88,000 SQFT Industrial Park in Palmdale Placed on Market for Nearly $15MM

Palmdale, Sierra Business Park, Stratton International, York Palmdale Properties LLC

By The Registry Staff

Now back on the market and waiting for buyers, the Sierra Business Park at 190 Sierra Court has quietly contributed to the city of Palmdale’s industrial landscape since 1987. This one-story industrial complex spans 88,000 square feet in size and comprises three buildings spread over 5.93 acres. Recently, the property has been listed for sale at an asking price of $14.96 million.

This property was last traded in 2016 to an entity linked to York Palmdale Properties LLC. Stratton International is managing Sierra Business Park’s sale and should be referred to for any inquiries. The listing specifically references David Stratton himself as the go-to contact for the property.

Sierra Business Park is home to a range of spaces that cater to different business requirements. It offers multiple office and retail spaces, executive suites, and industrial units with single drive-thru truck doors – an added feature that is prized by companies with heavy product and supply transportation needs. With all three buildings connected, tenants have easy access to each building’s common areas such as parking lots, loading docks and shared amenities. Ceilings tower a lofty 18 feet in height, allowing for plenty of options for interior design and storage.

The Sierra Business Park is strategically located near several major highways and rail transport links for easy access across the Antelope Valley. It sits between Lancaster and Palmdale in an area already rich in business real estate.

This property is zoned C5, meaning it’s intended to provide space for specified commercial uses. The current tenant mix consists of manufacturing, engineering and communications companies. For those with ambitions of expansion, the Sierra Business Park includes additional land and a proposed development site for a 52,938 square-foot building. This aspect of the property allows for potential future growth and adaptability to tenants’ needs.