Phase One of Crossroads Business Park Is Complete

For more information contact:
Erin Poulson Morris

June 15 marked the grand opening and ribbon cutting ceremony for Phase one of Crossroads Business Park, Bakersfield’s very first LEED-NC certified campus project developed by Wonderful Real Estate Development, a subsidiary of The Wonderful Company. A host of representatives including Mayor Karen Goh, Jay Tamsi with the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, and Nicholas Ortiz with the Greater Bakersfield Chamber of Commerce, were present to commemorate the accomplishment and present John Guinn, Executive Vice President, with congressional recognition.

Developers of the business park are pleased to welcome new tenants Sola Salon Studios, Darlene Denison with State Farm and Cubbies Pizza.

The first phase of the development offers 40,000 square feet of environmentally sustainable general and medical offices. The 80 acre master-planned campus includes amenities such as retail, commercial services, and a future greenbelt that will provide scenic walks paths and sitting areas.

This LEED-NC campus project provides tenants with a greater return on investment by significantly reducing water and energy consumption as well as improving indoor environmental quality with the use of low emission materials. Drought tolerant landscaping and high-efficiency irrigation fixtures were also implemented to benefit the local community.

Located at 5701 Young St. 93313, Crossroads Business Park offers the opportunity to lease or purchase condominiums starting at 2,000 square feet, or standalone buildings. For more details regarding lease and / or purchase opportunities contact Jason Gremillion at, or Erin Poulson Morris at Visit the website at to view site plans and available space.

Four Questions To Ask Yourself When Looking To Buy A Medical Office/Condominium

Leasing or purchasing office space is a big decision for small medical or dental practices. There is much to be considered such as the future growth of the practice, the location in regards to patients and the cost and benefits of the condominium itself. Asking yourself these four questions will tell you which attributes matter most to your individual practice, and whether you should lease or purchase.

  • Will the practice expand?
  • Have all costs been considered?
  • What are the tax implications?
  • Is there an equity-building strategy?

Excerpted from article written by Sonny O’Drobinak in June 2017.