163,056 sq. ft.
LBA Realty recently wrapped up the LBA Promenade Warehouse in Corona, California. The new, 32-foot clear tilt-up industrial building is comprised of 163,056 square feet, including 5,000 square feet of office space and a 2,500-square-foot wood mezzanine. Located in an M-1 Light Industrial Zone, the building includes a full concrete yard, 20 dock-high roll-up dock doors and an ESFR sprinkler system. The new urban infill facility replaces an obsolete metal building.
138,400 sq. ft.
C.W. Driver Companies recently completed the new student services building at California State Polytechnic University, Pomona. The three-story, 138,400-square-foot structure consists of two buildings beneath an undulating roof that uses natural solar power to regulate the building’s temperature and energy efficiency. The structure’s roof design by CO Architects helped the project achieve its LEED Platinum Certification. Without using mechanical or electrical devices, the roof collects, stores and distributes solar energy in the form of heat in the winter and rejects solar heat in the summer.
104,000 sq. ft.
Crescent Communities will start development on a flex office and industrial facility in Fort Mill, South Carolina. Stateline Logistics Center will offer 104,000 square feet of single-story shallow bay commercial space with 24 feet of clear height. The project will include 26 trailer parking spaces in addition to surface parking. Stateline Logistics Center is located within Lakemont East Business Park and offers immediate access to both Interstates 77 and 485 with direct visibility to I-77.
40,000 sq. ft.
H. Hendy Associates recently completed a new corporate office in Irvine, California, for Paciolan, a provider of entertainment event ticketing, fundraising, marketing and analytics solutions. To enhance business operations and create opportunities for cross-functional work, the first floor features an open office layout including 14-foot-high ceilings and numerous work and meeting spaces. Key elements include sit-stand workstations; on-demand collaboration zones with white boards and HDTVs; huddle rooms, and small, glass-enclosed conference rooms.
25,621 sq. ft.
CommonGrounds Workplace, a coworking company, recently opened its first Texas location in downtown Fort Worth. The 25,621-square-foot workplace encompasses the entire ground floor below a multistory parking garage. The entry wall features a black and white hand-painted mural by local artist Marnie Vollenhals, with a nod to Fort Worth’s historic stockyard roots. With windows on all four sides, the location provides an abundance of natural lighting and multiple live plant walls. An INVITA barista offers Italian coffee beverages for members.
23,000 sq. ft.
Construction has wrapped on a new headquarters office building for Forest Group in Vaughan, Ontario. The new three-story, 23,000-square-foot office building was built adjacent to the company’s existing office building. The ground and second floors were designed as multitenant office space, while the third floor was designed for Forest Group as a single-tenant user. A two-story tenant lobby features a striking staircase between floors.