Trammell Crow, Clarion Deliver 1st Phase of Bay Area Project

Fairfield Industrial Center’s Building One totals 205,223 square feet. Image courtesy of Trammell Crow Co.

Trammell Crow Co., in joint venture partnership with Clarion Partners, has completed construction on the first phase of Fairfield Industrial Center in Fairfield, Calif.

Building One is a 205,223-square-foot, Class A facility, currently available for lease. CBRE and Cushman & Wakefield are the project’s exclusive leasing agents.

The development team included FCL Builders as general contractor and HPA Architecture as architect of record. The project received a $23.3 million construction loan originated by Cadence Bank, according to CommercialEdge.

Located at 2725 Low Court, the industrial building features 36-foot minimum clear heights, ample column spacing, a 4,000-square-foot office component, two grade-level doors, ESFR sprinkler system, 32 dock doors with 16 docks, 40,000-pound levelers and seals, 156 vehicle parking spots and 44 trailer parking spots. Additionally, the facility includes exterior glass entries, canopies and a landscaped site with water-efficient planting. The development is expected to receive LEED Silver certification.

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The 11-acre property is situated within Busch Corporate Center, close to Interstate 80 and State Highway 12. It is also situated 38 miles from Oakland, Calif., 44 miles from Sacramento, Calif., 45 miles from San Francisco, 47 miles from Oakland International Airport and within 77 miles of San Jose, Calif.

Construction on Fairfield Industrial Center’s second phase is scheduled to begin next year. Plans call for two Class A buildings totaling 328,553 square feet at 300 Chadbourne Road.

Cushman & Wakefield’s Executive Managing Director Brooks Pedder and Executive Director Tony Binswanger, together with CBRE’s Senior Vice President Kevin Hatcher will be marketing Building One for lease.

Recent developments in the area

Other projects in the area include Seefried Properties and USAA Real Estate‘s 334,157-square-foot speculative warehouse in Tracy, Calif. The companies purchased the development site earlier this year. In late 2022, Trammell Crow Co. and CBRE Investment Management commenced construction on Cochrane Technology Center in Morgan Hill, Calif. The five-building project will total 500,000 square feet At the time, it was the largest speculative industrial development to break ground in Silicon Valley.

Earlier this year, Trammell Crow Co. also broke ground on Cotton Lane Commerce Park’s first phase in Goodyear, Ariz. The approximately 1 million-square-foot industrial park’s first two building will total 542,873 square feet and are slated for delivery in September 2024.

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