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HUNTINGTON BEACH, CA-An Orange County buyer has signed up for a newbuild-to-suit facility here, while two deals in Rancho Cucamonga include a warehouse lease and a repositioning project. In the Huntington Beach build-to-suit, Chris Migliori if GVA Daum’s Anaheim office reports that the project will be a 65,000-sf industrial facility on 3.5 acres of land built at the intersection of Bolsa Chica Avenue and the San Diego (405) Freeway. The buyer for the approximately $6.8-million project will be GHTHB LLC of Orange County. The developer is GLJ Holdings LLC. Migliori and Rudy Lara of GVA Daum’s South Bay office represented GLJ Holdings, with the buyers represented by Keith Wilson of Colliers Seeley International. The buyers will utilize the new building as awholesale distribution center, Migliori reports, with groundbreaking for the new concrete tilt-up building scheduled for January.In the first of the Rancho Cucamonga transactions, CB Richard Ellis reports that Chicago-based Liquid Container has signed a five-year, 100,000-sf lease at 11555 Arrow Highway that will serve as an overflow warehouse, expanding the company’s 150,000 sf of existing warehouse space in the city. CBRE’s Frank Geraci and Walt Chenoweth, along with Dan De la Paz, represented the landlord in the $2.4-million lease, with the tenant represented by Marat Safir of Equiis in Chicago. An additional 100,000 sf of vacant space in the same building is also being marketed by Geraci, Chenoweth and De la Paz.In the other Rancho Cucamonga transaction, the Wilkins Family Trust of San Dimas purchased a 22,600-sf industrial building on 2.4 acres at 9359 Feron Blvd. for $1.8 million and plans to renovate the building. The company also plans to build an additional building on the excess land, according to Milo Lipson and Randy Lockhart of Grubb & Ellis’ Ontario office, who represented the buyer. Mark Kegans and Ron Washle of Grubb & Ellis’ Ontario office and Troy Williams of the firm’s Anaheim office represented the seller, an Orange County-based private investor.

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