Birtcher Development has received entitlement approval for a 330,048 square foot logistics center in Fontana, Calif. The distribution facility, Birtcher Logistics Center Fontana, is set to begin construction in the first quarter of this year.
Situated less than five miles from Interstate 10, I-15, SR-60 and 210 Freeways the property provides easy access to Southern California as well as the greater Inland Empire. The Ontario International Airport is some five miles from the facility as is the Union Pacific Intermodal Yard.
Features in the new property are set to include some 5,000 square feet of ground-floor office space and another 5,000 square feet of mezzanine office space. The facility is anticipated to have 51 dock-high doors, a fully secured 185-foot truck court, 36 foot clear heights, 85 trailer parking spots and 91 car parking stalls.
The first phase of Birtcher Development’s other project in the area, the Birtcher Oak Valley Commerce Center, is also scheduled to be complete in early 2024. Situated in Calimesa, the 2.5 million-square-foot industrial campus will consist of four buildings featuring 40-foot clear heights.
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