Golden Springs Business Park

Location: Santa Fe Springs, CA

Developer: Golden Springs Development Company

Size: Approx. 5 Million sf of Bldgs./265 acres

Located in Santa Fe Springs, CA, the 284-acre Golden Springs Business Center is the largest business park in the centrally located “Mid-Counties” market within Los Angeles County.

In addition to 23 big-box industrial buildings, Golden Springs also features 60,000 square feet of retail.

Golden Springs Business Center is owned and managed by Golden Springs Development Company, which is headquartered at the project site, and is directly involved in all phases of development and management of the project. The developer’s philosophy is to foster positive relationships with its tenants and maintain the unique quality of the development for long-term family ownership.

Golden Springs has been the recipient of several prestigious awards, including the Excellence in Brownfield Development award from the California Redevelopment Association and the Los Angeles Business Journal Real Estate Award in 2008 for Best Industrial Business Park.


Alliance California

Location: San Bernardino County, CA

Developer: Hillwood

Size: Approx. 5 Million sf of Bldgs./326 acres

Alliance California, a 326 acre trade and logistics center is located at the former Norton Air Force Base in San Bernardino, CA.  Alliance California
features out standing access to air,   BNS FIntermodal, Roadway and Yellow Freight hubs, as well as immediate access   toInterstate10,  210and215.  Some users include Mattel, Stater Bros.,  Medline, Pepboys, Pactive and ODW Logistics.



Location: Fontana, CA

Developer: Prologis

Size: Approx. 6 Million sf of Bldgs./588 acres

A former steel mill became a thriving business park in one of the most active distribution regions in the nation. Prologis purchased the 588-acre
site in 2000 with plans to redevelop the former steel mill location into a regional distribution center for the movement of goods. The Inland Empire area services as the major distribution enter for the southwestern
United States. The site offers direct, on-site access to the Union Pacific and Burlington Northern Santa Fe freight rail lines. It is conveniently accessible to Interstate 10 and 15.


CROSSroads business park shea business center

Location: Ontario, CA

Developer: Prologis & Shea Properties

Size: Approx. 5.5 Million sf of Bldgs./260 acres

Crossroads Business Park represents one of the first master planned large scale corporate distribution developments in the Inland Empire. Catellus was looking to maximize the long term value of the property by providing the highest quality of build-to-suit opportunities in the region.  HPA, Inc.,
went beyond the then current criteria and investigated what corporate users valued most in a distribution facility.  The tenant list indicates a successful project that redefined what a class A facility provided.   There are many national and international names:  New Balance, Gillette, and the LA times among many others. This development became the standard by which corporate distribution master plans were assessed for the following decade.  Shea Center Ontario Distribution Center is a total of approximately 1.5 million square feet just south of Crossroads Business Park.

Space center

Location: Mira Loma, CA

Developer: Space Center

Size: Approx. 5.4 Million sf of Bldgs./280 acres

The Space Center in Mira Loma is a long-term industrial development with facilities dating from the 1950’s.  HPA, Inc., has been involved on this
core project and many other regional projects with the Space Center Group over 25 years.  The task in the Space Center master plan was to phase new development over time, while maintaining maximum value in the existing facilities which are rail served and to also plan for their eventual re-development.  Newer build-to-suit facilities include an 80,000 square foot facility for Home Depot, a 500,000 square foot facility for Maytag, a 300,000 square foot facility for K-Swiss, and a 400,000 square foot facility for General Tire.

Valencia gateway i,ii,iii,iv & v

Location: Valencia, CA

Developer: Newhall Land & Farming

Size: Approx. 3 Million sf of Bldgs./700 acres

The Valencia area attracts more manufacturing operations and fewer large scale distribution operations than the Inland Empire, where HPA has been responsible for most of the industrial master planned acreage.  The Gateway projects by Newhall Land & Farming and The Valencia Company
accommodated a wide range of tenant configurations and sizes.  Gateway buildings range from 20,000 square feet to over 260,000 square feet. They are used in a wide variety of industries; from Pharmaceutical research and manufacturing to chocolate making, to avionics assembly.  HPA was able to leverage their extensive industrial land planning experience to create a very efficient land plan despite constraints from seismic faults and a topography that rises over 300 feet in elevation from one end of the complex to the other.

Redlands commerce center

Location: Redlands, CA

Developer: AMB, Sares Regis & David Partners

Size: Approx. 5.5 Million sf of Bldgs./227 acres

The Redlands Commerce Center is home to three HPA projects.   The first building was designed for Salton Inc., a leading marketers and
distributors of a broad range of branded small house-appliances, pet & pest products and personal care products.  The facility has a staggering footprint of approximately one million square feet, which was custom designed from the ground up to their particular requirements. The second building was developed by AMB and again exceeds a million square feet.  Weber Distribution LLC, is currently occupying this building.  Weber Distribution is a leading West Coast provider of dedicated ware-housing and logistics.  The third building was developed by Davis Partners and is approximately
390,000 square feet.

CenterPointe Business Park

Location: Moreno Valley, CA

Developer: Ridge Realty Group

Size: Approx. 3.1 Million sf of Bldgs./326 acres

The Moreno Valley represents an avenue of   growth for industrial development in the Inland Empire.  Further out than more built-up areas in Ontario or Riverside, there is land available for new, large-scale distribution facilities to service the Southern California Region.  Ridge Realty Group
has capitalized on this growth with a project designed by HPA that equals the standards of buildings available in Ontario at lower lease rates.  In a testament to Ridge’s vision and HPA’s design, the CenterPointe project built-out almost 2 million square feet of fully leased facilities in just a couple of years.

High Grove Business Park

Location: Riverside, CA

Developer: Operating Engineers Trust Funds, RCI, Birtcher and Dexus

Size: Approx. 2.1 Million sf of Bldgs./100 acres

The High Grove Business Park in the heart of the Inland Empire is aimed at leasing flexibility for the dominant market for distribution tenants. Leasable modules with full truck yards and front door entry range from 25,000 square feet up to 360,000 square feet.  HPA has collaborated with Operating Engineers Trust Funds, Birtcher, Dexus and RCI to develop industrial properties as part of their over-all investment portfolios.  Each one interested in life cycle costs as well as construction cost to create maximum return on their investment over time.

Skechers USA, Inc.

Location: Moreno Valley, CA

Developer: Highland Fairview

Size: 1.82 Million st of Bldgs.

The fully automated facility allows the company to receive, store, retrieve, park and ship using a high tech material handling system. Green design elements include solar energy, water conservation and reduced energy consumption through natural lighting ventilation and specialized water quality and storm water programs. This is also the largest LEED certified building of its type in the United States