TOP BUSINESS FACILITIES RANKINGS: CALIFORNIA
|#1 Food Processing||2023 State Rankings|
|#1 EV Charging Infrastructure||2023 State Rankings|
|#1 Agribusiness||2023 State Rankings|
|#1 Medtech/Medical Devices||2023 State Rankings|
|#2 Aerospace/Defense||2023 State Rankings|
|#2 Life Sciences||2023 State Rankings|
|Top 5 Tech Talent Pipeline||2023 State Rankings|
|Top 5 Semiconductors||2023 State Rankings|
|#2 Food Processing: Los Angeles-Long Beach-Anaheim||2023 Metro Rankings|
|Top 5 Financial Center: San Francisco||2023 Global Rankings|
In Antioch, opportunity is everywhere. It’s our location, location, location in the center of everything. It’s affordable building sites and greenfield parcels and our very own BART station. It’s our growing city, our freeway access and our diverse population. It’s being a Bay Area city that’s friendly to development and developers—because we can’t wait to see what develops next.
From agriculture to steel, from healthcare to transportation, Fontana is an economic powerhouse. Due to its geographic location, Fontana has become a vital hub for the supply chain linking suppliers to businesses to consumers throughout the world. Fontana sits at the crossroads of three major highways (I-10, I-15, and SR-210), as well as located 50 miles from Los Angeles, 70 miles from the Port of Long Beach, and 10 miles from Ontario International Airport.
The City of Industry has a daytime workforce population of more than 60,000 people working in over 3,000 companies located in the city. Designed to attract businesses that benefit from a skilled and dedicated workforce from the surrounding communities, the City is committed to continuously improving the necessary tools to attract manufacturers and employees that want to grow and take pride in American-made products.
Economic development leaders share insights on what makes the military and defense industries a boon for communities nationwide.
Recipients of the state's CalCompetes funding include companies developing and manufacturing electric aircraft, semiconductors, AI, and more.
The new Silicon Valley facility will produce at scale next-generation battery systems for a range of end markets that operate in demanding environments.
Located across the U.S., seven Regional Clean Hydrogen Hubs (H2Hubs) will create jobs, strengthen nation’s energy security, and combat climate crisis.
Locations that foster logistics success benefit companies seeking to reach customers in record time with quality service.
Site selection for advanced manufacturing is a complex process in which companies weigh cost-savings versus replacing experienced staff.
A national competition, the 2023 STEM Talent Challenge funds science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) training, fuels regional innovation economies across the U.S.
Greater Boston, the San Francisco Bay Area, and San Diego once again reign supreme as the top three U.S. markets for life sciences, according to a new JLL report.