Victor Valley Area MapAbundant, highly affordable land makes the Victor Valley an ideal location for businesses.

The Victor Valley is a booming region where several companies are relocating to the area because of its many benefits. One of those benefits is Victorville’s Global Access development. Global Access is made up of the 2,500-acre Southern California Logistics Airport (SCLA), the 2,500-acre Southern California Logistics Centre (SCLC), and the planned 3,500-acre Southern California Rail Complex (SCRC). Over 100 companies have chosen to do business at Global Access, including Boeing, Dr Pepper Snapple Group, FedEx, General Electric, Newell Rubbermaid, Red Bull, and Wal-Mart. This is a great location, especially for businesses with warehousing and distribution needs that are seeking fast and convenient ways to transport their goods.

Another benefit that the Victor Valley has to offer is the available land that is highly affordable. Surrounding areas like Los Angeles and Orange counties have sky high land prices, and with those costs being so high, companies are looking to the Victor Valley to acquire their land. The Victor Valley also has an excellent diverse workforce with more than 300,000 skilled workers in the area.

Along with Global Access, the Victor Valley has many other sites ready to cater to industrial type businesses. One in particular is the Foxborough Industrial Park in Victorville. Foxborough provides approximately 2.3 million square-feet of industrial space on an estimated 200-acres, and direct rail access to BNSF’s mainline rail spur. The Watson Logistics Center located in Apple Valley is a 5.5 million square-foot center on approximately 280-acres. It is in a ready to build site within the North Apple Valley Industrial Specific Plan. The Industrial Specific Plan allows for a relatively quick and cost efficient permitting process, and this is something that will continue to attract businesses to the area.

One example of a company interested in what the Victor Valley has to offer is Big Lots. A 1.3 million square-foot distribution center is proposed for Apple Valley. Construction activity for the project will employ about 300 workers and the center will employ roughly 400 to 500 people once it is operational. The new distribution center is expected to create a major boost to the local economy.

Contact Professional Land Corporation if you want to learn more about high quality land for sale in the Inland Empire’s Victor Valley, Antelope Valley, or the surrounding areas. Professional Land Corporation has prime residential, commercial, apartment, and industrial zoned land parcels available with affordable down payments and excellent long-term financing options.

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