The Alameda Industrial Park is a (4) building, ±400,000 SF next-generation industrial speculative development in the heart of Los Angeles. Situated within the 10, 110, 5, 60, and 710 Freeway mega-convergence, Alameda Industrial is located atop the most valuable industrial real estate in the United States. Employing the latest in industrial design and construction methodology, these concrete tilt-up warehouse facilities come equipped with covered loading docks, concrete site paving, 33' high ceilings, ESFR fire suppression systems, automatic dock levelers, high-efficiency commercial solar panels, and a suite of next-generation technology like LED warehouse lighting and electric HVAC and water heaters that lessen the facilities' overall carbon footprint.
CEG's 62,214 sq. ft., 30 ft. clear height, 7919 Paramount tenant improvement project calls for a 11,400 sq. ft. -20°F freezer, a 3,115 sq. ft. 34°F cooler, and a new shipping office and lunch room. This project's refrigeration equipment is located outside on ground level.
(3) Story Concrete Tilt-Up Warehouse/Office Building situated on a 2.04 A.C. site with panels spanning over 60-ft in height. First-floor warehouse and office footprint = 40,416 S.F. Second-floor office and flex space footprint = 9,032 S.F. Third floor office footprint = 9,032 S.F.
• 32' clear height
• (6) dock high and (1) grade level loading positions
• (68) parking stalls
• ESFR sprinkler system
• 2,000 amps of power