Desireable space in a desireable location.

Piemonte at Ontario Center is a 225,826 square foot, Target-anchored regional power center located in the City of Ontario, one of Southern California's fastest growing and industrious cities. Piemonte at Ontario Center's anchored lineup, quality construction, proximity to new residential development and AEG-operated Citizens Business Bank arena, make it one of the most exciting and convenient shopping destinations in the entire region.

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About Piemonte at Ontario Center

Location Located on East 4th Street, just west of the I-15 Freeway and north of the I-10, in the City of Ontario, 35 miles east of Downtown Los Angeles in San Bernardino County, California. View Location Highlights
Square Footage 2,402 SF Available
Zoning 270 - Shopping Center and 223 - Financial Building
Year Built 2007
Traffic Counts Approx. 44,000 daily cars on 4th Street
Approx. 39,000 daily cars on Milliken Avenue
Parking The center provides parking for approx. 1,121 vehicles for a ratio of 10 per 1,000 square feet
Pylon Signage Pylon signage opportunity for a 45,000-square foot tenant. Pylon visible on east and westbound traffic on I-10 with approximately 224,000 vehicles per day
Piemonte at Ontario Center Aerial

Piemonte Pylon Sign

Population 1 Mile 3 Miles 5 Miles
2014 Estimated Total Population 5,903 62,500 292,672
2019 Forecast Total Population 6,471 67,105 305,271
Daytime Population 15,933 53,749 156,225
Population Growth 2010 to 2014 8.76% 6.61% 3.33%
Forecast Population Growth 2014 to 2019 9.60% 7.37% 4.30%
Households 1 Mile 3 Miles 5 Miles
2014 Estimated Households 2,892 20,951 88,395
2019 Estimated Households 3,125 22,402 92,069
Household Growth 2010 to 2014 6.45% 5.41% 2.66%
Forecast Household Growth 2014 to 2019 8.08% 6.91% 4.16%
Percent Owner Occupied 8.66% 40.65% 58.09%
Percent Renter Occupied 91.34% 59.34% 41.90%
2014 Estimated Median Home Value $266,176 $269,745 $271,626
Income 1 Mile 3 Miles 5 Miles
<$15,000 140 1,542 6,999
$15,000-$24,999 385 2,055 8,185
$25,000-$34,999 404 2,247 8,533
$35,000-$49,999 417 2,941 12,969
$50,000-$74,999 713 5,096 18,713
$75,000-$99,999 497 3,196 12,944
$100,000-$124,999 216 1,808 8,673
$125,000-$149,999 57 750 4,623
$150,000-$199,999 51 879 4,221
$200,000-$499,000 11 412 2,370
$500,000+ 1 24 166
2014 Estimated Median Household Income $53,432 $57,988 $59,325
2014 Estimated Average Household Income $59,349 $68,165 $72,588
2014 Estimated Per Capita Household Income* $29,072 $22,850 $21,924
* 2014 Per Capita HH Income = Aggregate Household Income/Population
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Inland Empire Overview

The Inland Empire is an area of Southern California comprised of the most populated portions of San Bernardino and Riverside Counties. It is strategically located in close proximity to the other major growth centers in the region, including Los Angeles, Orange and San Diego Counties. Due to it's central location with easy access to national and global markets, the Inland Empire is a natural transportation corridor for support services to all the major southern California and Western United States markets.

The estimated population of the Inland Empire is 4.41 million, with a median household income of $51,229 per year. The Inland Empire's population grew an astounding 21.6% over the last 10 years, making it one of the fastest growing areas in the nation. The area is expected to return to a more modest population growth rate of 5.3% over the next 5 years.

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City of Ontario Overview

Ontario, California

Founded in the 1880s as a Model Colony, Ontario has enjoyed well-planed expansion and development over its lifetime. While it still supports strong agriculture and manufacturing industries, the economy today is dominated by service industries and warehousing. The city is home to the Los Angeles/Ontario International Airport, which handles most of the freight transport from the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach to the rest of the nation. Major transport companies, such as FedEx and UPS, have outposts in the city which makes it a national logistics hub.