Banning (Under Construction)
Desert Palms Business Park
Desert Palms will be developed on 65 acres of industrial zoned raw land in Banning, California. Strategically located with prime freeway frontage off of Hathaway Street and the I-10; this development is planned to consist of a mixed use, industrial business park, totaling over 1.3 Million S.F. This project will soon be a cornerstone for the eastward expansions of Beaumont and Banning.
Although speculative in nature, the Desert Palms development seems to have found a location that will be a key competitive advantage for the owner/vendor that will call it home. Just minutes west of the Morongo Resort and Cabazon Premium Outlet Center, Desert Palms will be the midpoint in facilitating commerce between the heart of the Inland Empire and the flourishing desert economy of the Coachella Valley.
Desert Palms will consist of four Class A buildings, ranging from 100,000 to 860,000 S.F. This world class business park will not only be a huge benefit to the local economy, but it will set the development standard for the expansion of Riverside County.
Thermal, California (Future Development)
Coachella Commerce Center
Located at the northwest corner of Airport Blvd. and Tyler St. and just north of the regional airport, this industrial zoned site has the potential to be a catalyst for the outward growth of the Coachella Valley. The business park will have a mixture of industrial and office components totaling over 400,000 square feet on 20 acres of land. Consisting of approximately 12 “class A” buildings with sizes ranging from 14,000 – 55,000 square feet the Coachella Commerce Center will be the design standard for future development in the area.
With the recent rapid influx of residential development in the area, the expansion of the Desert Resorts Regional Airport will be a necessity. As the airport expands to meet the implied demand of the commercial and residential markets, the surrounding area will also need to mature and grow to meet the needs of the airport. We believe that Coachella Commerce Center and the Regional Airport will share a mutually beneficial relationship that will be key to facilitating the future increase of commerce to the area.
With the growing importance of logistics and supply chain management, a significant emphasis has been put on the ability to seamlessly integrate all facets of intrastate commerce. With this in mind, it is easy to see why suppliers will look at Coachella Commerce Center to fulfill their distribution needs in the rapidly expanding desert region.