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The metropolitan area of Riverside-San Bernardino-Ontario is commonly known as the Inland Empire. Vast areas of affordable land and a sophisticated infrastructure of roadways and railways make Inland Empire a desirable home for southern California residents and businesses. A pillar of industry and agriculture, the Inland Empire remains the fastest growing region in California with over three quarters of California’s imported cargo coming through the LA/Inland Empire corridor. Home to many manufacturing and distribution companies, the Inland Empire offers a healthy mix of industrial/warehouse, office, and retail space to support the ever growing population.
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That comparative savings and availability may not last — the Inland Empire is growing fast, with the major appetite for that space spurring an annual growth rate of more than 10 percent leading into 2017. Beyond industrial square footage, there’s a lot for local businesses to like in Corona. For one, city government is encouraging growth with efforts like the Export Trade Assistance Partnership, a free training series co-sponsored by the U.S. Small Business Administration, designed to help growing local businesses to expand globally.
The service industry is a major part of Ontario’s economy, but warehousing and distribution have been big drivers too (Sam’s Club, Target and AutoZone centers are among the city’s major employers). Organizations hunting for the expanse of industrial space that can accommodate those businesses find far better luck in Ontario/the Inland area than in Orange County. City leaders are expecting the city on the whole to follow that lead, doubling its population in the next two decades to more than 300,000 residents.
Rancho Cucamonga isn’t all business, though, and that’s long been true. Its location at the base of the San Gabriel mountains adds scenic charm, and set the stage for the revered Cucamonga Valley winemaking region (while its heyday has passed, wine tasting remains a local attraction). The 147-acre Victoria Gardens town center has become a regionally beloved destination for shopping, eating and socializing, too.