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SoCal Logistics Airport Will Be a Draw for Manufacturing

April 09, 2019 / Kelsi Maree Borland

Logistics and distribution users may be driving the demand for an industrial product, but manufacturing users are still active in the Greater L.A. area and in need of space. The new 20 million square foot Southern California Logistics Airport in Victorville, which is currently under construction, could become a hub for manufacturing users-both driving occupancy at the project and at a more affordable price for manufacturing users.
I think the logistics market in Southern California will not be overly affected by any one project. In a way, our project compliments the overall logistics market and also provides a meaningful benefit for those companies who have a manufacturing component to their business, Dougall Agan, CEO at Stirling Development, tells GlobeSt.com.