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The Outlets At Tejon Open With More Than 70 Premier Retailers

Tejon Ranch Company and The Rockefeller Group officially open California’s newest outlet center, with full occupancy and thousands of area shoppers. Continue reading

Tejon Ranch Co. Acquires Full Ownership Of Tejon Mountain Village LLC

July 15, 2014 (Tejon Ranch, CA)  Tejon Ranch Co. (NYSE:  TRC) announced today that it has acquired full ownership of Tejon Mountain Village LLC, having purchased the interest of DMB TMV, LLC (DMB), its partner in the joint venture, for … Continue reading

A New Outlet Mall Is Sprouting North Of The Grapevine

The $90-million Outlets at Tejon Ranch will bring more than 70 stores to a site near
where Interstate 5 and Highway 99 meet, where millions already stop to eat or gas up
each year. Continue reading

Tejon Ranch proposes 12,000-unit project at foot of Grapevine

BY JOHN COX Californian staff writer jcox@bakersfield.com Tejon Ranch Co. has launched plans to build 12,000 homes, condos and apartment units at the foot of the Grapevine as part of a phased, master-planned community that would house what the company expects will be a large influx of … Continue reading

Editorial: Grapevine can be remarkable; let’s insist on it

By The Bakersfield Californian Generally speaking, we fare better when new development is contiguous to existing development, or, better yet, replaces blighted, out-ofplaceor inefficient areas within an established urban footprint. The infrastructure is already in place, water needs are somewhat … Continue reading

Stine Retires as Tejon Ranch Leader

TEJON RANCH, CA-Robert A. Stine will retire as president and CEO of the Tejon Ranch Co. at the end of this year. The announcement came today at the company’s annual shareholders meeting. Tejon Ranch is a 270,000-acre working ranch and … Continue reading

Grey’s Anatomy’s James Pickens Jr. to host charity roping event at Tejon Ranch

The 4th annual James Pickens Jr. charity roping event will be hosted at Tejon Ranch April 23rd Continue reading

Tejon Ranch donates $250,000 to new blood bank

By THE BAKERSFIELD CALIFORNIANTejon Ranch Company is donating $250,000 to the Houchin Community Blood Bank for its new facility in southwest Bakersfield and for its gift-giving will have the lobby named for it. It ties for the single largest donation to … Continue reading

Caterpillar dedicates $50 million distribution center near Grapevine

Jan 12, 2013 (The Bakersfield Californian – McClatchy-Tribune Information Services via COMTEX News Network) — Kern County received what may have been the ideal corporate endorsement Friday as Caterpillar Inc. — no small player in the farms and mining operations … Continue reading

Appellate Court Upholds Tejon Mountain Village

APPELLATE COURT UPHOLDS TEJON MOUNTAIN VILLAGE Court rules in favor of Kern County, Tejon Ranch Company, & DMB Pacific Ventures, joint developers of Tejon Mountain Village  TEJON RANCH, CA (April 26, 2012)   Tejon Ranch Company and its partner, DMB Pacific … Continue reading

Tejon Ranch Commerce Center adds Dollar General distribution center

TEJON RANCH TO SERVE AS THE HUB OF DOLLAR GENERAL’S WESTERN SUPPLY CHAIN Dollar General leases large warehouse facility to serve as its California distribution center TEJON RANCH, Calif. (January 10, 2012) – The partnership of Tejon Ranch Company (NYSE: … Continue reading

Caterpillar Inc. selects Tejon Ranch Commerce Center for new distribution center

Caterpillar to acquire 46 acres at Tejon Ranch Commerce Center to build new parts distribution warehouse New 400,000 SF California Distribution Center will serve Caterpillar dealers and customers throughout the West.  TEJON RANCH, Calif. (November 7, 2011) – Tejon Ranch … Continue reading

A Chat With Hugh McMahon of Tejon Ranch

A Chat With Hugh McMahon of Tejon Ranch Continue reading

New Veterans Cemetery Dedicated on Land Donated by Tejon Ranch

Is it too late to sign up? I’m over 50, but I think I could run through a field of mud if I had a full head of steam and a tailwind, and I’m from Bakersfield so I know I … Continue reading

Tejon Industrial Complex is a sustainable development

A decade ago, many in real estate circles scoffed at the notion that a significant portion of  Southern California largest, most historic and environmentally sensitive tracts of open space could fall under the bulldozer for homes, resorts and distribution facilities. … Continue reading

Tejon Ranch Clothing Line Off to a Good Start

Product diversification is something the Tejon Ranch Co. truly believes in: Farming, ranching, hunting, land development, oil, gas and mineral extraction activities, filming and, most recently, men’s fashions. Download PDF

Famous Footwear Warehouse For Tejon Ranch

TEJON RANCH, CA.—Construction is moving forward on a 350,000-sf warehouse-distribution facility at the 1,450-acre Tejon Industrial Complex that will house Famous Footwear, a retail division of Brown Shoe Co. Located within a new 177- acre Foreign Trade Zone, the facility … Continue reading

Tejon Ranch Launches New Clothing Line

Thoughts of Tejon Ranch bring up images of everything from ranching to farming along with mining, oil and even the fi lming of movies and television shows – pretty much everything that could be expected from this fully-functional ranch located … Continue reading

Conservation Announcement Media Coverage

A coalition of environmental groups and a developer have agreed on a landmark plan to conserve 90% of the largest chunk of privately owned wilderness remaining in Southern California. The agreement ends years of debate over the fate of an … Continue reading

177 acres at Tejon Ranch gain foreign trade zone status

The U.S. Department of Commerce has designated 177 acres at Kern’s Tejon Industrial Complex as a foreign trade zone, ending a three-year application process to secure the federal status that grants certain customs benefits attractive to many companies, such as … Continue reading

Warehouses Nibble at Edge of Giant California Ranch (The New York Times)

LEBEC, Calif. — Anyone who has traveled between Los Angeles and San Francisco along Interstate 5 has driven along the western flank of Tejon Ranch, a vast expanse of luminous oak-studded hills that divides the southern and central portions of … Continue reading

Commercial Property News

You can’t open a real estate trade journal or attend a industry conference without being barraged with the word “green.”  The green train has even left the industrial station, and the question now is: Is it headed in the right … Continue reading

The Californios Tejon Fandango

A hundred years ago, it would take fence riders eight days to complete the swing around the lands of Tejon Ranch, a distance of 198 miles. On September 21 – 23, 2007, a total of 200 riders had the distinction … Continue reading

Tejon Industrial Complex: A Strategic Link in the Global Supply Chain

The advent of the global economy and the dramatic increase of imports to the United States have forever changed the site selection process of the modern industrial space user. Today, most products sold and consumed in our country no longer … Continue reading

Realty check

When Tejon Ranch Co. applied for permission to expand its ware-complex north of Los Angeles to 20 million square feet, a key consideration was air pollution. Download PDF

Top 10 Stocks for 2007 (MSN Money)

The end is nigh! The end of 2006, that is. Time for gurus from Wall Street to Mumbai to pick their 10 best stocks for 2007. Now it’s time for my anti-end-of-the-year piece. Call it “10 stock picks for investors … Continue reading

Tejon Ranch knows what”s best for the land

Every now and then my columns are rewarded with feedback so virulent I’m compelled to share some of the more colorful comments. My recent column on Tejon Ranch Co.’s right to develop its land in any environmentally sound way it … Continue reading

Tejon Ranch Gift Helps Memorial Hospital (Bakersfield Californian)

It’s the gift that keeps on giving — hopefully. Bakersfield Memorial Hospital announced Monday that it has received one of its first large gifts in its capital campaign to help build the hospital’s new tower. Tejon Ranch Co., the large … Continue reading

Tejon development: one dish, many chefs

A coalition of California’s leading environmentalists has come up with an ambitious plan to turn sprawling Tejon Ranch into a vast natural preserve and is ready to do whatever it takes to make it happen. This is merely a minor … Continue reading

Tejon Ranch Featured on PBS Program

Award winning producer/host Huell Howser takes a tour of beautiful Tejon Ranch in a special hour-long edition of his television series California’s Gold. The program focuses on the rich history of Tejon Ranch, its natural beauty and legacy of good … Continue reading

Tejon CEO Tours Military Ops in Middle East

I recently had the privilege of attending the U.S. Department of Defense’s annual Joint Civilian Orientation Conference. This conference has run continuously at least once and sometimes twice a year since 1948. The purpose of the conference is for interested … Continue reading

Distribution Inc. – The Journal of Commerce

Retailers with distribution needs that encompass the vast California market have traditionally had to choose whether to locate their import facilities near the Los Angeles-Long Beach port complex to serve Southern California or closer to Oakland to serve the San … Continue reading

New Tejon Ranch Preserve To Include PCT Relocation

Dropping north from Liebra Mountain in Southern California, the Pacific Crest Trail (PCT) strikes north across the heart of the Antelope Valley, the western arm of the infamous Mojave Desert. Download PDF

Preserve guards Tejon wonders

TEJON RANCH Tejon Ranch has ever been a point of convergence, a place where the desert climes of the Mojave bumpr up against the rolling fertility of the Sierras and the humid coast. Somehow the three achieve balance. With the … Continue reading

Tejon Plan ‘win-win’

A proposal to create a 100,000-acre nature preserve on the sprawling Tejon Ranch holds great promise for ranch owners and allCalifornians. The 270,000-acre ranch is considered a “national treasure” by those of us who live in its shadows and drive … Continue reading

Tejon Ranch plan sounds pretty good to us

In the case of northern Los A n g e l e s C o u n t y a n d southeastern Kern County, if we don’t build planned communities in coming years, w e w i l l … Continue reading

A Sustainable Community Outside L.A.

The new town of Centennial is still just an idea on an open landscape of barren hills and fields stripped of vegetation by 100 years of cattle grazing. Located a few mile away from traffic on Interstate 5 at the … Continue reading

The Rockfeller Group to Build Warehouse and Distribution Center

The company that developed New York’s famed Rockefeller Center is teaming with Tejon Ranch Co. to build a warehouse and distribution center on 500 acres just north of the Grapevine, a site the partners intend to designate a Foreign Trade … Continue reading

Tejon Ranch, Military Work Out Concerns

After a year of study, a top Defense Department official has concluded that development of three large projects on Tejon Ranch would not interfere with training flights over the Tehachapi Mountains or diminish the nation’s military readiness. Download PDF

Community No Problem For Military Flights

A proposed community on Tejon Ranch land new Gorman will not interfere with military flight routes as once thought, military officials have determined. Download PDF

Tejon Ranch and IKEA Purchase Fire Truck for Kern County

The Kern County Fire Department’s fire fighting fleet got a big boost yesterday with the unveiling of it newest weapon — a state of the art ladder truck with a boom that can reach 100 feet. Download PDF

Build It Quickly – Veterans Cemetary Donation – (Bakersfield Californian)

As we observe Verterans Dat today, we must ask federal bureaucrats to do a better job of cutting through red tape and build a national veterans cemetery near Bakersfield before 2008. That’s the date set by National Cemetery officials who … Continue reading

FMHS Robotics Club Competition Funded – (Mountain Star)

Dr. Kenneth Hurst with students Caitlin Kennedy, Asa Hurst and Ryan Dixon from the FMHS Robotics Club received three checks Friday night at the football game. Barry Zoeller of Tejon Ranch presented the first check for $5,000. A second check … Continue reading

Tejon Ranch Founders Have Many Local Ties – (Bakersfield Californian)

Tejon Ranch dates back to 1843, 23 years before Kern County was formed.  While many in the community understand the historic connection between Kern County and Tejon Ranch, few people are aware of Tejon’s ties to the city of Bakersfield. … Continue reading

Trade Zone Sought – (Bakersfield Californian)

Large landowner Tejon Ranch Corp. is preparing it’s warehouse complex to tap into the booming Pacific port trade.  ”We”re laying the groundwork for more international business,” said Barry Hibbard, vice president of commercial industrial real estate for Tejon Ranch. Download … Continue reading

Wide open spaces – Logistics Strategy – (Journal of Commerce)

When Sears Logistics sought a site for a 1 million-square-foot western regional distribution center, it ended up with what its logistics manager called a goose egg. Download PDF

Best Cities for Business – (California CEO)

There are more than 400 cities in the Golden State, but only 25 made our list of the Best Cities for Business. California is the most dynamic state in the nation, with nearly 35 million residents, and the state’s economy … Continue reading

Developer Creates an Opening – (Los Angeles Times)

Developers of the vast Tejon Ranch north of Los Angeles have agreed to sell more than one-third of their 270,000 acres to a land trust, in an effort to establish a wildlife corridor of public land stretching from the Sierra … Continue reading

Tejon promotes Daymude, Walker – (The Mountain Star)

The Tejon Ranch Company has announced the recent promotion of two of its employees to the position of Vice President.  Andrew Daymude has been named vice president of Planning and Entitlements in the Real Estate Division of the company, and … Continue reading

Where Deer and Developers Roam – (Real Estate Forum)

With its canyons, lakes and mountain views, Tejon Ranch, in California’s Kern and Los Angeles Counties, has served as the backdrop for such picturesque films as “Braveheart.” Download PDF

Shelter on the Hill annual fundraiser – (The Mountain Star)

Shelter on the Hill Humane Society held its annual fundraiser at Tait Ranch in Frqzier Park on Saturday.  The 501c3 non-profit is working to raise funds to build and operate a local animal shelter. Download PDF

Super-Regional Facility Targets Emerging Markets (Urban Land Magazine)

As companies in the global marketplace continue to raise the standard to having the right product in the right place at the right time, they increasingly are basing decisions regarding their warehouse networks on how their choices help them to … Continue reading