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Residential Development and Industrial Investment Opportunity Welland

Posted by Greg Chew on Aug 2, 2016 3:34:54 PM

A number of prominent residential and industrial properties are now for sale along the canal in Welland.

The plot of industrial land for sale at 555-635 Canal Bank Street includes a 323,800 sq. ft. industrial building and 100 acres of developable land. The industrial development property at 475 Canal Bank Street includes 76 acres of development land bound by Highway 58 and the Welland Canal. Finally the 180 acre residential development parcel bound by Forks Road and the Welland Canal includes an approved conceptual draft plan. 

The development potential for all properties are plentiful as they are strategically located in one of Niagara's largest growth spots. 

Residential Development Land Opportunity - Forks Road, Welland 

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Location: Forks Road and Seaway Service Road - +/-180 acres
Zoning: H-RM3-X21

Welland is one of Niagara's new residential growth hot spots, for a number of years developers have flocked to the available residential lands to build custom homes for Niagarans. This 180 acre plot includes a draft plann approved residential community that sits at the bank of the Welland Canal. The community would benefit from a central Niagara location and access to the Flatwater Centre. Click here to view the full listing.


Industrial Investment Opportunity - 555-635 Canal Bank Street, Welland

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Location: 555-635 Canal Bank Street - +/- 109.4 acres with industrial buildings
Zoning: I2 Yard Storage and Heavy Manufacturing Zone

This historical industrial property includes a 323,800 sq. ft. industrial building and 100 additional acres available for development. Much of the industrial building was built in 2001 and includes 30 ft. ceiling heights. Building highlights include; multiple level shipping doors and a covered dock loading area, ample outdoor storage and parking. The property benefits from a multi-modal transportation environment with access to rail, highway and shipping transport. Click here to view the listing


Industrial Development Opportunity - 475 Canal Bank Street, Welland

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Location: 375 Canal Bank Street - +/- 76 acres of developable land
Zoning: I2 Yard Storage and Heavy Manufacturing Zone

This plot of appealing developable land sits along Welland's recreational canal with access to Highway 58 and potential access to rail. Zoned I2 there are many potential development uses for this 76 acre plot. Located in one of Welland's oldest industrial centres, this plot benefits from a central location and multi-modal transportation oportunities.  Click here to view the listing


Welland Market Insights 

Welland is a city open for business. Look to the recent industrial investments and developments in Welland and you'll see a city making notable economic development progress. Northern Gold Foods, Trivium Industries, Atlantic Biodiesel, Bertie and Clinton Mutual Insurance and General Electric have all recently invested in Welland. A combination of factors including appealing developable land, transportation access and competitive financial incentives have driven these businesses to the city. 


For more information about each parcel and developing in Welland, connect with Greg Chew directly here. 

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Topics: Industrial development, Residential land development, Welland

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