Capital Commerce Center, the former Campbell Soup Company’s manufacturing facility in Sacramento, is a 10-building, 1,625,129-square-foot campus on 129 acres of land.
Hackman Capital, in partnership with Rabin Worldwide, repositioned and repurposed the property, transforming it into a multi-use, multi-tenant facility and has since leased more than 64% of the building to major tenants.
Property highlights include incomparable water, sewer and power capacity, ideal for companies in the food and beverage industry, as well as other manufacturers. A strategic location with excellent highway access, secured property access and STAA truck route designation make it ideal for large-scale distribution. Current plans are underway to parcel and develop the site’s surplus land.
As an additional economic driver for the region, Hackman Capital worked with country officials and the Sacramento Regional Sanitation District (SRSD) to develop and approve a process for transferring the site’s excess sewer capacity to other users in the SRSD district. Sewer credits up to 12,159 ESDs are currently available to developers at reduced costs to incent real estate investment.