Harsch's Latest Industrial Project Breaks Ground in West Sacramento
July 19, 2017
Ben van der Meer, Staff Writer for the Sacramento Business Journal recently interviewed John Shorey, Harsch's Senior Vice President and Regional Manager of the Sacramento Region, about the latest industrial project to be built in the West Sacramento area.

The 104,800-square-foot building at 920 Stillwater Road in Riverside Commerce Center could become home to as many as a dozen tenants. 

“We really expect to see biotech, engineering, the higher-end kind of users that both Sacramento and West Sacramento are looking for,” Shorey said. The new building, which should be completed by the last quarter of this year, will have spaces available as small as 5,000 square feet, he said.
“There’s not a lot of space available, and there’s not a lot of high-end space,” he said. “A lot of what’s out there, even 10 years old, doesn’t match what users are looking for now.”
Those features include more power, higher ceilings and clear dock space. Shorey said the firm is also targeting smaller tenants under a company plan to work with such firms as they grow and provide them with larger spaces along the way.
Newmark Cornish & Carey’s Sacramento office is handling leasing for the new building. Shorey said up to 40 percent of the building already is seeing interest that could translate into leases before the project is built.
Skip Vanderbundt, a senior managing director with Newmark Cornish & Carey, said the space could be used for distribution, lab, tech or office space.

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