The three buildings measure 59,731 sf, 50,469 sf and 71,989 sfand are located on Storm Parkway. They are scheduled for completionin December.

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The development site, on Storm Parkway near the cross streets ofNormandie and Sepulveda, is a 40-acre infill location that is partof extensive land holdings that Storm Properties assembled overmany years. The site is close to the ports of Long Beach and LosAngeles in an unincorporated area of Los Angeles County that StormProperties is redeveloping.

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All of the properties at the new project are designed formulti-tenant use and outfitted for distribution, warehouse andlight manufacturing. The three phases of Storm Business Park willinclude 10 class A industrial buildings ranging from 13,000 sf to70,000 sf; phase one, consisting of two buildings, was completedearlier this year.

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Storm Properties Inc. is a division of Storm Industries Inc., adeveloper of industrial properties throughout Southern California.The buildings at its Storm Business Park are being marketed by theCB Richard Ellis team of Jeff Morgan, Scott Huber and Jae Yoo.

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The 10 new buildings at Storm Industrial Park will join eightthat Storm developed beginning in the mid-1980s. The new buildingsare being developed at former manufacturing facilities that arebeing redeveloped for warehouse, light manufacturing and lightassembly uses.

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