Rockefeller Group, Newcastle Partners Break Ground on 203,944 SF Distribution Center in Inland Empire
MORENO VALLEY, CALIF. — Rockefeller Group has broken ground on Centerpointe Commerce Center, a speculative distribution center situated on 8.8 acres of industrial land in Moreno Valley. The 203,944-square-foot facility is slated for completion in summer 2020.
Located on Frederick Street, the dock-high industrial building will feature 32-foot clear heights, 8,000 square feet of speculative office improvements, 106 auto-parking stalls and 26 trailer-parking stalls. Additionally, the property will offer access to several Southern California freeways, including Interstate 215, State Route 60, State Route 90 and Interstate 10.
Rockefeller Group acquired the site from Newcastle Partners in April. Newcastle pursued the required governmental approvals for the projects beginning in October 2017, and the company successfully obtained the entitlements and zoning just prior to Rockefeller Group’s acquisition.
Rockefeller Group and Newcastle selected Newport Beach, Calif.-based RM Dalton as general contractor, Herdman Architecture + Design as architect and SDH & Associates as civil engineer. Bill Heim, Finn Comer, Alex Heim and Nesha Ritchie of Lee & Associates are the exclusive leasing agents for Centerpointe Commerce Center.