direction, the firm currently has properties under construction in New Jersey,Atlanta, California, Houston, Dallas, Chicago and Washington with 9 millionsquare feet in its pipeline and 11 total projects.
Environmental responsibility is a cornerstone of the company, and CrowHoldings aims to use green warehouse standards to reduce energy consumption, costs and emissions, and sources green and recycled building materialswhenever possible. LED lighting and EV car charging stations are typical building features in Crow Holdings Industrial projects, and it always attempts toachieve LEED certification. These practices also translate to tenant wellbeing.To ensure health and wellness in its properties, the developer includes outdoorseating, walking trails and food truck parks while positioning properties nearlabor centers to reduce commute times.
With 25 years of experience in the California logistics industry, DedeauxProperties has built a reputation as an innovator in transportation-orientated,cold storage and distribution facilities. The company currently has a portfolio ofsix million square feet, making it one of the largest non-institutional industrialowners in Los Angeles. Dedeaux aims high with its developments. For example, itis currently building a facility in the Inland Empire with 100 trans-loading cross-dock doors and 600 trailer parking positions. It is a rare facility, even in the matureSouthern California market.
Dedeaux has evolved from a private local firm into an institutional player withprivate equity and family office capital providers, and in the last year, it hasbecome more strategic in its investments, focusing on high-end distribution andcross-dock facilities. That has included completing full cycle investments on a 1million-square-foot facility in Riverside for $131 million, and developing an adjacent 360,000-square-foot distribution facility.
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