This GATEWAY WAREHOUSE PROJECT page was created to provide as many facts and details about the Gateway Warehouse Project proposed for construction on Cherry Valley Boulevard, in Cherry Valley, California. This page not only contains facts about the project but is biased against the construction of the Gateway Project. We as Beaumont, California residents, community activists, and real estate professionals intent on protecting our area’s property values, oppose the Gateway project’s lack of consideration of the long-term effects on our rural Cherry Valley community and surrounding Beaumont, Calimesa, and other Pass areas.
The Gateway Warehouse Project is proposed to be 2.5 million square feet, with a minimum of 248 diesel truck bays. Truck traffic would be siphoned from the 10 Freeway from the Cherry Valley Blvd. exit, in Cherry Valley.
Map Location of the Gateway Warehouse Project:
No Way Gateway – Community action group opposing the Gateway project.
Board of Supervisors – Riverside County’s Board of Supervisors website page. Cherry Valley is part of the Fifth District, and our current Supervisor is Marion Ashley. Marion Ashley has demonstrated his lack of opposition of the Gateway Center Project. Mark Orozco is currently running against Marion Ashley for the Board of Supervisors, Fifth District seat and opposes the Gateway Project. He is also a resident of Beaumont, California.
What is the truth about the Gateway Warehouse Project? – Banning/Beaumont Patch article written by Mayor Lloyd White about the issue.
The Shopoff Group – The Real Estate Investment Trust, or REIT, that is attempting to rezone their property from W-2 Controlled Development Residential to Light Industrial to construct the Gateway Warehouse Project.
Google Results for Shopoff Group – Find out more about the out-of-town company that wants to construct this Mega Warehouse in your backyard!