Ventura Industrial

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Anchor Business Park - Space Thousand Oaks, CA  
Sep 08
6,140
sqft
Industrial
539 Calle San Pablo - Space Camarillo, CA large receptionist area and no CAM charges
Aug 28
3,640
sqft
Industrial Office
2451 Eastman Ave - Unit 35 Oxnard, CA large reception area and HVAC
Aug 26
2,520
sqft
Industrial
2649 Townsgate Rd - 2 Spaces Thousand Oaks, Thousand Oaks, CA 16 foot ceiling height
Jul 20
3,750 - 5,230
sqft
Industrial Mixed Use Office
551 Calle San Pablo - Space Camarillo, CA large loft/office workspace area
Jun 26
3,450
sqft
Industrial Office
High Image Industrial Unit - Space Thousand Oaks, CA  
Jun 16
4,800
sqft
Industrial
27,895 SF Class A Warehouse / Manufacturing Space - Space Oxnard, CA  
Jun 09
27,990
sqft
Sublease Industrial
1243 Flynn Rd - Space Camarillo, CA  
Jun 02
1,170
sqft
Industrial
1111 Rancho Conejo Blvd - Space Thousand Oaks, CA loading door
Jun 02
1,350
sqft
Industrial Office
132 Lambert St - 2 Spaces El Rio, CA 16 foot ceiling height
May 16
1,070 - 1,360
sqft
Industrial

Ventura

Market Report

Number of Listings
Posted in the last 90 days
105
Median Rate ($/sqft/yr)
$32
Median Size (sqft)
1,950

Ventura County Office & Commercial Space

With a population of well over 800,000 residents, Ventura County is located in the southern region of the state of California. Hosting a large number of cities and smaller communities, Ventura County provides residents and business owners with numerous opportunities for professional and cultural enrichment. Containing vast expanses of coastline and numerous economic centers, Ventura County is ideal for those seeking rental properties for lease that remain more affordable than those found in densely populated regions of the state. Both office space for rent and commercial space for rent can be found throughout the countless neighborhood zones of Ventura County at large. Business owners may find that properties in this area will serve as an excellent foundation for future business pursuits in both the region and state.

Ventura County Economic Overview

The cost of living index in Ventura County is markedly higher than the national average, making this one of the more expensive areas of the country to live and work That being said, these values are largely in accordance with general cost of living trends in the state as a whole. Some of the more common industries found in this area of the state include construction, manufacturing, finance, and the professional, scientific and technical services, among others. Nearly 60% of the local working populace is employed in privately held companies. Recent surveys have shown that approximately 10% of the local population lives below the poverty line.

Ventura County At A Glance

The population of Ventura County grew significantly in first half of the 20th century, due largely to economic expansion in the region as a whole. The area has continually attracted residents from both the state and the country at large, due primarily to the fact that real estate properties have remained consistently lower than those found in nearby cities. That being said, the closeness of Ventura County to major metropolitan centers, such as Los Angeles, has continually served as an alluring attraction for those debating whether or not they should relocate here. In recent years, however, prices have risen sharply in certain areas of Ventura County, most notably in the Conejo Valley.

Where to Lease in Ventura County

As could be expected, the vast majority of consumer traffic in Ventura Country is occurring in larger cities. Because of this, those hoping to establish a retail operation in the region may find that these locations are their best possible choices when securing rental properties for lease. Some of the more popular locations include Simi Valley, Thousand Oaks, and Ventura.

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