Monday, April 4, 2011
ONTARIO, CA (April 4, 2011) – Grubb & Ellis Company (NYSE: GBE), a leading real estate services and investment firm, today announced that Mark Kegans (middle right photo), SIOR, senior vice president and Gerald Kim (lower left photo), vice president, both members of the company’s Global Logistics practice group, represented Interlog USA Inc. and its wholly owned subsidiary, American West Worldwide Express, Inc. in its five-year lease of 5725 E. Jurupa St., (top left photo) a 285,600 square-foot warehouse/distribution building.
The logistics company, which specializes in full-service international and domestic shipping services for manufacturers and receivers, will take occupancy of the building in May.
Interlog and American West will be relocating and expanding the space for its West Coast distribution, warehouse and LTL operations from the current location in Compton.
Constructed in 1998, the concrete warehouse/distribution building offers a 32’ clear height and is situated on nearly 16 acres of land. The property is located within close proximity to Interstates 15 and 10, as well as California State Route 60.
Kevin McKenna of CB Richard Ellis represented the owner of Ontario Gateway, James Campbell Company LLC, in the transaction.
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