CapRock Partners, a leading industrial investor, developer and asset manager in the Western U.S. and Texas, today announced the disposition of CapRock Interchange Industrial Center, a 684,000-square-foot Class A industrial complex in North Las Vegas the firm developed in 2020 and 2021. CapRock Interchange Industrial Center is CapRock’s first development outside of California and the sale comes as the firm strategically expands and invests in key logistics markets throughout the Western U.S. and Texas. Leading into 2022, CapRock’s portfolio and proven track record includes nearly 30 million square feet of industrial real estate assets acquired, entitled, developed or under construction.
“CapRock Partners experienced another year of historic milestones and growth in 2021 and our team is proud to start the new year with the sale of CapRock Interchange Industrial Center, a centrally located best-in-class logistics development project in the Las Vegas market,” said Nicholas Ilagan, senior vice president of asset management at Caprock Partners. “The North Las Vegas submarket continues to attract institutional investment as it emerges as an essential regional hub in the expanding U.S. supply chain. This sale is representative of CapRock’s capabilities and leadership in industrial real estate and is a significant step in the firm’s deliberate expansion into strong U.S. logistics markets with positive economic fundamentals.”
Located within the North Las Vegas Speedway submarket, CapRock Interchange Industrial Center is positioned directly north of the I-15 and I-215 freeway interchange, offering significant freeway visibility and accessibility. The development includes two state-of-the-art industrial warehouses. Building 1 is approximately 174,000 square feet and features 32-foot clear height, 39 dock high doors, 2 grade-level doors and 105 parking spaces. Building 2 is a 510,000-square-foot cross-dock building that features 36-foot clear height, 89 dock-high doors, 4 grade-level doors, 115 trailer parking stalls and 249 parking spaces.
At the time of sale, CapRock Interchange Industrial Center was 100% leased to BarkBox, Boxabl and Evanesce Packaging Solutions. Newmark represented CapRock in the sale transaction, led by Andrew Briner and Brett Hardy. Rob Lujan, Xavier Wasiak and Jason Simon of JLL represented CapRock as the local market experts. Terms of the sale transaction are not disclosed.
Including CapRock Interchange Industrial Center, CapRock has acquired, developed or is under construction on approximately 3.0 million square feet in the Las Vegas area since 2017.
The asset’s sale follows a stream of new transactions and achievements for CapRock in the second half of 2021. The activity includes the disposition of four industrial assets totaling nearly 1 million square feet and three new acquisitions for either value-add repositioning or ground-up development.
“2021 was an outstanding year for CapRock Partners. We remain steadfast in our commitment to creating world-class logistics facilities and repositioning existing industrial properties to meet the demands of the nation’s evolving supply chain through our entrepreneurial approach,” said Jon Pharris, co-founder and president of CapRock Partners. “We are in the midst of a massive shift in how the world economy operates with the integration of ecommerce and highly-sophisticated technology in the industrial sector. With our expertise, geographic reach and relationships, CapRock is at the forefront of this changing landscape.”
CapRock’s H2 2021 acquisitions, totaling more than 1.6 million square feet, include:
CapRock’s H2 2021 dispositions, totaling nearly 1 million square feet, include:
2021 also included the closing of CapRock’s oversubscribed CapRock Logistics Venture I. The investment vehicle is near fully allocated and will fund CapRock’s nearly $2 billion pipeline of Class A industrial real estate projects totaling approximately 12 million square feet throughout California and Arizona, many of which are currently under construction.
CapRock Partners will be under construction on approximately 10 million square feet of industrial space in the next twelve months. The firm is actively pursuing new investment opportunities in Texas for ground-up development and value-add repositioning. The firm is looking to build a local team Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex to execute on its development and investment strategies.https://caprock-partners.com/