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CARSON, CA-Watson Land Co. will add 348,000 sf of new warehouse/distribution space to its Dominguez Technology Center in three buildings that the company recently began constructing on two sites totaling nearly 20 acres at the master-planned business center. They are designed to serve a range of uses from corporate headquarters, R&D, office, distribution or manufacturing.The 15-acre development site for two of the buildings is bounded by Central Avenue, Glenn Curtiss Street and University Drive. The buildings, 178,428 sf and 98,127 sf, were designed by RGA architects. The third building, designed by Ware Malcolm, is 71,542 sf and is located across the street on approximately 4.5 acres at the corner of Central Avenue and Glenn Curtiss. Kirk Johnson, SVP of real estate for Watson, says the buildings can be configured for 50% to 100% of the space for office uses. The buildings on the 15-acre parcel are being constructed by Snyder Langston, and the one on the 4.5-acre parcel is being constructed by Norm Wilson and Sons, with all three scheduled for completion during the first quarter of 2005. Watson’s new space is in what it calls Legacy Buildings, which the company describes as “completely flexible, class A facilities featuring distinctive architectural treatments including a high percentage of perimeter glass and skylights, with reduced building-to-land coverage that allows more landscaped areas and parking for office tenants.” The Dominguez Technology Center where the three new buildings are being constructed is one of three of the company’s South Bay business centers, which also include Watson Industrial Center South and Watson Corporate Center. The privately held company owns and operates more than 12 million sf of commercial real estate throughout Southern California. The beginning of construction of the new buildings follows the recent announcement by Watson of nearly 800,000 sf of leasing at the Watson Industrial Center South in the past two months, as reported recently on GlobeSt.com.

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