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The Caledonia Commercial Centre - Prime Business Site on Trans Canada Highway

At the main entrance to Caledonia Industrial Estates, alongside the Trans Canada Highway, is a 21.5 acre site which represents an exciting business development opportunity. Designed for a mixed use, multi purpose development, the site is in full view of the Trans Canada and the constant stream of daily traffic using that main highway.

Moncton, NB and its Caledonia Industrial Estates are at the geographic centre of the Maritimes. Sitting adjacent to the Trans Canada Highway on the north side of Moncton, Caledonia is a strategic location for fast, efficient service throughout the region. This 1,660 acre industrial park is home to many well known national and local firms. Just think of names like Sears, SLH Transport, Shoppers Drug Mart, Atlantic Wholesalers (Loblaws), Kraft Canada, Shur-Gain and Irving Personal Care. Currently under construction is the new Molson-Coors brewery.

The park's owner Moncton Industrial Development invested $15 million in infrastructure during the 1990's making this park an attractive and strategic location for today and for the future. Following the success of this investment which has attracted a variety of new business installations, the park expanded once again with an additional 130 acres being made available in late 2004.

With this growth comes increased opportunity. That opportunity is the Caledonia Commercial Centre. This strategically positioned block of land is situated at the main entrance to Caledonia, offering the potential for a major mixed-use development that could inclued a motel, offices, food and fuel services and more. This 21.5 acre site may be your next business opportunity.

Parties interested in the development potential of this site can contact MID General Manager Peter Belliveau for further details at mctdev@nbnet.nb.ca or call 506 857-0700.

Documents in a PDF format outlining this opportunity can be downloaded by clicking the respective listing below.

August, 2005

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