Valencia Pipe Company Inc., a division of VPC Global, has leased 170,990 square feet at Vista Business Park in Valencia for $10.1 million, CBRE has announced.
Matt Dierckman, David Harding, Greg Geraci and Billy Walk represented the tenant, a manufacturer of steel tubing and pipes used in retail and wholesale.
“This new location provides Valencia Pipe Company with an excellent opportunity to expand its growing business and consolidate multiple locations into a single facility,” Andrew Dervin, CEO of VPC Global, said in a statement. “This will allow us to grow and to service our customers in the best way possible.”
The Class A property, located at 28305 Livingston Avenue, will serve as the company’s new headquarters and distribution facility, with its manufacturing operations remaining in Kingman, Ariz.
The site features heavy power, 22 ground-level loading doors, two dock high doors, 30’ clear height, and 344 parking spaces.
The landlord, Valencia LLC, is currently adding approximately 7,000 square feet of corporate office space on the site. Once completed, the company will vacate its current facilities in the Valencia Commerce Center on Industry Drive.
“We are pleased that Valencia Pipe Company will continue its tremendous growth here in the Santa Clarita Valley and take advantage of consolidating operations into a single, modern facility,” said Holly Schroeder, president and chief executive officer of the Santa Clarita Valley Economic Development Corporation.
Added Dierckman, “The lease structure allows the company to move all warehousing functions in early while the new corporate office space is being built, and it provides Valencia Pipe with the ability to lease and sublease its existing six facilities in the Valencia Commerce Center.”
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