Opus broke ground at the 20-acre site in May 2001, and fourbuildings are currently under construction. Two of the buildingswill be 30,055 sf and two will be 47,025 sf, divisible to 15,000sf.

A source at Opus West tells GlobeSt.com one of the buildings hasattracted interest. "These light industrial buildings are for saleor lease, and are perfectly suited for companies that want to owntheir facility and control operating expenses," says RandyAckerman, Opus' senior development director.

Ackerman says the Tri-valley industrial market continues toattract manufacturing and light industrial space users from SiliconValley and from I-880 industrial cities, such as Hayward, UnionCity and San Leandro, where rents are higher and traffic morecongested.

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