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VICTORVILLE, CA-Stirling Capital Investments has started construction on a one-million-sf speculative industrial building at the Orange County developer’s Southern California Logistics Centre. The new building, the fifth to get under way at the development, will be LEED-certified and is expected to be completed by the end of the year, bringing nearly two million sf of new space to the SCLC by year-end.

The new class A industrial facility will be situated on approximately 46 acres and will join four other buildings at SCLC as part of phase one development plans, which total 6.5 million sf of industrial space over 350 acres. Brian Parno, vice president of Stirling, comments that the company “remains bullish on the long-term growth of the Southern California industrial market” and is confident that users will be attracted to the new SCLC space.

In addition to the one million-sf building, phase one development at SCLC includes a 408,000-sf Rubbermaid West Coast distribution facility that was occupied in October 2007, two multi-tenant industrial buildings totaling approximately 224,000 sf that are due for completion in March and a 296,000-sf class A distribution building located on 17.48 acres that is scheduled for completion in June.

The new SCLC phase one space is being marketed by the CB Richard Ellis team of Jay Dick, Darla Longo, Mark Latimer and Marc Santoro. Southern California Logistics Center is being developed at the former George Air Force Base. The master plan for the 8,500-acre site is creating a multimodal freight transportation hub supported by air, ground and rail connections.

In addition to the 2,500-acre SCLC, which is entitled for 65 million sf of development, the project includes the 2,500-acre Southern California Logistics Airport and Southern California Rail Complex, a planned 3,500-acre intermodal and multimodal complex including rail-served facilities. Foothill Ranch, CA-based Stirling and DCT Industrial Trust Inc. of Denver are developing the project in a public/private partnership with the City of Victorville.

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