Toyota’s massive Torrance property hits the market

Its 110-acre former HQ includes 2 million square feet of buildings

Feb.February 15, 2017 03:49 PM
Toyota North America CEO James Lentz, Torrance headquarters (Getty)

Toyota Motor North America Inc. has tapped JLL to sell its massive former Torrance headquarters, the brokerage announced Sunday

The almost 2 million-square-foot property, which spans 110 acres, consists of office and industrial spaces.

JLL’s Jeff Adkison and Brendan McArthur are leading the listing team.

Toyota announced it would relocate its North American headquarters from Torrance to Plano, Texas in April 2014. The transition is expected to be completed next year.

JLL’s Meredith O’Connor and Michael Sessa from Chicago, as well as Paul Whitman, Brad Selner, Brooke Armstrong and Torrey Littlejohn in Dallas, represented Toyota in its headquarters move.

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