By Staff Reports
(Victor Valley)– Stirling Development has started construction on a 370,032-square-foot distribution center at Southern California Logistics Airport in Victorville, with completion expected this summer.
“When fully occupied, Distribution Centre 18 is anticipated to generate approximately 200 new jobs and an estimated total of 700 ancillary jobs within the region,” said San Bernardino County Supervisor Robert Lovingood. “We support the City and Stirling in sharing a strong commitment to the growing the economy in the Victor Valley over the next decade.”
The center is on 19.5 acres and will have 53 dock high loading doors. Dougall Agan, CEO of Stirling Development, said the distribution center is one more advancement in making the High Desert region the most dominant hub for manufacturing and logistics on the West Coast.
“The abundant opportunity for growth, adjacent logistics corridors, in-place infrastructure and pro-business initiatives from the City of Victorville and the County of San Bernardino are all factors that are feeding into the expansion of existing companies here, as well as new users choosing to make this region home,” Agan said.