The 606,000-sf warehouse is being marketed for single ormulti-tenant use, with the Colliers International brokerage team ofSVPs Thomas Taylor and John DeGrinis as the listing agents.


Before the recent expansion of the general-purpose FTZ toinclude designated acreage at the 1,450-acre industrial complex,home furnishings retailer IKEA had obtained approval and activatedTIC's first subzone at its 1.7-million-sf distribution facilitythere. It is one of the largest subzones approved inCalifornia.


The joint venture of the Tejon Ranch Co. and Rockefeller GroupDevelopment Corp. is planning up to 500 acres of phased commercialdevelopment at the industrial complex to serve the needs oflogistics and warehouse firms, the most common users of an FTZ.Tejon Industrial Complex is already home to 3.1 million sf ofexisting warehouse facilities, including the new building, whichwas designed by the Irvine-based architectural firm HPA, withFullmer as general contractor.


Firms occupying the complex employ approximately 1,000 workersat facilities that include IKEA's Western North AmericanDistribution Center, Oneida Ltd's West Coast Distribution Centerand more than 60 acres of retail. The retail includes a PetroTravel Plaza, a Best Western Hotel, In-N-Out Burger, a freestandingStarbucks, Panda Express, McDonald's, Wendy's and Iron SkilletRestaurant.

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