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DOMINGUEZ PLAZA, COLTON

Colton, CA

Located in Colton, CA, Dominguez Plaza is a commercial center which encompasses an entire city block and consists of a first-class 82-room Hampton Inn and Suites; a 6,000 square foot dental office, a 6,800 square foot Bob’s Big Boy Restaurant and a 4,836 square foot Food Court. Tenants within the Food Court include a Mr. You’s Express, Subway and Amapola Rico Taco. Dominguez Plaza is accented with beautiful landscaping to complement the exterior of the buildings and is further enhanced by landscape lighting and pedestrian walkways.

Permanent monument signage is installed along the adjacent freeway (Interstate 10) which draws customers from among the 250,000 cars per day utilizing this route.

Strategically located in the heart of the fastest-growing region in the United States, California’s Inland Empire, the City of Colton encompasses approximately 18 square miles of fertile valley nestled against the scenic San Gorgonio Mountains. A comprehensive transportation network, a skilled, ready-to-work labor pool and a viable partnership between business and City Government contribute vitality to established commerce. Available sites and a “can-do” attitude toward economic development make Colton attractive for successful relocation and new enterprise.

Colton has a well balanced and diversified economy and is home to a variety of manufacturing, service, retail and distribution companies including Con-Agra Milling; McNeilus Truck; Williams Furnace; Telco Food Products; Al’s Garden Art; U.S. Express; Jon-Lin, Inc.; Ashley Furniture; the new state of the art medical facility, Arrowhead Regional Medical Center; along with the largest group of RV Dealers west of the Mississippi River.

Colton is strategically located at the juncture of the I-10 and I-215 freeways, in the heart of the Inland Empire and suited to serve the larger Southern California marketplace. Colton offers tremendous freeway access, rail service from both the Burlington Northern/Santa Fe and Union Pacific Railroads. Service from nine major nearby truck terminals and over 80 independent trucking firms, and is freeway close to Ontario International Airport, as well as the Port of Long Beach.