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2018 Irwindale Chamber of Commerce Business Person of the Year Craig Furniss, Seventh Street Development Seventh Street Development is a privately held real estate development company specializing in Southern California industrial, office and mixed-use commercial projects. Seventh Street has been a member of the Irwindale Chamber of Commerce for 13 years. Since its inception in 2003, Seventh Street has developed numerous successful and award-winning projects totaling approximately 2,500,000 square […]

Posted April 23, 2018 by jcowan in News

Alderson Business Park

Alderson Business Park Irwindale, California 193,000 Square Feet (5 Industrial Buildings) State-of-the-Art Industrial Park in San Gabriel Valley Breaks Ground Seventh Street Donates $2.5M to Veterans as Part of Project LOS ANGELES, CA, December 7, 2016 – Seventh Street Development and Cushman & Wakefield joined officials from the City of Irwindale and the City of […]

Posted November 24, 2016 by jcowan in News

Seventh Street’s Mission 71 West Business Park Wins Award for Best Industrial Project for 2nd Year in a Row!

Mission 71 West Business Park (Buildings “P”, “Q”, “R” & “S”) Los Angeles Business Journal February 23, 2016 Mission 71 West Business Park is a 495,000 square foot, four-building manufacturing and industrial park covering 25 acres in the City of Pomona.  It is the fourth and final phase of Seventh Street Development’s 19-building, 2,000,000 square […]

Posted June 9, 2016 by jcowan in News

Farmers & Merchants Bank Financed Project for Pomona’s Seventh Street Development Nets Leading Real Estate Award Mission 71 West Business Park Earns Second Place in the Industrial Category at Los Angeles Business Journal’s 2016 Commercial Real Estate Awards March 22, 2016 10:00 AM Eastern Daylight Time LONG BEACH, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Farmers & Merchants Bank (F&M), a specialist in commercial banking and small business lending announced today, that it, provided the $21.5 […]

Posted March 23, 2016 by jcowan in News

Seventh Street’s Mission 71 wins Silver Award for Best Industrial Project

Los Angeles Business Journal February 23, 2015 Mission 71 Business Park, Phases II and III, Buildings “L”, “M”, “N” and “O” 1793 W 2nd St.; 1788 W 2nd St.; 1768 W 2nd St.; and 1585 W Mission Blvd., Pomona The productive reuse of a 91-acre site that was formerly the Federal Government’s Naval Industrial Reserve Ordinance Plant, Mission-71 Business Park […]

Posted March 19, 2015 by jcowan in News

Mission 71’s Final Frontier

Real Estate Bisnow July 23, 2014 San Gabriel Valley’s market demand is on the upswing, and that’s why Long Beach-based Seventh Street Development is prepping to launch construction of the fourth and final phase of Mission 71 Business Park, its 91-acre industrial complex in Pomona.                  

Posted July 29, 2014 by jcowan in News

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Final Phase of 2 msf Pomona Biz Campus Gets Underway

Real Estate News TV July 22, 2014 Seventh Street Development has broken ground on the 500k sf fourth and final phase of its 2 msf, 91-acre Mission 71 Business Park, the company’s redevelopment of the shuttered General Dynamics Military facility in Pomona. Developed at a cost of $40 mil, the final phase, called Mission 71 […]

Posted July 22, 2014 by jcowan in News

Industrial Strength?

Los Angeles Business Journal July 21, 2014 L.A.’s expansive industrial real estate market sweeps inland from the coast for more than 50 miles, from San Pedro and Long Beach to Pomona and beyond. Fueled by some of the busiest seaports, airports and rail yards in the nation, finding tenants for its acres upon acres of […]

Posted July 21, 2014 by jcowan in News

Mission 71 Business Park in Pomona adding Kittrich Corp.

Inland Valley Daily Bulletin May 19, 2013 POMONA — Earth-moving equipment is there now, but before the year ends Mission Boulevard and Curran Place will have the new home of household products manufacturer Kittrich Corp. At 245,000 square feet, it will be the largest industrial building constructed in eastern Los Angeles County in the last […]

Posted May 19, 2013 by jcowan in News

Pomona defense plant site is getting new manufacturers

Los Angeles Times May 9, 2013 The maker of Con-Tact adhesive paper shelf liners, Little Twig baby bath products and other household items will move to a manufacturing and warehouse building being built on acheter viagra the site of a defunct defense industry plant in Pomona. Kittrich Corp. – which also manufactures pens, highlighters and […]

Posted May 9, 2013 by jcowan in News