Development Opportunities and Area Advantages

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A High Value Alternative

For businesses seeking a strong presence in Southern California, Lancaster offers abundant commercial and industrial property at very afford able prices. The well-respected Kosmont-Rose Institute survey consistently ranks Lancaster among Los Angeles County’s low-cost leaders. In addition, a recent CBRE report noted that many southland firms are currently looking north for new expansion opportunities.

Since Lancaster continues to offer some of the most affordable housing in the State of California, many workers can still afford to live, as well as work, in Lancaster. The current median home in the City of Lancaster is only $180,000 - just a fraction of the $520,000 average housing price for Los Angeles County. With an average family household income of $82,609, Lancaster has a high percentage of resident homeowners, leading to a more stable workforce, stronger sense of community and a less transient-oriented population base.

Located just an hour north of Los Angeles, the City has improved sites ready for rapid development, large parcels for distribution centers, as well as a variety of multi-tenant spec and build-to-suit opportunities, all with significant price advantages.

Gain proximity to all of Southern California while controlling costs and attaining a competitive edge with a City that is on your side. Make your next move to Lancaster.

Retail and Commercial Sites

The Promenade at Amargosa Creek 

The Promenade at Amargosa Creek is a new 115-acre, mixed-use development currently in the planning stages. The Center will be located in the thriving 10th Street West corridor surrounded by Lowe’s Home Improvement Warehouse, Target, Costco Wholesalers and the Lancaster Auto Mall.

Also included in the master plan is a 30-acre expansion of auto dealerships along Avenue K-8 across from the existing dealerships within the Lancaster Auto Mall; 535,000 square feet of retail space, 88,000 square feet of pad space for major anchors, restaurant and other retail uses; 165,000 square feet of hotel space; 471,000 square feet of office space; and 67,000 square feet of theater space for a total of 1.326 million square feet of proposed commercial development.

Master Plan

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Front Row Center

Lancaster’s Front Row Center is a leisure time oriented shopping and entertainment complex that includes Lancaster Municipal Stadium, Cinemark Theatres and two Hilton brand hotels.

Newly expanded at 27th Street West and Lancaster Boulevard, Front Row Center offers prime anchor opportunities for those who act soon.

Click here to view a site map of Front Row Center.

For more information, contact the Lancaster Economic Development Department at (661) 723-6128 or ED@cityofLancasterca.org

Vince Roche
Pacific Commercial Realty Advisors
5060 California Ave., Suite 1000
Bakersfield, CA 93309
Phone: 661-633-3817
Fax: 661-633-3801
www.paccra.com
vincent.roche@paccra.com

Industrial Sites

Lancaster Business Park

The Antelope Valley's premier business address offers discriminating firms a prestigious location for their corporate presence. Offering sites from one-half to 15 acres, these fully improved light industrial parcels and quality office building sites provide a park-like master-planned environment.

Home to 100 companies employing over 4,100 people, the Business Park has attracted many nationally known firms including Morton Manufacturing, Deluxe, Inc., Deutrel Industries, and Lance Camper. The Business Park offers relocating firms:

  • Campus-like atmosphere
  • Mature, professionally designed and maintained landscaping
  • Fortune 500 neighbors
  • All utilities, roads and improvements in place
  • Convenient, low interest bond financing
  • Fast-track specific plan for quick approvals
  • Master EIR approved

Appropriate for:

  • Corporate Offices
  • Light Industrial

For more information, contact the Lancaster Economic Development Department at (661) 723-6128 or ED@cityofLancasterca.org

Fox Field Industrial Center

This 8,000-acre master-planned industrial complex provides an ideal destination for business wishing to obtain land for construction of large-scale facilities.

Home to major distribution and support centers for both Rite Aid drug stores and Michaels arts and crafts suppliers, Fox Field offers:

  • Great freeway access
  • Parcels from one-half to 1,000 acres
  • Flexible land use within master-planned guidelines
  • Proximity to general aviation airport
  • Strong expansion potential
  • Environmental work completed

Appropriate for:

  • Warehouse
  • Airport-oriented Firms
  • Business Parks
  • Freeway-oriented Corporate Headquarters

For more information, contact the Lancaster Economic Development Department at (661) 723-6128 or ED@cityofLancasterca.org

North Valley Industrial Center

Suited for industrial and distribution centers requiring rail access, the North Valley Industrial Center offers manufacturers parcels from one-half to 100 acres with build-to-suit opportunities. Priced very affordably, the Industrial Center features:

  • Central Location
  • Adjacent to Sierra Highway
  • Easy freeway access via Avenue H overpass
  • Backbone infrastructure in place

Appropriate for:

  • Industrial
  • Rail-oriented uses

For more information, contact the Lancaster Economic Development Department at (661) 723-6128 or ED@cityofLancasterca.org