Panattoni Development Company proposes to purchase and develop a property in the City of Roseville with a range of industrial uses, including light manufacturing, warehousing, and distribution uses (totaling up to 2,430,000 square feet [sf]) and a potential electrical substation south of Pleasant Grove Creek. Up to 15 buildings would be constructed, ranging in size from approximately 80,000 sf to approximately 300,500 sf and connected by a bridge across Pleasant Grove Creek. At buildout, there would be approximately 1,938 employees. Construction of Phase 1 would likely begin in spring/summer 2023 and be complete by early 2024; the timing of future phases will be determined based on market readiness and tenant demand.
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Industrial (light manufacturing, warehousing, and distribution uses)(Sq. Ft. 2430000, Acres 191, Employees 1938)
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