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  • One of Northern California’s largest warehouses sells in Fairfield for $60M

    A Phoenix-area real estate developer and investor has made a big play in San Francisco Bay Area commercial property with the purchase of a sprawling Fairfield distribution center, one of the largest in Northern California. | 07/13/16 - North Bay Business Journal

  • Vacaville’s Wunder-Bar leases larger plant for foodservice equipment manufacturing

    A 45-year-old maker of foodservice and beverage portioning equipment found in many restaurants, convenience stores and bars is doubling the size of its north Solano County plant.... | 06/28/16 - North Bay Business Journal

  • Canyon Creek Apartments, a 168-unit Vacaville complex, sold to a Southern California investor in June 2015 for $19 million

    A Southern California-based investor purchased the 168-unit Canyon Creek Apartments complex in Vacaville for $19 million, or $113,095 per dwelling... | 06/04/15 - North Bay Business Journal

  • Colliers International Sells ±447,042 Square Foot Gymboree Warehouse/Distribution Center in Dixon, CA

    Colliers International’s Fairfield office, which covers Solano, Napa and parts of Contra Costa counties, recently sold the Gymboree Distribution Center located at... | 05/11/15 - The Registry

  • Colliers releases Solano-Napa commercial real estate report

    Colliers International’s Fairfield office, which covers commercial real estate in Solano, Napa and parts of Contra Costa counties, recently released first quarter market research reports... | 05/04/15 - Daily Republic

  • Office, industrial real estate showing some gains locally

    Colliers International’s Fairfield office, which covers Solano, Napa and parts of Contra Costa counties, released market research reports recently indicating industrial real estate occupancy gains continued in 2014 locally. The vacancy rate at the end of 2014 was 5.8 percent, down from 6.7 percent at the beginning of the quarter and 7.2 percent at the beginning of the year, the firm noted. | 2/7/15 - The Reporter

  • Two massive warehouses rising in American Canyon

    Two new warehouses are under construction just west of Highway 29 in American Canyon, a project that began in the depths of the Great Recession. The new warehouses south of Green Island Road at the end of Lombard Road will store wine and wine-related products. They will be the first ones to open in American Canyon since the Jackson Family Wines/Biagi Bros. Distribution Center opened on Green Island Road in early 2010, according to the city. | 10/14/14 - Napa Valley Register

  • Large Napa warehouses break ground

    Southern Napa Valley is in the midst of another wine warehouse building boom to accommodate rebounded sales of North Coast wine and ample recent winegrape harvests.... | 08/18/14 - North Bay Business Journal

  • Industrial Market Remains Healthy - Office Market Cool

    The industrial market in Solano and Napa counties cooled off in the second quarter of the year, yet remained healthy, even as the office market continued to face challenges... | 08/11/14 - Daily Republic

  • Wiseman moves ahead with new office building

    What has become a rare sight in recent years can be seen along Interstate 80 at Hilborn Road – a new commercial office building is under construction.. | 07/20/14 - Daily Republic

  • Colliers research report sees resurgence of construction

    Colliers International's Fairfield office, which covers Solano, Napa and parts of Contra Costa counties, recently released market research reports that indicate the resurgence of construction activity that began in 2013 is continuing in 2014. | 05/10/14 - The Reporter

  • Solano builds on wine industry success

    Solano County is well-positioned for future commercial real estate expansion as a transportation hub for local, national and international businesses. As much of California is experiencing drought conditions, Fairfield’s exceptional water quality and quantity, as well as sewer capability, is expected to continue to draw food and beverage users, as well as other industries, in the coming months and years. | 03/24/14 - North Bay Business Journal

  • Wine industry helps spur development in Solano, Napa

    Wine industry growth has inspired the recent resurgence of development of new industrial buildings, according to a report released this week by Colliers International's Fairfield office. 2013 was one of the strongest years in recent memory for the industrial market in Solano and Napa counties, according to the report. The industrial vacancy rate declined 3.7 percentage points for the year to 7.5 percent. Sales activity rebounded in the fourth quarter as there were four sales of 50,000 square feet or greater in the quarter, up from only one in that size range in the third quarter. Two of these sales were user sales and two were investment sales. | 01/20/14 - The Reporter

  • Packaging Supplier Plans Fairfield 'Megacenter'

    A major Pennsylvania-based alcoholic-beverage packaging distributor plans to consolidate its Bay Area operations, which have grown rapidly in recent years through several acquisitions and increasing demand from breweries, into a planned Fairfield “megacenter” set to have nearly 11 acres under roof when completed, anticipated for the end of this year. | 01/13/14 - North Bay Business Journal

  • 2014 Trends: North Bay enjoys surge in industrial construction

    Continued growth of the North Coast wine industry largely is spurring developers to build at least 1.5 million square feet of industrial space in Napa and Solano counties. | 12/30/13 - North Bay Business Journal

  • Commercial Development Guide 2013: Wine deals fill Solano County industrial vacancy

    Following the lead of the southern Napa Valley industrial market, demand for newer large-scale warehousing with modern configurations and features to cost-effectively accommodate wine-related goods is driving the Solano County market too, along with expansion of other manufacturing. | 12/16/13 - North Bay Business Journal

  • Real estate broker hired to handle leases at Dey Labs site

    The Napa County Board of Supervisors has approved a $435,000 contract with Colliers International to be the county’s commercial real estate broker, mainly to handle leasing out surplus space at the Dey Labs site. | 12/03/13 - Napa Valley Register

  • Storage space tough to come by in southern end of county

    Vacant industrial Space "Lowest in decades," broker says. | 10/21/13 - Napa Valley Register

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