CARSON, CA-Prompt Warehousing Inc., a public warehousing companythat serves all industries, has leased a 118,545-square-footdistribution facility for a nearly a 75% expansion of its WestCoast plant capacity, according to the Klabin Company/CORFACInternational, which represented the warehousing firm in its leasewith building owner ProLogis. The lease was one of two recentlysigned industrial deals in the L.A. area―the other a41,736-square-foot industrial building at 166 N. Aviador Rd. inCamarillo that Santa Clara, CA-based Sky High Sports leased.

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The new and recently occupied Prompt Warehouse building is at20821 Santa Fe Ave., where the company employs approximately 50workers. The new site replaces a 70,000-square-foot building innearby Rancho Dominguez for Prompt, according to Frank Schulz, ToddTaugner and David Prior of the Klabin Co. Terms of the five -yearlease with ProLogis, which represented itself, were notdisclosed.

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In addition to its services to a diverse range of industries,Prompt Warehousing provides all necessary services to the apparelindustry required of the merchandise before it is shipped to theirdistribution centers or customers. This includes garment labelingand relabeling, button replacements, alterations and pressing.

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The new Carson distribution center for Prompt Warehousing is afreestanding concrete tilt-up structure featuring 23 dock highloading positions, 24-foot minimum interior clearance, 5200 squarefeet of office space and ample on-site parking. The company alsohas a major East Coast warehousing center in Brooklyn, NY.

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In the Camarillo lease, Colliers International reports that SkyHigh, which operates trampoline fun center s for children, signed a10-year lease valued at $2.65 million. The company was representedby executive vice president John DeGrinis, senior associate PatrickDuRoss and associate Jeff Abraham, all of Team DeGrinis based inColliers International’s Encino office.

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The fun center offers trampoline dodgeball tournaments andAIRobics classes among other activities. The Camarillo facility isone of four locations opening in October 2010, which will doubleSky High's current number of locations. DeGrinis notes that theCity of Camarillo required a conditional use permit to operate thefun center. At the hearing, city officials showed overwhelmingsupport for Sky High Sports, DeGrinis adds.

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The landlord, private investment firm Marcus Adams PropertiesLLC, was represented by George Eales and Mitch Conlee of DAUMCommercial Real Estate.

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