Office Spaces for Rent in the Tracy Area
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Tracy is a small city in San Joaquin County, California. It is located in a triangle, formed by the highways Interstate 5, 205, and 580 out of San Francisco. The area is part of the Central Valley, and offers a great deal of fertile land for agriculture. This small city is considered a bedroom community for the San Francisco Bay area.
The leading industries in Tracy, California are retail trade, manufacturing, professional, scientific, administrative, and waste management services. Many people in Tracy commute to the Bay area or LA to work. CR England, one of the nation’s largest refrigerated trucking companies, has a terminal in Tracy. There are many locations for shared offices to let in Tracy.
Entertainment And Dining Out
With numerous festivals, live theatre, music concerts and art exhibitions, Tracy has a lot to offer in terms of arts and entertainment. Art lovers should visit The Grand Theatre Center for the Arts, or the Tracy Historic Museum. Tracy is also convenient to Yosemite National Forest for hiking and camping and Tahoe for snow skiing in the winter or water sports in the summer. The city offers a lot of shopping opportunities (West Valley Mall and the Tracy Outlet Center), the opportunity to visit various wineries, and Hot Air Balloon Rides. Various dining choices include El Castillo Café Mexican Restaurant, Gerard’s Deli and Hof Brau, and the Thai Café.
Tracy has its own airport (Tracy Municipal Airport), but it is used for business and private purposes only. The nearest international airport is Oakland International Airport (46 miles away). Other airports in the area include San Jose International Airport (52 miles away) or San Francisco International Airport (65 miles away). Getting around Tracy is quite easy, as there are TRACER and SMART buses, Altamont Commuter Express trains, and taxis. The city is also easily accessible by car as Interstate 580 and 205 pass through Tracy, both of which connect to Interstate 5.