The proposed project would include the construction of a warehousing/distribution building and a print shop facility on the 19.06-acre site in the City of Pico Rivera. The new warehousing/distribution building would encompass 357,903 gross square feet of building area, which would include warehouse, distribution, and office facilities and 393 surface parking spaces. The print shop facility would encompass 2,500 gross square feet of building area and include 29 surface parking spaces. The project would also include 22 bicycle parking spaces and 85,710 square feet of on-site landscaping.
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Industrial (Sq. Ft. 357903, Acres 19.06, Employees 126)
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