Steel/Scape Brownfield

Bay Area Logistics Center – Richmond, CA.

Techniplex Business Park

Techniplex Business Park – Energy Corridor – Houston, TX

McClellan Park

McClellan Park – McClellan, CA

Gateway Crossing

Gateway Crossing – Tracy, CA.

Placer Vineyards

Placer Vineyards – Land acquisition – Placer County, CA

Kelley Fairmont Industrial Park

Kelley Fairmont Industrial Park – Houston, TX

Stanford Ranch Tech Center

Stanford Ranch Tech Center

Foothills Commerce Center

Foothills Commerce Center – Roseville, CA

Parkside Industrial Center

Parkside Industrial Center – Roseville, CA

1091 Tinker

1091 Tinker

Atherton Tech Center

Atherton Tech Center – Rocklin, CA

TASQ Technology

TASQ Technology

McClellan Business Park, McClellan, CA

McClellan Park, covering approximately 3,000 acres, is the largest business park in Northern California. The project includes approximately 10MM square feet of existing space. In addition the project has entitlements for up to 6MM sf of additional development. McClellan Park represents an extremely complex project with many stakeholders, including the development team, the County of Sacramento, the Air Force, the FAA, the EPA and other environmental agencies, utility companies, Federal and State historic agencies, community groups, and many others. The challenge of McClellan Park has been defining the entitlements for a military base that was never subject to local jurisdictions. The development team has proven to be skilled at navigating these complexities to arrive at reasonable and sound economic solutions. Entitlements were completed and documented in a comprehensive development agreement with Sacramento County.

As a Super Fund site, significant environmental hurdles were overcome to maximize the development's value. The management team has collaborated and negotiated with the EPA, the California Department of Toxic Substances Control, the Regional Water Quality Control Board, the Air Force, and Sacramento County to create the first privatized clean-up of a Superfund site in the nation. This has required the creation of innovative environmental transactional structures not previously allowed by these various agencies.

The dated nature of the project has required a significant amount of effort and funds to upgrade the infrastructure to local municipal codes. To date, over 20 miles of sewer line has been installed throughout the business park. This has been financed with a combination of bank debt, EB5 loans and Mella Roos financing.

The high profile nature of this development has also required a significant amount of political navigation at the Federal, State and County levels of government in order to advance various aspects of this project. The management team has solidified ongoing constructive, working relationships with Senator Dianne Feinstein, Congress Woman Doris Matsui, Senate pro Tem Darrel Steinberg and all of the Sacramento County Supervisors to name a few.

Stanford Ranch, Rocklin, CA

The Stanford Ranch Master Planned Community is regarded as one of the most successful master planned developments in the country. Larry Kelley took leadership of the development in 1989 when he was brought in by Eli Broad to oversee the development. The Stanford Ranch Master Plan includes approximately 4,000 acres of land in Rocklin, Placer County and Roseville. The management team designed, financed and constructed all of the infrastructure necessary to make the development a long-term sustainable asset for the community. The management team recently guided the project through its final phase of development in rezoning some commercial zoned land to single-family and multi-family residential uses. The quality planning and long-term perspective of the project has paid off in generating significant employment, quality housing and economic growth to South Placer County.

Heinz Processing Plant, Stockton CA

Purchase and adaptive reuse of a former Heinz tomato processing plant in Stockton, CA. The site is 40 acres and contained about 300,000 of gross building square footage at the time of purchase. The renovated property now contains 230,000 sf of building and has been repositioned as rail served bulk warehouse. Weyerhaueser has leased a majority of the facility on a long term lease.

Kelley Fairmont Industrial Park, Houston, TX

Kelley Fairmont, Inc. a 20 acre industrial development located in the Port of Houston. There is currently 67K square feet of industrial space built. The buildings are dock high and flex in nature to accommodate wide range of users. Worley Parsons (a global engineering company) is currently leasing 24K square feet.

Gray's Crossing, Truckee, CA

In September 2012, LDK acquired a note secured by 81 finished lots in the Grays Crossing Community in Truckee, CA. LDK subsequently foreclosed on the collateral and commenced marketing of the lots in February 2014. LDK currently has 18 lots remaining in its inventory for this project.
Placer Vineyards, Placer County, CA

In May 2013, LDK acquired a 114 acre parcel in the Placer Vineyard Specific Plan in Placer County, CA. LDK began its underwriting and closed the short sale in a matter of 30 days. The team is currently re-entitling the project to maximize land value.

Techniplex Business Park, Houston, TX

Purchased a 78,000 SF Class B flex business park in the Houston Energy Corridor. LDK has successfully stabilized the asset to 95% occupancy since its ownership began in Feb 2013..

Bay Area Logistics Center, Richmond, CA

Acquisition of 42 acre brownfield site in Richmond, CA. LDK will outsource the demolition and remediation of the site to an engineering company. LDK anticipates closure on soil related issues sometime in 2015. LDK will construct a 600,000 to 700,000 square foot cross-docked distribution facility, Bay Area Logistics Center, on the site after the closure is received from the regulatory agencies.

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Bay Area Logistics Center, Richmond, CA

Acquisition of 42 acre brownfield site in Richmond, CA. LDK will outsource the demolition and remediation of the site to an engineering company. LDK anticipates closure on soil related issues sometime in 2015. LDK will construct a 600,000 to 700,000 square foot cross-docked distribution facility, Bay Area Logistics Center, on the site after the closure is received from the regulatory agencies.

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Laurel Oaks, Natomas, CA

Acquired 520 unit class B complex from institution who was the original owner since 1985.

Stanford Ranch Office Plaza

A 165,000 square foot office project in Rocklin consisting of 14 professional office buildings.

Stanford Ranch Tech Center

85 acre Office/Tech Park. Two 55,000 square foot “twin” office/tech buildings

Foothills Commerce Center, Roseville, CA

Five buildings totaling 200,000 square feet of industrial/tech space covering 75 acres.

Parkside Industrial Center, Roseville, CA

This park includes a 135,000 sf project with ten industrial buildings and yard. In addition, 5-acres were sold to the Roseville School District for a bus maintenance and storage facility. The Hertz equipment rental is also located at this park along Highway 65.

1091 Tinker

A 115,000 square foot industrial concrete tilt-up facility situated on Placer Industrial Park.

Atherton Tech Center

One of the most successful business parks in the area, Atherton Tech has become a home for several significant firms, including the GAP, TASQ, William Sonoma, and Verifone. This 233-acre business park was developed to accommodate over 1,000,000 square feet of office and industrial space. The highly successful business park was sold out in 2002.

TASQ Technology

64,500 square feet build-to-suit

Financial Pacific Insurance

25,000-square-foot build-to-suit completed in 1997


LDK Ventures, LLC has partnered with Integral Development in the development of Eviva, an urban mixed-use project located in Midtown Sacramento, CA. Eviva is an 118 unit mixed-use project that will contain 5,000 square feet of ground floor retail. The project is currently under construction and will be complete in the summer of 2015.

Gateway Crossing, Tracy, CA

Gateway Crossing is multifamily residential community contains approximately 441 apartment units situated on 20 acres in the I-205 commercial development in Tracy, CA. This location is ideal for multifamily housing due with its close proximity to commercial and retail amenities and easy freeway access. The project will contain 3 story walkup buildings with a mix of one, two and three-bedroom units.

The architectural inspiration for the project is a farmhouse modern theme that draws from Tracy’s rich agrarian heritage with a modern architectural interpretation. The community will have two high end clubhouses that will each contain: leasing offices, pool, outdoor and indoor kitchens, fitness centers and conference rooms.

Construction is anticipated to start on the project by summer of 2015.

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The Railyards is a unique urban infill project providing the opportunity to redefine downtown Sacramento and serve as an example of urban development. The project will integrate all the elements that are attractive to a modern urban lifestyle, including proximity to transit, work, recreation and entertainment.

Located on the north side of Downtown and south of the River District and once serving as the western terminus of the 1860s Transcontinental Railroad, the 244-acre historic Union Pacific site is the largest urban infill project in the country and has been the focus of significant public and private investment to transform the site into a dynamic, mixed- use urban environment that includes a state-of-the-art mass transit hub that will serve residents, workers and visitors. The Railyards will include entertainment, retail, housing, office, parks, hotels, health care facilities and museums. The existing guiding plan for the area envisions a site comprised of dense urban development, ultimately doubling the size of downtown Sacramento’s central business district and serving as the focal point for the Sacramento region.

The site represents an ideal and unique opportunity for major employers and tenants to establish an iconic presence in downtown Sacramento and regional transportation connectivity that will be a model for future urban development. Any future tenants will benefit from exposure to over 1.1 million annual visitors to the Amtrak Sacramento Valley Station (which is projected to increase to over 15 million by 2030 with 80 high speed trains per day) and Interstate 5 which generates 194,000 vehicle trips per day.

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