Nearon Adds 730,000 SF of Industrial Space to its California, Utah Holdings

by Amy Works

SACRAMENTO, CALIF., AND SALT LAKE CITY — Nearon has added 730,000 square feet of industrial space to its portfolio of industrial properties through two separate transactions.

In the first deal, Nearon acquired three buildings, totaling 521,000 square feet, in Sacramento, for an undisclosed price. American Building Supply, a subsidiary of Jeld-Wen Holding, occupies and utilizes the properties for manufacturing, distribution and headquarters functions. The portfolio includes a 196,267-square-foot asset at 8360 Elder Creek Road, a 217,500-square-foot building at 6300 S. Watt Ave. and a 108,000-square-foot property at 8920 43rd Ave. Nick Rini of Nearon directed the Sacramento portfolio acquisition, while Kevin Partington and Matt Cologna of Cushman & Wakefield represented the undisclosed seller.

In the second transaction, the company completed a sale-leaseback with Regis Corp. for an 210,000-square-doot distribution center located at 5300 W. Harold Gatty Drive within Salt Lake International Center in Salt Lake City. Upon close of escrow, Regis leased the property, which was developed as a build-to-suit for the tenant in 2001, for 15 years. Chang Soo Lee of Nearon orchestrated the off-market acquisition and sale-leaseback, while Wick Udy and Andrea Robb of JLL sourced the transaction on behalf of Nearon.

With these acquisitions, Nearon’s industrial portfolio exceeds 3 million square feet.

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