Ontario Office Building Landlords Join Forces to Attract Businesses, Tenants

July 4, 2010
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Several competing office building landlords are joining forces in an alliance, called OntarioHQ, to attract new businesses—and tenants—to the city of Ontario. The group’s initiative will focus on driving economic development within the city by promoting the many benefits to businesses looking to expand or relocate there.

OntarioHQ is comprised of several leading office building owners, including CIP Real Estate/Guggenheim Real Estate, RREEF, Transwestern, The Hileman Company/Pacific Coast Capital Partners, and Unire Real Estate Group.

The group already has launched a promotion for the city’s competitively priced Class A office market, which tout’s Ontario’s high quality of life and pro-business climate. “The properties within the Ontario office market can accommodate the office needs of large corporations, regional companies, and small businesses,” said Natalie Bazarevitsch, senior managing director, CB Richard Ellis.

The group’s Web site (www.OntarioHQ.com) further provides users with leasing information, entertainment and dining venues, airport and transportation information, and demographic data.