Opportunity Zone - Corner Lot – Rail Adjacent - Industrial Zoning - Smack Dab Between Two, Different Huge Amazon Warehouses. The subject property presents an exciting opportunity to obtain a position in a thriving industrial submarket where much of the remaining, undeveloped vacant land has already traded in the past three years. The site is a hard corner on the busy Waterman Avenue, giving great exposure to passerbys. In addition to potential industrial uses, a buyer could explore commercial or retail uses with the city, as there is a 24 hour need for services given all of the e-commerce related distribution centers within the immediate neighborhood. The nearby airport now has daily flights to Las Vegas. The site is smack dab between two, large Amazon warehouses, and within five minutes or less are various warehouses for Kohl’s, Burlington, Trader Joe’s, Pepboy’s, as well as Stater Bros headquarters and the San Bernardino airport. The property is within an Opportunity Zone which has great potential tax benefits. Buyer to verify desired uses/zoning with the city, as well as utility availability and verify Opp Zone benefits with a CPA/tax expert.
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Mr. Brislin joined The Hoffman Company in the fall of 2009, and as of winter 2023 has closed in excess of $450,000,000 worth of development deals. Prior to his start at The Hoffman Company, he was a Title Officer (T.O.)/Asst. VP at Fidelity National Title Insurance Company for seven years where he was the lead subdivision T.O. for the major homebuilder accounts, including SunCal Cos. who at that time was the largest master developer in the western region of the United States. Bryant also worked as a commercial title officer on various asset classes, such as office, hospitality, industrial and retail properties. In March of 2012, Mr. Brislin was awarded the prestigious Larry Webb Leadership Award by the Urban Land Institute (ULI) of Orange County/Inland Empire. He currently serves as the assistant vice chair of the Housing product council for the ULI. Bryant has worked to become an expert on both the urban infill markets of Los Angeles, as well as the residential suburbs of the Inland Empire, Ventura County and Southern California in general.