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NEWPORT BEACH, CA-Acquiring land for development is extremely popular and extremely difficult on the West Coast, particularly in supply-constrained regions like California. As GlobeSt.com reported last week, Western Realco purchased a 19.51-acre industrial site on Saturn St. in Brea for an undisclosed price and plans to develop 365,000 square feet of class-A industrial buildings on the site. GlobeSt.com recently caught up with principal Gary Edwards to discuss the firm’s strategies for purchasing land for development and other trends in industrial development.

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