Port of Hueneme is soliciting proposals for the long term lease and/or development of Port Property at 5851 Arcturus Avenue, Oxnard, CA 93033. Potential Developers/Lessees are invited to outline any proposed improvements and qualify that investment. Based on the RFP responses received, the Port reserves the right to enter into exclusive negotiations with a qualified lessee and/or developer(s).
The premises are a building space of 1,344 square feet, office space of 1,376 square feet and improved land area (paved) consisting of 354, 830 square feet.
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The Port of Hueneme began over 75 years ago with a mission to provide California’s central coast agricultural community with an ocean link to the global market. Today, serving as a priority hub in the state’s intermodal transportation network, the Port provides Ventura County with competitive advantages to attract business investment and create jobs.
Over $9 billion in cargo moves through the Port generating a total $1.5 billion economic impact (revenue, taxes and income), including $93 million of in state and local tax revenue. The Port supports 13,633 jobs related to Port activity.
Optimal and Efficient Hub
The Port of Hueneme’s marine terminals handle automobiles, containerized cargo (primarily fruit), break bulk fruit, and general cargo such as project cargo, military cargo and liquid fertilizer. In addition, the Port is home to companies handling squid and fish. The Port is an important offshore oil support center for platforms in the Santa Barbara channel. The Port’s commitment to the agriculture industry also involves the transportation of essential materials for farm production such as liquid fertilizer.
In Fiscal Year 2014, more than 1.43 million tons of cargo moved via these terminals and were produced and consumed by exporters and importers located within the metropolitan region, the State of California as well as throughout the Southwest and the Western United States and Canada.
Perfect Year Round Climate
Warm, mild year-round climate and scenic geography make Ventura County attractive to the 850,000 culturally and ethnically diverse people who call Ventura County home. The 11th most populous county in the state, Ventura County has a strong economic base that includes major industries like biotechnology, agriculture, advanced technologies, oil production, military testing and development, and tourism. Home to two universities, multiple university extensions, institutes, and adult schools, the county enjoys as strong structure for workforce development.
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