently vacated by Centric Corp. Adeal with a 30,000-sf user is very close, says Talbot, andnegotiations are moving along with tenants interested in the restof the space.

All told, about 850,000 sf has been built and occupied atSouthshore since Catellus closed on the property in July 1998.About 450,000 sf of that -- including the Centric space -- is ownedby Catellus.

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