INLAND EMPIRE COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE 

MAJOR RE/MAX COMMERCIAL COVERAGE AREAS IN THE INLAND EMPIRE

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The Inland Empire is one of the fastest growing and most affordable areas in Southern California and one of the very top markets in the United States.

The area is also the distribution hub for the Western United States.   The center of the Inland Empire's major metro area is identified by Ontario International Airport, and has over 2 Billion Square feet of industrial warehouse space within  a 50 mile radius of it's location.

It is centrally located and about 45 miles to the major Southern California Ports, the City of Los Angeles, Orange County and about an hour's drive to the major Mountain and Desert Resort areas.

MAJOR CITIES IN THE INLAND EMPIRE 

Cities in Southwestern Bernardino County

 

Cities in Eastern Riverside County 

 

  • Palm Springs 

  • Cathedral City 

  • Palm Desert

  • Greater Coachella Valley

Cities in Western Riverside County

 

  • Riverside 

  • Corona 

  • Moreno Valley 

  • Temecula

  • Murrieta

  • Perris

  • Lake Elsinore

  • Hemet

  • San Jacinto

Major cities in and around Eastern Los Angeles County 

Cities centered in the Pomona Valley

  • Pomona 

  • Claremont 

  • Upland

  • La Verne 

  • Diamond Bar 

  • Chino 

  • Montclair 

MORE ABOUT THE INLAND EMPIRE

The Inland Empire is a metropolitan area or "metro" region south east of Los Angles in Southern California and is considered the major distribution hub for the Western United States.   

 

A metropolitan area is defined for census tracking purposes an area that contains a core area with a high concentration of businesses and dense population.   

San Bernardino and Riverside Counties are huge areas, both counties  contain over  27,000  square miles and have a population of over four and a half million.

The Inland Empire or "I.E." has experienced rapid growth especially in the construction of mega Industrial Warehouse Space. 

 

This growth has been fueled by increasing imports entering into California from the ports of Los Angles and Long Beach, the explosion of e-commerce and the demand for large fulfillment and distribution centers. 

 

THE INLAND EMPIRE COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE MARKET

Listed below are the average asking Lease Rates for the Airport Region of the Inland Empire.   Commentary comprehensive reports for all coverage areas available for our clients. 

This area is one of the most desirable areas in the Southwest Inland Region and Includes the Ontario International Airport and including areas of Rancho Cucamonga, Fontana, Upland and Ontario California. 

INLAND EMPIRE LEASE RATES

Property Type
Lease Rate
LAND
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RETAIL
$19 to $54 PSF / YR
OFFICE
$12 to $50 PSF / YR
INDUSTRIAL
$14 to $24 PSF / YR

This data was updated Q-4 2022 and is subject to change at any time, it was obtained from sources believed to be reliable but is not guaranteed and is for information purposes only.   Prices vary widely and are affected by excess land, structure, income a property produces and many more factors.

INLAND EMPIRE COMMERCIAL ASKING SALES PRICES

Listed below are the average asking sales prices for the Airport Region of the Inland Empire.   Commentary comprehensive reports for all coverage areas available for our clients.

 

This area surrounds the Ontario International Airport and is in the heart of the Inland Empire including areas of Rancho Cucamonga, Fontana and Ontario California. 

Property Type
Price Range / Valuation
INDUSTRIAL - Investment
3.7% to 5.7% Cap Rate
INDUSTRIAL - Owner User
$220 to $454 PSF
LAND
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MULTIFAMILY
3.6% to 5.7% CAP Rate
OFFICE - Investment
4.3% to 6% CAP Rate
OFFICE - Owner User
$293 to $602 PSF
RETAIL - Investment
4.2% to 6.9% CAP Rate
RETAIL - Owner User
$237 to $634 PSF

This data was updated Q-4 2022 and is subject to change at any time, it was obtained from sources believed to be reliable but is not guaranteed and is for information purposes only.   Prices vary widely and are affected by excess land, structure, income a property produces and many more factors.