Contractor Yard For Lease

Hard to find large fenced yard with warehouse and office buildings. Listing for lease for 3-5 years. San Gabriel location north of City of Industry between Downtown Los Angeles and Inland Empire. San Fernando Valley to west. Los Angeles County.

  • Fenced Yard w/ 2 Street Entrances
  • 7,000 SF 18′ High Metal Warehouse w/ Crane
  • 3,200 SF Warehouse & Offices
  • 77,683 square feet of industrial land.
  • Minutes from 210 & 605 Freeways
  • Equipment Rental/Sales, Contractor Yard
  • Trucking, Trailer Storage
  • Former tenant installed a clarifier for equipment washing.
  • Vehicle Sales/Repair, Fitness/Recreation, Restaurant/Bar. Some uses may require tenant to obtain a minor use permit from city.
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Freezer – Cooler Warehouse For Lease in Los Angeles.

Dock High Truck Loading

An approximately 20,000 square foot concrete warehouse with 5,200 square feet of freezer /cooer boxes is expected to come available as a listing for lease in several months. It is an industrial warehouse with cold storage and dry storage that can accommodate 10 dock high refrigerated truck trailers – this is an unusually high number of loading positions for a building of this size. Some freezer could possibly be converted to coolers.

There is plenty of yard and parking space given the large 43,000 square foot land parcel. Offices with restrooms included. Located the City of Commerce near the 5 Freeway about 10 minutes from Downtown Los Angeles (DTLA) and the City of Vernon.

Ideal for refrigerated food storage and distribution. Perishable foods such as prepared meals, poultry, seafood, beef, frozen foods, produce (fruit and vegetables).

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Changes to ASTM Standards for Environmental Due Diligence in 2021

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There is a big change on the horizon that will significantly impact commercial real estate transactions, especially for industrial manufacturing properties with suspected contamination in the building or soil. ASTM E1527-13, entitled Standard Practice for Environmental Site Assessments: Phase I Environmental Site Assessment Process, is the nationally recognized standard for evaluating environmental risk at a commercial property during acquisition or financing.

First released in 1993, the standard has been revised in 1994, 1997, 2000, 2005, and most recently in 2013. The ASTM standards expire every eight years, and ASTM E1527-13 is scheduled to sunset on December 31, 2021.  Therefore, the new standard, ASTM E1527-21, must be finalized and published sometime in 2021.

The ASTM subcommittee in charge of this process is considering updating certain key components to the standard. These changes are sure to have an impact on future commercial real estate transactions. While numerous changes are being proposed, most are relatively minor, aimed at reinforcing the current standard.  A few, however, will have a significant impact on the standard.

If you have been involved in the procurement, preparation, review, or use of a Phase I ESA Report, you know the biggest concern many environmental professionals, buyers/sellers of commercial property, and lending institutions struggle with is “Are there one or more Recognized Environmental Conditions [RECs] at the subject property?”. Just what defines a REC has progressed through revisions to ASTM E1527 in an effort to clarify this most critical concern. The forthcoming ASTM E1527-21 standard will likely update the definition of a REC.

To heighten awareness, E1527-21 proposes to include Per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances [PFAS]  and other emerging contaminants in Non-Scope Considerations that some environmental professionals and end-users may want to evaluate as part of a Phase I ESA report.

How long is a report good for? EPAs All Appropriate Inquiries [AAI] Rule mandates specific components to be conducted within 180 days of the date of the property purchase or intended transaction. These components are 1) interviews with owners, operators, and occupants; 2) environmental cleanup lien research; 3) visual inspection of the property and adjoining properties; 4) review of government records; and 5) declaration by an environmental professional. After one year, the entire Phase I ESA report must be updated to meet the AAI Rule.

The above text was excerpted from Omni Environmental Group.

If you own and wish to sell a suspected environmental impacted property in Southern California then please contact us so we can present it to a buyer that specifically seeks this type of commercial real estate acquisition opportunity.

Market Snapshot 2021-Q1

Central Los Angeles industrial submarket overview with absorption and vacancy rate.

Supported by the phenomenal growth of e-commerce, leasing activity was strong in the first quarter after the steep declines experienced earlier in early 2020. In Q1, across the Central Market, 139 leases were signed for a total of 2,836,295 SF; the average asking rate was $0.96 PSF. Q1 leasing volume for Central LA was 25% higher than Q1 2020 levels. Another 133 warehouse properties, totaling 2,000,000 SF, were sold in the period with an average price of $291.43 PSF. The average rate will move up or down slightly quarter-to-quarter depending on how many older, functionally obsolete warehouse and manufacturing buildings are in the pool of available inventory. The limited amount of available first-generation, Class A space leases at a premium to the average rate.

Sold Warehouses Q4-2020 in Los Angeles

Map of sold buldings

Below is a list of industrial real estate listings that were sold in the 4th Quarter of 2020 over 10,000 square feet in size in the Central Los Angeles industrial submarket. Information includes: buyer, seller, sale price, square footages, and property features for warehouses and manufacturing buildings.

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