The Inland Empire broadly and Rancho Cucamonga specifically have been in steady industrial-expansion mode, with tens of millions of square feet of warehouse and logistics space coming online over the past few years. And there’s no indication of a slowdown.
In early 2017, the area led the nation in under-construction industrial space , with millions of square feet in the works in Rancho Cucamonga alone. The recent inventory growth has helped draw in high-profile additions like Georgia-Pacific Corporation, who locked down well over a million square feet in Rancho Cucamonga in the past few years.
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.