CHERRY VALLEY, CALIF. — Bank OZK has provided a $105 million construction loan for the development of I-10 Logistics Center, a 1.8 million-square-foot industrial project located near the crossing of Interstate 10 and Cherry Valley Boulevard in Southern California.
The borrower is a joint venture between locally based developer Shopoff Realty Investments and Artemis Real Estate Partners, an investment management firm based in the Washington, D.C. metro area.
Mark Strauss and Rob Quarton of Walker & Dunlop arranged the debt, specific terms of which were not disclosed, on behalf of the joint venture.
Situated on 155 acres, I-10 Logistics Center will consist of two buildings spanning approximately 815,000 and 1 million square feet. The development will feature 40-foot clear heights, 665 car parking spaces, 585 trailer parking spaces and 296 dock-high doors. Site work is set to begin in April, and construction is scheduled for completion by summer 2022. CBRE is marketing the project for lease.
“This project represents one of the few opportunities to develop much-needed logistics product in Southern California,” says William Shopoff, president and CEO of Shopoff Realty Investments. “This state-of-the-art logistics center with I-10 freeway access will be in high demand as users continue to require large buildings to meet demand.”
— Taylor Williams