Interested in what’s happening at CentrePort? With close to $375 million in building permits issued over the last 5 years, totaling 2 million SF of construction, the landscape is constantly evolving. Here’s a look at some of the latest projects:
CentrePort Canada Rail Park
In March, the Government of Canada announced an investment of up to $18 million in project funding towards the CentrePort Canada Rail Park, developed by Focus Equities. Lots within the 193 acre Phase 1 of the Rail Park have been subdivided and rezoned to I3 (Heavy Industrial) and are now for sale; initial work on the site is underway. Learn more.
West Creek Industrial Park
Two buildings, totaling 300,000 square feet of industrial space, are currently under construction and available for lease in West Creek Industrial Park owned by Hopewell Developments. The buildings are being constructed simultaneously and occupancy is expected in Q4 2023. Learn more.
Steele Business Park
Construction of the second of three multi-tenant buildings in the 17-acre Steele Business Park is now complete and space is available for lease. Phase I, totaling 80,190 square feet is 85% leased. Learn more.
15 Davis Way
Space is available for lease in the recently completed 10,000 square foot office/flex space at 15 Davis Way in Brookside Business Park. South Interlake Planning District is the first tenant to move into this new building and is now operational. Learn more.
BrookPort Business Park
The first three phases of BrookPort Business Park are sold out and in active development. Brought to market by Whiteland Developers, this park now totals 260 acres. Construction is underway on multiple sites within all three phases. Learn more.
12 Vervain Drive
A new +/- 83,000 square foot multi-tenant building at 12 Vervain Drive in BrookPort Business Park is now ready for occupancy. Brought to market by Whiteland Developers, this modern, high bay industrial building features a large loading court, 32 ft ceilings and space options in a varying sizes. This energy efficient building provides for reduced energy costs and the endcap unit allows for maximum exposure and natural lighting. Learn more.