SAN FRANCISCO-Chicago-based IndCor PropertiesInc. has awarded Cassidy Turley withadditional property management responsibilities for 6.7 millionsquare feet of Northern California industrialspace. The new assignment brings Cassidy Turley's IndCorportfolio to approximately 20 million square feet.

The 6.7-million-square-foot Northern California portfolio iscomprised of a total of 129 buildings located in the SiliconValley, East Bay and Sacramento regions. The properties consist ofmulti-tenant distribution facilities and business parks and arecurrently leased to more than 522 tenants. The campuses range insize from 130,000 to 500,000 square feet.

Jim Arce, senior managing director at CassidyTurley and leader of the Bay Area property management team, notesthat “The area surrounding the San Francisco Bay is one of theleading logistics hubs in the US, if not the world, so buildingstrategic partnerships with leading industrial owners such asIndCor is one of our highest priorities.”

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