Work is underway at 1800 Tapo Canyon Road, in Simi Valley. The project is by Stream Realty Partners (Stream), a national real estate services, development, and investment company, and joint-venture partner QuadReal, a global real estate investment group. When completed it will bring 344,100 square feet of Class A industrial space to the area.
The site is at the Southeast corner of East Los Angeles Avenue and Tapo Canyon Road. There will be five light industrial buildings on an existing 18 acre lot. The buildings will range from 25,786 square feet to 135,759 square feet and leasing options from 19,239 square feet to the entire campus.
The design will feature 28 to 36 foot clear heights. Other elements include high-image window-lined office space, above-regional-standard dock-high loading, five different access points to the complex, and immediate access to Freeway 118. It has the advantage of high-image street frontage and proximity to the San Fernando Valley and overall North Los Angeles area.
HPA Architects are behind the design. Kimley-Horn and KRPS are working as the general contractor. John DeGrinis, Patrick DuRoss, and Jeff Abraham of Newmark are in charge of leasing for the property. The site is expected to open in Fall of 2022.