Industry City is located in the northern of LA County, California. This city was established on 18 June, 1957. It occupies an area of 12.1 square miles.

Industry City is home to 2500 businesses and 80,000 jobs. The city was originally known as Bush Terminal. It was named after its founder Irving T. Bush and is not in any way related to the Bush family.

Industry City has become famous for its historic warehousing, intermodal shipping and manufacturing complexes, served by both water and rail transportation.

Industry City became an inspiration to artists for building a 30,000 sq ft artistic studio. The studio hosts a number of creative events such as art installations and film screenings. Brooklyn’s fashion week presents the work of international and local designers in the city. Tenants present in industry are Tumbador chocolate, Fiber media, Paul Chan and Andrew Hermida.

Industry City offers some of the world’s best job opportunities. If you want to move your business, seek new job opportunities or send your kids to the best educational institutes in the country, we are here for help. We can help you move easily anywhere in or around Industry City.

Places to See in Industry
Industry City is not only home to some of the world’s largest businesses but also famous for its outstanding hotels, restaurants, resorts and educational institutes.

Schools in Industry
Some of the most popular schools of California are present in Industry such as William Workman high school, Torch middle school and Option State Preschool Romana.

Hotels, Restaurants and Historical places in Industry
Pacific Palm Resort

The resort is located within 2 miles of the city. The rooms provide walk-out balconies, coffee makers, internet access and golf-course views.

The Donner Memorial State park
This historical places houses a museum, family cabin and pioneer monument. Visitors enjoy hiking and many other activities here.

Red Restaurant and Bar
The Red Restaurant and Bar is famous all over Industry City. It offers fresh and delicious food at affordable rates.

Other worthy restaurants located in the city are Manuel’s Original El Tepeyac Café, krispy kreme doughnut, BJ’s Restaurant Brewhouse, Joe’s crab shack, Benihana, Baskin-Robbins and Frisco’s Car hop Restaurant.

Don’t miss out on visiting these exciting places. Call us to easily move to your new residence in Industry City. We have the resources, capital and equipment to easily move you in or around anywhere in the city. We offer local moving and long distance moving services, including residential and commercial moving.