Goodman to open industrial campus in California for last mile logistics

Goodman Group has announced that its global operations have achieved carbon neutrality, four years ahead of its original 2025 target.

The Goodman Group announced the acquisition and refurbishment of an industrial campus located on the I-5 Freeway in Anaheim, California.

The new Goodman Industrial Center Anaheim is aimed at e-commerce or retail customers focusing on improving last mile logistics. It is currently available for lease and will be move-in ready Q3 of 2019.

The facility will cover two-buildings totalling 12,676 sq m of warehouse space plus 19,425 sq m of excess trailer parking, fully secured truck courts and excellent site access and manoeuvring space on site. Building 1 offers 9,183 sq m of warehouse space, 557 sq m of office space, 9.1m clear height, 178 car parking spaces, 248 trailer parking stalls and 17 dock doors. Building 2 offers 3,493 sq m of warehouse space, 74 sq m of office space, 5.5 clear height, 67 car parking spaces and 23 dock doors.

The facility is strategically located on the I-5 for easy access to consumers and site visibility with an average of 241,000 cars passing the site every day. It’s also three miles from State Route-91; five miles to the Los Angeles FedEx Hub; 23 miles from the Port of Los Angeles/Long Beach and 30 miles from Los Angeles International Airport. 

Anthony Rozic, CEO of Goodman North America said: “The e-commerce market continues to grow at a double-digit pace in the United States leading to increased demand for faster last mile deliveries to consumers. This site’s unique location provides direct access to over 18 million people in the Greater Los Angeles area.”

Source: Goodman Group