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Today, the Santa Clarita Valley boasts nearly 30M SF of industrial and commercial facilities. Looking ahead, approximately 8M SF of future land development is approved, including 2M SF either in land development or with buildings under construction.
Fastest Growing City Rank

Santa Clarita Valley

SCV was ranked as the 23rd fastest growing city in the U.S. 

Industrial and Commercial 1

30 M SF

of existing Industrial and Commercial space

Land Development 1

8M SF

of future land development approved

In Development 1

2M SF

in development or under construction

New Homes 1

13,100

new homes between 2018-2023

SANTA CLARITA VALLEY BUSINESS PARK MAP
SCV Business Park Map
NEW INDUSTRIAL & OFFICE SPACE

IAC Commerce Center 

This 70 Acre development is part of Valencia Commerce Center at the western terminus of Witherspoon Parkway. This IAC developed business park has 1.3M SF for industrial and commercial. Phase 1 is ready for occupancy. 

Gateway V (part of Valencia Commerce Center)

This 38 acre industrial/commercial development is located in Valencia Commerce Center on Hancock Park west of Commerce Center Drive, and north of route 126. Phase 1 is ready for occupancy with a total GLA of 254,711 SF.

Southern California Innovation Park (SCIP)

Located in close proximity to Valencia Industrial Center, Interstate 5, and Route 126, this park-like campus, developed by Intertex Companies and Oaktree Capital Management, has an existing GLA of 612,075 SF, and is entitled for additional expansion of 900,000 SF. (Formerly Mann Biomedical Park)

The Center at Needham Ranch

With a GLA of 4M SF, this industrial/commercial development located north of the 14 freeway will be ready for occupancy in Q4 2018.

Vista Canyon

With 60,000 SF Office / Retail Building under construction, delivery 4Q18, this new transit oriented mixed use development, “Town Center East," will be located off Highway 14 with direct access to a future Metrolink station.