Pomona Development

Los Angeles Business Journal

May 6, 2013

As Los Angeles County’s industrial market continues to boom, Long Beach company Seventh Street Development has started construction on a Pomona warehouse that would be the largest built in the San Gabriel Valley in the last three years.

The $10 million, 245,000-square-foot warehouse and manufacturing building, at 1585 Mission Blvd., is expected to be completed by the end of the year, according to Seventh Street Principal Craig Furniss. Read the rest of this entry »

Seventh Street Development Awarded “Best Industrial Project” by Los Angeles Business Journal

Los Angeles Business Journal

February 22, 2012

Size: 655,000 sq. ft.

Developer: Seventh Street Development

General Contractor: KPRS Construction Services, Inc.

Architect: rkz, inc.

The enormous 655,000 square foot Huy Fong Corporate Headquarters and Manufacturing Facility is the largest single building ever viagra pas cher built in the City of Irwindale and the largest building constructed in Los Angeles County in the last two years.

But sheer size, while impressive, is perhaps not the primary story surrounding this project – rather, it is a remarkable success story about the successful redevelopment of a severely blighted, vacant and contaminated property into an enormous yet elegant, environmentally sustainable facility created to house an American Dream-experiencing, family-owned business, Huy Fong Foods. The ambitious project, which broke ground in October of 2010 and was completed in less than a year, now serves as a model that future mining reclamation/redevelopment projects in the area can look to for guidance.

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Owners of Mission-71 Business Park Sell Last Building in Phase 1 to Lift-It Manufacturing for $4.1 Million

Trade & Industry Development

February 8, 2012

With first phase sold out, Seventh Street hopes to fill void created by closing of redevelopment agencies with 460,000 square feet of new space that can be delivered in 12 months.

Pomona, CA-Seventh Street Development has sold a 38,000 square-foot industrial building — the last remaining building in the successful first phase of Mission-71 Business Park in Pomona — to Lift-It Manufacturing for $4.1 million, announced Seventh Street Principal Craig Furniss.

Lift-It, a 33-year old industrial sling manufacturing company serving the material handling and rigging industries, will relocate to Pomona from Vernon.

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Seventh Street Development of Long Beach, CA has started the second phase of its 462,000-square-foot Mission-71 Business Park

Globe Street

September 11, 2011

POMONA, CA-Seventh Street Development of Long Beach, CA has started the second phase of its 462,000-square-foot Mission-71 Business Park. The new 213,000-square-foot phase will consist of three separate buildings of 42,000, 51,000 and 120,000 square feet, each of which will feature state-of-the-art industrial building design including up to 30-foot clear heights, fenced yards, ESFR sprinkler systems, excess parking, and build-to-suit, two-story office components. The buildings in the second phase will be offered for sale or lease. As Seventh Street explains in an announcement regarding the first phase, it recently sold the tenth of its 11 buildings in phase one to Eden Equipment Co., which bought an 18,500-square-foot building.

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City of Pomona and CalTrans Open Mission Boulevard Fly-Over at the 71 Freeway

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Regional Commuters and Adjacent Mission-71 Business Park will Benefit

POMONA, CA – August 23, 2011

On Thursday August 18, 2011, City of Pomona Mayor Elliott Rothman, surrounded by federal, state and local government representatives, cut the ribbon to open the Mission Boulevard Overpass https://www.cialissansordonnancefr24.com/ of the 71 Freeway.   Rothman indicated in his remarks that the $47.6 million overpass project is the largest public works project in the history ofPomona.  The Mission-71 overpass project, which was more than 15 years in the making, will have a major beneficial impact on freeing traffic on both the 71 Freeway and Mission Boulevard.   The Mission Boulevard fly-over of the 71 Freeway eliminates a traffic light on the Freeway which has long frustrated commuters moving between the 10 and 60 Freeways in theSan GabrielValleyto the 91 Freeway.  There will also be a new four-way interchange at Mission Boulevardat the 71 Freeway which will benefit local traffic flow.

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Recent Industrial Sales in Pomona and San Bernardino Portend Increasing User Demand

RentTV

July 26, 2011

Seventh Street Development recently die antibabypille belara ohne rezept | ohnerezeptfreikauf closed two industrial building sales, in Pomona and San Bernardino, both to local manufacturing companies. In the Pomona deal, Eden Equipment Company paid $2.2 mil for an 18.5k sf ($119/sf) building at the 462k sf Mission-71 Business Park. The fully sprinklered building features 24-foot clear heights, dock high and ground level loading, fenced yards and power service expandable to 800 amps.

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The View from Seventh Street

BISNOW

July 19, 2011

Is the economy in recovery mode? Seventh Street Development president Craig Furniss, with Seventh Street’s Janna Cowan and Michele Bancalari, thinks so—the company has sold a pair of industrial buildings to two local manufacturers. Yesterday, Craig told us manufacturing seems to be picking up and leading the economy, both nationally and in SoCal. “We always look for empirical evidence of that, and we’re seeing that in our portfolio.” At the 462k SF Mission-71 Business Park in Pomona, Eden Equipment Co, which makes specialized filtration products for things like commercial pools and desalination plants in Saudi Arabia, bought an 18.5k SF building. Lawrence Allen & Associates’ Larry Kliger repped Eden while CBRE’s Lynn Knox and Barbara Emmons repped Seventh Street.

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Small Industrial Space is Still a Big Deal

Press Enterprise

July 18, 2011

The transactions are, admittedly, not huge but news that people are looking for some manufacturing space in Inland Southern California is quite encouraging nevertheless.

Technology Solutions and Services, a manufacturer of LCD monitors and computers for Hewlett Packard, has purchased a 15,200-square-foot industrial building at the Waterman Business Center in San Bernardino for $1.1 million.

Seventh Street Development, the Long Beach-based developer that built the facility, said the complex at Waterman Avenue and Commercial Road is 191,000 square feet of office, industrial and flex space.

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New Headquarters for “Rooster Sauce” Company Nearing Completion in Irwindale

San Gabriel Valley Tribune

July 5, 2011

Under a sweltering sun and amid temperatures approaching triple digits on Tuesday, construction crews in Irwindale toiled away on a building that will soon be home to something rivaling the weather in heat.

The 655,000-square-foot building, located at Azusa Canyon Road and Cypress Street, is nearing completion. Once it is, it will service as a factory and corporate headquarters for Huy Fong Foods, known for its popular sriracha chili sauce. 

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Seventh Street Development “Working With The Best”

Strategize Magazine

Spring 2011

Personalized attention, fast action and a focus on client needs are the hallmarks of Seventh Street Development. The Long Beach, California real estate development firm that focuses infill Southern California Commercial Real Estate Developments prides itself on the fact that its principals, Craig Furniss and Doug Hinchliffe, are heavily involved with every project it engages.

“We don’t make excuses,” Furniss says. “The advantage of working with a principal is that when there’s a problem, we fix it and make sure we get things right. That’s why it is so important for a principal to be engaged in all of the assignments a company takes on. In fact, the architects, engineers and contractors we hire for our projects often have a similar business model.”
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