Western Real Estate Business

OCT 2018

Western Real Estate Business magazine covers the multifamily, retail, office, healthcare, industrial and hospitality sectors in the Western United States.

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day delivery to customers in Southern California and most anywhere from Phoenix to Utah." &RHH QRWHV WKH FLW\ FXUUHQWO\ KDV ÀYH NH\ LQGXVWU\ DWWUDFWLRQ WDUJHWV They include healthcare and life sci- HQFHV KHDGTXDUWHUV DQG EDFN RFH advanced manufacturing and logis- tics; technology and retail; and hospi- WDOLW\DQGWRXULVP&RHHDOVREHOLHYHV Henderson's location, paired with its pro-business climate, will continue to attract the best and brightest compa- nies to her neck of the woods. "In Henderson, it is important to create great part- nerships with our development com- munity to attract high-wage indus- tries, which is criti- cal to the successful GLYHUVLÀFDWLRQ RI our economy," she explains. "If we can cut the red tape and make it easy for our developers to build RFH LQGXVWULDO DQG UHWDLO VSDFH LQ our city, then we are better able and ready to attract our share of industry expansions and relocations." Developments like Union Village, a 150-acre integrated healthcare vil- lage concept anchored by Henderson Hospital, are part of these initiatives. 7KHVH HRUWV DOVR EURXJKW KLJKWHFK companies like Vadatech and K2 En- ergy to Henderson. Both companies ZHUH DEOH WR ÀOO VRIWZDUH GHYHORS- ment jobs and technical engineering positions that allowed their opera- tions to thrive and expand within the city. $QRWKHU FLW\ EHQHÀWLQJ IURP LWV centralized location is Ontario. With an international airport and Southern California ZIP code, Ontario has been a hub of industrial activity for de- cades, but the ecommerce revolution has thrown this area into overdrive. "Industrial growth is unstoppable in Southern California right now as more and more companies relocate or expand their distribution presence in the region," says John Andrews, On- tario's executive director of economic development. "The growth of ecom- merce has fueled tremendous indus- trial growth in the city as companies continue to seek distribution center K2 Energy was able to ll technical engineering positions that allowed its operations to thrive and expand within Henderson. S E L E C T R E TA I L S I T E S Apple Valley, California Economic Development Oce (760) 240-7915 select@applevalley.org S e l e c t A p p l e Va l l e y. c o m Apple Valley oers golden opportunities for retail businesses. JESS R ANCH MARKE TPL ACE Located at Bear Valley Road and Apple Valley Road Weingarten Realty owns and manages this 969,000-square-foot regional center which includes Cinemark Theatres, 24 Hour Fitness, Burlington, WinCo Foods, Red Robin, and Buffalo Wild Wings. Ulta Beauty and Jersey Mike's Subs opened their first stores in the region here. Chase Bank is resuming development of a new branch office at the SEC of Bear Valley and Apple Valley Roads. A limited number of inline spaces are available as well as an adjacent 10-acre parcel for entertainment and hospitality opportunities. APPLE VALLEY COMMONS Located at State Highway18 and Dale Evans Parkway Lewis Retail Centers developed this 469,000-square-foot center at the heart of Apple Valley's Civic Center and includes Super Target, Ross Dress for Less, Dollar Tree, Round Table Pizza, Starbucks, Union Bank and more. Recently opened or coming stores include Juice It Up, WaBa Grill, 76, and Les Schwab Tire Center. A limited number of pads and inline spaces are available for lease as well as a 140,000-square-foot former Lowe's building across Dale Evans Parkway. Jess Ranch Marketplace Apple Valley Commons Quail Ridge Plaza QUAIL RIDGE PL A Z A Nor theast corner of Apple Valley Road and Yucca Loma Road Quail Ridge Plaza, formerly known as The Fountains, is represented by both Jones Lang LaSalle and CBRE. Located near the recently opened Yucca Loma Bridge and the strongest median income demographics in the region, the first phase of the project will include up to 10-acres of retail and restaurants. Future phases are proposed to include a mixed-use concept, adding office and/or multi-family and senior living. Tenant interest is now being accepted. APPLE VALLEY GATE WAY CENTER Interstate -15 and Dale Evans Parkway In 2016, the Apple Valley Planning Commission approved Apple Valley Gateway Center, a 10-acre, 80,480-square-foot project at the northeast corner of I-15 and Dale Evans Parkway. Belco Development, of Murrieta, is proposing to construct a hotel, retail shops and restaurants. Hotel and tenant interest is now being accepted. Innovative embedded computing solutions provider VadaTech maintains its headquarters at 198 N. Gibson Road in Henderson. Barbra Coffee City of Henderson, NV 38 • October 2018 • Western Real Estate Business

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