San Bernardino shopping center with vehicle recharging station sells for $2 million

A 7-Eleven-anchored shopping center in San Bernardino that features a recharging station that can simultaneously power multiple electric vehicles has sold to an undisclosed buyer, according to brokerage Colliers International.

The sale signifies the first time a shopping center with an electric charging station designed to recharge multiple vehicles in a gas station-like manner has sold in the United States, according to Colliers International.

The shopping center sold for for a little more than $2 million. Los Angeles-based developer ICO Real Estate Group developed the shopping center, which is near the crossing of 40th Street and Sierra Avenue in northern San Bernardino.

Colliers International senior vice president Mehran Foroughi ICO Real Estate Group.

Chino industrial building sold in $3.9 million deal

Real estate firm Colliers International announced the sale of a 78,021 industrial building to Shield Packaging,  an aerosol can manufacturer with operations in Chino and Dudley, Mass.

The building is at 5740 Schaefer Ave. in Chino and sold in a deal worth $3.9 million, Colliers reported.

Brad Yates and Richard Scwartz of Colliers International represented Shield Packaging in the deal. Larry Null and Douglas Earnhart of Lee & Associates represented the seller, MRC Properties LLC.