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  • Goodman Birtcher Lands Tenant for Oakland Facility

    Last summer, the Goodman Logistics Center in Oakland announced that one third of the facility’s available space had been leased out to Benjamin Moore & Co. With about a third of the available space taken, the property recently announced another major tenant, as a deal worth $16.25 million was recently completed with Coasters Company of America. The Santa Fe Springs-based company has signed on for ten years at the facility, in a deal that was brokered by Tim Cronin and Craig Hagglund of Lee & Associates Oakland. Developer and landlord Goodman Birtcher worked with JLL rep Jason Ovadia in the leasing deal.

    San Francisco 13 February 2015 18:33
  • SoCal Logistics Project Kicks Off Goodman’s $1.4B Development Pipeline

    Through its wholly owned North American subsidiary, Australian industrial property powerhouse the Goodman Group has launched a $1.4 billion, 15 million-square-foot U.S. development pipeline by breaking ground on a $150 million logistics center in Rancho Cucamonga, Calif.

    West 05 June 2014 14:20

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