175,325 sq.ft. Warehouse/Distribution
facility on 7.51 acres, in Hollister, California, 50 miles southeast
of San Jose.
2401 Bert Drive offers convenient
access to Interstate 5, via Highway 156 (one of only three highways
connecting the Bay Area to I-5) and Highway 101, which offers
direct access to Silicon Valley.
Zoned for M-1. Permitted uses
include: Light Industrial, Manufacturing, Distribution and Office.
Constructed in 1999 with a 23,000
sq.ft. addition completed in 2001.
Loading Doors: Two 12' x 14'
grade level, metal roll up loading doors, Four 8' x 10' metal
roll up grade level doors and 12 Dock-high doors.
Fire Suppression System: ESFR
Construction: tilt-up concrete
walls with a concrete slab-on-grade foundation.
Parking: 47 stalls.
The building is located directly
adjacent to the Hollister airport.
The building's 12,000 AMP power
capability (8,000 AMPs existing, 4,000 AMPs available) is significantly
higher than typical industrial buildings.
Hollister is ideally located
to serve as a manufacturing and distribution hub for California,
due to its access to Interstate 5 and Highway 101, both main
north-south arteries, and its proximity to the Bay Area.
The San Francisco Bay Area is
also expanding to the south towards Hollister.
Current Tenants include:
1) Ivex Packaging Corporation (ALCOA), a manufacturer
of specialty plastic packaging for the food, electronic, medical
and retail markets, occupies 110,925 sq.ft.
2) Universal Protective Packaging, Inc., an industry leader
of thermoformed protective packaging, occupies 64,400 sq.ft.
San Benito County assessor parcel