DCT Industrial Trust
®, a leading industrial real estate company announced today the groundbreaking of DCT Arbor Avenue, a 796,000 square foot development located on 39.6 acres in the City of Tracy in San Joaquin County, in the Central Valley of Northern California.
DCT breaks ground on DCT Arbor Avenue in Tracy, CA. Pictured From Left to Right Garrett Readler, Kier & Wright Civil Engineers & Surveyors, Inc., Chuck McCallum, Kier & Wright Civil Engineers & Surveyors, Inc., Robert Armijo, City of Tracy, Nancy Young, City of Tracy, Mayor Michael Maciel, City of Tracy, Dave Haugen, DCT Industrial, Mary Mitracos, City of Tracy, Troy Brown, City of Tracy, Andrew Malik, City of Tracy, Calvin Coatsworth, Carlile Coatsworth Architects, Inc., Nate Bacchetti, NB Farms, Michael Goldstein, Colliers International, Melissa Sachs, DCT Industrial, Rachel Hickenbottom, DCT Industrial. (Photo Credit: Business Wire)
DCT Industrial’s Northern California team hosted a ceremonial groundbreaking on July 6, 2016. The ceremony featured DCT leaders and community officials including the City of Tracy’s Mayor Michael Maciel and members of the City Council.
The development is ideally located with easy access to U.S. Interstate 205 and MacArthur Drive, and features a cross-dock distribution building with 32-foot minimum clear height, 195-foot secured truck courts, 118 positions for trailer parking and over 650 auto parking spots. Construction of the facility is scheduled to be complete in Q3 2017.