LOS ANGELES-Locally based UGL Services vice president GianStarita tells GlobeSt.com that he just represented ArlingtonIndustries in a 51,825-rentable-square-foot industrial lease in aWatson Land Co. owned 195,375-square-foot building. Arlington willbe moving from 18300 S. Wilmington in Rancho Dominguez, CA, whereit occupied 21,000 rentable square feet, to the property at 1460Beachey Place.


Arlington Industries will take occupancy in December 2010. Whatis interesting about the transaction, according to Starita, is thatthe company more than doubled in size, and its target size was35,000 square feet to 40,000 square feet.


Watson worked with UGL to structure a transaction whereArlington grew into the excess space, says Starita. Watsonalso delivered a turn-key office space incorporating UGL’smodifications.


According to Starita, the new building is a “superior industrialproperty with 32-foot clear height and approximately 3,500 squarefeet of office space.” The building was constructed in 2005 byWatson as part of a master planned industrial park.

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