One focus. One goal.
Creating value investing in industrial property throughout infill Southern California.
Entrepreneurs focused on delivering superior, consistent shareholder returns.
Decades of experience, well-capitalized as a public REIT (NYSE: "REXR").
Southern California is not just where we’re located—it’s a critical part of our business strategy.
If it were its own country, Southern California would be one of the largest economies in the world and is the nation’s largest regional economy. Measured by square feet, the Southern California industrial market would be the fourth largest global market, lagging in size only to the entire countries of the U.S.A., China and Japan. Within the United States, the SoCal industrial property market represents about the same economic value as the next four to five largest U.S. markets combined. More specifically, we focus on SoCal high-barrier submarkets located in and among our massive, growing population centers - we call these “infill” markets.
Why Infill Southern California?
Scarce supply, high demandScarce, diminishing supply in the face of strong, growing tenant demand results in an ongoing supply-demand imbalance that is intensifying over time as industrial property is increasingly being converted to other, non-industrial uses.
High barrier sub-marketsVirtually no threat of new competition. Fully built-out and surrounded by mountains, ocean and dense population centers, our infill industrial market can not increase in size. Very high land and development costs further preclude development of for-lease product.
Huge market, strongest fundamentalsAt 1.8 billion square feet, the SoCal infill market is the nation's largest, most sought-after industrial market. Occupancy and value lead the nation with rental rates that are more than 60% higher than the average of the next ten largest markets.
Value-creationWith over a billion square feet of vintage buildings in the region’s best locations, we pursue a nearly limitless well of opportunities to increase cash flow and value by enhancing product functionality, marketability and performance.
Our strategy for success
We differentiate ourselves with the extra work to create and execute on exceptional investment opportunities...
Our people are everything. Together, we are entrepreneurs leading and innovating to create value.
Board of Directors
Experience. Dedication. Judgement.
Committed to creating value for our customers, shareholders, employees and our broader communities, our work generates significant economic, environmental and social benefits. We like to recycle and improve existing buildings, which optimizes environmental impact, contributes toward urban renewal, business growth and the creation of essential, sustainable jobs.
Tyler H. Rose
Mr. Rose has served on our Board of Directors since February 2015. Mr. Rose has 27 years of experience in the real estate investment industry. He is currently the President of Kilroy Realty Corporation (NYSE: KRC). Mr Rose has served as Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Kilroy Realty Corporation from 2009 to 2020 after serving as Senior Vice President and Treasurer since 1997. Prior to his tenure at Kilroy Realty Corporation, Mr. Rose was Senior Vice President, Corporate Finance of Irvine Apartment Communities, Inc. from 1995 to 1997, and was appointed Treasurer in 1996. Prior to that, Mr. Rose was Vice President, Corporate Finance of the Irvine Company from 1994 to 1995. From 1986 to 1994, Mr. Rose was employed at J.P. Morgan & Co., serving in its Real Estate Corporate Finance Group until 1992 and as Vice President of its Australia Mergers and Acquisitions Group from 1992 to 1994. Mr. Rose also served for two years as a financial analyst for General Electric Company. Mr. Rose currently serves on the Policy Advisory Board for the Fisher Center for Real Estate and Urban Economics at the University of California, Berkeley. He earned a Master of Business Administration degree from The University of Chicago Booth School of Business and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics from the University of California, Berkeley.