San Bernardino Industrial Space For Lease

6,900 SF Chino Industrial For Sublease - Space Chino, CA  
Nov 11
6,900
sqft
Sublease Land Industrial Office
17359 Darwin Ave - Space Hesperia, CA  
Nov 08
1,250
sqft
Industrial
153,566 SF Warehouse For Lease - Space Ontario, CA  
Nov 07
177,120
sqft
Industrial Office
422 N Monterey Ave - Space Parkside, Ontario, CA 125 members seats
Nov 07
2,880
sqft
Industrial Mixed Use Office Medical
191 E Hanna St - Entire Building Colton, CA classrooms and HVAC
Nov 07
5,000
sqft
Industrial Mixed Use Office Medical
4759 Holt Blvd - 2 Spaces Montclair, CA lease term negotiable
Nov 03
1,100 - 2,000
sqft
Industrial
13747 Amarillo Ave - Space Chino, CA 3000 sqft office
Oct 31
7,450
sqft
Industrial Office
9924 Rancho Rd - 2 Spaces Adelanto, CA lease term negotiable
Oct 17
6,000 - 19,000
sqft
Industrial
10881 Santa Fe Ave E - Space Hesperia, CA utilities
Oct 17
3,000
sqft
Industrial Mixed Use
850 W 9th St - Space Upland, CA large reception/open area
Oct 10
3,440
sqft
Industrial Mixed Use
5405 Arrow Hwy - Space Montclair, CA two open bullpens
Oct 10
1,890
sqft
Industrial Office
1551 W 13th St - 2 Spaces Upland, CA roll up door
Oct 03
420 - 920
sqft
Industrial Office

San Bernardino

Market Report

Number of Listings For Lease
Posted in the last 90 days
462
Median Rate ($/sqft/yr)
$25
Median Size (sqft)
590

San Bernardino County Office & Commercial Space

Situated within the southern region of California, San Bernardino County, official known as the County of San Bernardino, is the fifth largest in the state by population and the 12th most heavily populated in the country. Considered an integral element of California’s Inland Empire, San Bernardino County includes a number of significant cities, including San Bernardino, Ontario and Rancho Cucamonga, among others. Business owners seeking rental properties for lease in this region of the state, including office space for rent and commercial space for rent, may find that this county offers numerous opportunities to develop and expand business operations. The numerous neighborhood zones situated throughout San Bernardino County currently host a vast array of small, medium and large-sized business enterprises.

San Bernardino County Economic Overview

Some of the more popular industries in San Bernardino County include construction, public administration, education, and healthcare, among others. Over 40% of the population in San Bernardino County is employed in privately-held companies. According to recent studies, it is estimated that well over 10% of the population in San Bernardino County currently lives below the official poverty line. The per capita income of San Bernardino County is approximately $17,000. Some of the larger employers in San Bernardino County include the University of California, Kaiser Permanente Medical Center, U.S. Marine Corps Air, and the United States Postal Service, among others.

San Bernardino County At A Glance

San Bernardino County was first formed in 1853 out of various sections of the larger Los Angeles County. Sections of San Bernardino County were later offered to the fledgling Riverside County in 1893. The development of this particular region largely coincides with the growth of many of the larger cities in the area. Today, San Bernardino County hosts a wide array of cultures, businesses and noteworthy attractions. The population of San Bernardino, while predominantly Caucasian, also features numerous other ethnic groups from all corners of the globe.

Where to Lease in San Bernardino County

For those seeking to find rental properties in San Bernardino County that guarantee maximum visibility and exposure, locations in the aforementioned larger cities in the area should first be researched, as the vast majority of economic activity occurs here. That being said, it is highly likely that suitable properties can be found in any one of several cities and smaller communities situated throughout San Bernardino County at large.

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