Table of Contents
- Real Estate Roundup (December 2007)
- EDC celebrates 25 years of service to Solano County
- Keep your membership active for 2008
- Did you know?
Real Estate Roundup (December 2007)
Colliers International (www.colliersparrish.com)
- 527-531 Stone Rd, Benicia – 99,840 sf lease to Cork Supply USA, Inc.
- 5311 Industrial Way, Benicia – 26,089 sf lease to CytoSport Inc.
- 801 Chadbourne Rd, Fairfield – 44,280 sf lease to Freight Transport Systems Inc.
- 539 Stone Rd, Benicia – 122,000 sf lease renewal with Western Container Corp
- 535 Getty Court, Benicia – 20,160 sf lease renewal with Gunnebo Entrance Control
- Grobic Court, Fairfield – Land sale of 1.5 acres by WWCH1, LLC
- 2050 Cessna Dr, Vacaville – 220,800 sf building sale by Serta Mattress
- Building 126, Mare Island, Vallejo – 7,663 lease sf to Praxis
- Building 757, Mare Island, Vallejo – 6,375 sf lease to Triton Repair
Cornish & Carey (http://www.ccarey.com/)
- 4955 Industrial Way, Benicia – 48,000 sf leased to Encore Glass
- 5311 Industrial Way, Benicia – 26,089 sf lease by CytoSport Inc.
- 665 Stone Road, Benicia – 31,870 sf lease by JV Industrial
Cushman & Wakefield (www.cushmanwakefield.com)
- 497 Edison Ct, Fairfield – 12,000 sf leased by Sunnyside Farms
- 497 Edison Ct, Fairfield – 9,000 sf leased by UMA Solar
- One Harbor Center, Suisun City – 3,300 sf lease by BP Solar
Keegan & Coppin (www.keegancoppin.com)
- 2339 Courage Drive, Fairfield – 108,000 building sale to Jaeger McHugh LLC
Premier Commercial (www.pcres.net)
- Grobic Court, Fairfield – Land sale of 1.5 acres to Brian Schneider
The Wiseman Company (www.wisemanco.com)
- One Harbor Center, Suisun City – 3,300 sf lease to BP Solar
EDC celebrates 25 years of service to Solano County
Solano EDC will kick off its 25th year of service Jan. 24 with the annual meeting, 11:30 a.m. at the Fairfield Hilton Garden Hotel.
Sam Zuckerman, senior correspondent for the San Francisco Chronicle, will be the keynote speaker for the annual meeting. Zuckerman has been with the newspaper since the late 90s, and currently focuses on regional economic and financial issues.
It was 25 years ago that a group of Solano County business and government leaders determined that the economic future of the area needed the support of a countywide organization that could bring together all the key players to assure a balanced and steady growth.
“The dreams of a few have resulted in today’s Solano EDC,” Mike Ammann said. “Today, EDC has proven the wisdom of the EDC founders. Through the years the organization has been able to bring together private sector and government officials to work for the common good. We are all in a better position today than we were before EDC was created.”
The annual meeting will highlight the accomplishments of 2007, and Zuckerman will give insight into the challenges and opportunities for economic growth during 2008.
“This is a critical time for Solano County,” Ammann said. “We are positioned to take advantage of the economic opportunities in biotech, services and energy expansion.”
Each year the annual meeting is a big event, and 300 are expected to attend.
For information regarding reservations, contact Pat at 707 864-1855.
Cost is $45 per person or $350 for a table of 8.
The Annual meeting is sponsored by: Gaw Van Male Counselors at Law, Lennar Mare Island, Travis Credit Union, Sutter Health, Umpqua Bank, Wells Fargo, Suisun Grape Growers Association, Reporter, Kaiser Permanente, Times-Herald, Solano Garbage Company, Potrero Hills Landfill and Touro University.
Keep your membership active for 2008
Now is the time to renew your membership with Solano EDC. It’s an investment that gives you a voice in Solano County’s economic development.
2008 will be both a year of challenges and opportunities. You can help protect your organization’s future by maintaining your membership.
For information, contact Sandy at (707) 864-1855.
Did you know?
Who was the first Board Chairman of Solano Economic Development Corporation?
Gary Andrews, Amos & Andrews
The Solano Economic Development Corporation’s mission is to enhance the economic vitality and quality of life of Solano County communities through the attraction, growth and retention of business and industry.
Solano EDC Team
Mike Ammann, President (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Sandy Person, Vice President (email@example.com)
Pat Uhrich, Office Manager (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Andy Turba, Special Projects (email@example.com)
Solano Economic Development Corporation
360 Campus Lane, Suite 102, Fairfield, CA 94534
Phone: (707) 864-1855 Fax: (707) 864-6621