The Summit at Tri City

436 E. Vanderbilt Way San Bernardino, CA 92408

Property Type:
Single Tenant Office
Last Verified:
Jun 28, 2020


  • 5,063 square foot
  • High Image Office Condo
  • High Ceilings
  • Closed Circuit TV Systems
  • Card Access Systems
  • Private Offices Built out
  • Near Shopping, Restaurants and hotels
  • All office furniture can convey with the sale of the property with a full price offer


The Summit at TriCity features new high image construction style, landscaped campus environment, above standard air conditioning and electrical systems. Attention to detail with the build outs includes Nine private offices with window views and a bull pen area with eight additional work stations. All offices and workstations have network drops that terminate in an air conditioned server room. Large conference room with an automated projection screen. Custom skylights that allow natural light in. Lighting controlled by motion sensors throughout the property to reduce energy consumption.

4/1,000 parking, located near Hospitality Lane which is in close proximity to restaurants, hotels, and shopping with access to I-10 and 215 Fwy.

Inland Empire East - North of the I-10 Freeway East of Waterman Avenue

Year Built: 2006
Building Size: 5063.0sq ft
Building Class: B
Lot Size: 0.12 acres

Map of 436 E. Vanderbilt Way, San Bernardino, CA, 92408

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