May 9, 2022 9:00 AM
Newmark announces it has negotiated a 114,898-square-foot lease with FDH Aerospace, a global aerospace distribution company, at Commerce Logistics Center located at 5200 Sheila Street in Commerce, California. The tenant will occupy the entirety of the building.
Newmark Vice Chairman John McMillan, Senior Managing Directors Jeff Sanita and Danny Williams and Director Greg Stumm serve as the exclusive leasing agents for the property, representing the ownership, Link Logistics, in the transaction.
“We are happy to welcome FDH Aerospace to Commerce Logistics Center,” said Sanita. “Our team is pleased to have completed the successful lease-up of this state-of-the-art building in a market with significant supply constraints for industrial space.”
Commerce Logistics Center is a brand-new, 114,898-square-foot, freestanding Class A industrial property delivered in 2022. Property features include private fenced and secured yard, 10,970 square feet of two-story office space, 36-foot clear height, 17 dock-high doors with nine pit levelers, ESFR sprinkler system, 2,000 amps power and parking for 116 autos and 17 trailers.
The property is situated on Sheila Street near the intersection of Washington and Atlantic Boulevards, just minutes from Interstate 710. The central location provides direct access to over 14 million residents within a 50-mile radius. In addition, the property is just 20 miles from strategic logistics hubs including Los Angeles International Airport and the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach.
During the first quarter of 2022, five of the quarter’s top ten move-ins in the Los Angeles industrial market came from companies occupying newly delivered space that was leased prior to delivery, according to Newmark Research. Combined, these leases totaled 932,262 square feet, or 67.2% of the quarter’s net absorption gain of 1.4 million square feet. New construction remains the primary vehicle to satisfy tenant demand in a market where vacancy is below 1.0%.
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