Catawba Distribution Center

  • HFF Completes Sale of Inland Empire West Industrial Development Project

    According to Holiday Fenoglio Fowler, the company recently completed the transaction for an Inland Empire West industrial development project. HFF worked on behalf of Xebec Realty Partners, and marketed the Catawba Distribution Center in Fontana, CA. The property was eventually sold by the commercial real estate and capital markets services provider to a discretionary real estate fund for a total fee of around $23 million. The HFF team in charge of the sale consisted of Senior Managing Director Anthony J. Brent and Managing Director Ryan Martin.

    Los Angeles 16 November 2014 18:12

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