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I-215 Logistics Center - Amazon Fulfillment

Class A "spec-to-suit" industrial/e-commerce project on 76 acres.

Key Information

Location

Moreno Valley, California

Product Type

1,254,620-square-foot speculative industrial

Timeline

Project Start: 2012
Project Completion: 2014

Overview


In December 2011, Trammell Crow Company’s Southern California Business Unit and its capital partner, Clarion Partners, acquired 76 acres of land in Moreno Valley, California, to develop the I-215 Logistics Center. The project was originally designed as a 2-building, 1.7 million-square-foot speculative industrial project, which included a 1.25 million-square-foot speculative industrial building (Phase 1) and an additional 20 acres of land (Phase 2). 

Opportunity, Solutions & Outcomes


Phase 1 was the first speculative industrial project greater than one million square feet developed during the market recovery, and TCC negotiated with numerous prospective full-building tenants prior to completing the $80 million shell building. In October 2013, Amazon.com signed a lease for the entire I-215 Logistics Center. To accommodate Amazon's parking needs, TCC converted Phase 2 into additional parking for the thousands of full-time employees that Amazon hired in Moreno Valley.

In April 2014, TCC completed construction of Amazon’s sophisticated tenant improvements, and Amazon took occupancy of the project.

Awards & Recognitions

Contacts

Tom Bak
Tom Bak
Senior Managing Director
+1 (949) 477-4702
David Nazaryk
David Nazaryk
Managing Director
+1 (949) 477-4732
David Drake
David Drake
Senior Vice President
+1 (949) 477-4731
Matt Cramer
Matt Cramer
Senior Vice President
+1 (949) 477-4735

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