McClellan Park during the coronavirus is like "A Tale of Two Cities." The west side of the sprawling 3,000-acre park is busy with activity in the large warehouses, which are doing food and construction distribution. Over on the east side, where offices are located, it’s quiet, with workers either telecommuting or furloughed.
"McClellan is predominantly industrial, and industrial businesses are generally essential, particularly distribution," says Frank Myers, chief operating officer of McClellan Park. “The warehouse operations of our tenants, food distribution and construction products, are still quite busy.”
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