Land & Space Available Today
CentrePort Canada provides investors with significant greenfield development opportunities at very competitive prices. Winnipeg offers low business costs including some of the most affordable industrial land and space in Western Canada.
CentrePort Canada is also partially located in the Rural Municipality of Rosser. To make it easier to do business, the RM has developed a CentrePort Canada Zoning By-Law, which can be viewed here. For more information about CentrePort and Rosser’s planning initiatives, click here.
24” x 36” laminated maps of the CentrePort footprint are now available for $25 plus GST and shipping. Please contact Kate Hall at (204) 784-1300 or Kate.Hall@centreportcanada.ca for more information or to place your order. Maps are not for reproduction without the permission of CentrePort Canada Inc.
Serviced Land Coming Soon
CentrePort Canada recently joined forces with the Province of Manitoba, City of Winnipeg and RM of Rosser in announcing a $17-million water and wastewater servicing plan for more than 1,100 acres located within the inland port. Additionally, more than 530,000 square feet of industrial space is available now for sale or lease.
The water and wastewater servicing agreement covers prime industrial land known as “phase 1, stage 1,” which is located west of Brookside Boulevard and north and south of Inkster Boulevard. Land in the area (map below) is in high demand, with more than 150 acres sold to date and new manufacturing and warehousing operations already under construction. The area will have access to the new divided expressway, CentrePort Canada Way.
Brookside Boulevard is Booming
Development is booming at CentrePort Canada with new and expanded operations taking place at Brookside Business Park, Brookside Industrial Park West and the WAA Campus.
CentrePort has been working closely with real estate partners’ Shindico and DTZ in marketing Brookside area industrial land. The availability of serviced land in the Brookside parks will now enable the partners to negotiate with companies that require serviced land.
More than 150 businesses are already operating at CentrePort Canada, many of them in the transportation, logistics, warehousing and manufacturing sectors. To complement these companies, the corporation is focused on attracting business in the areas of manufacturing and assembly, distribution and warehousing, food processing and commodities, and transportation servicing.
Recently Announced Expansions
- Rosedale Transport Ltd.
- Trailer Wizards
- Fort Garry Fire Trucks
- JEH Windows and Doors
- Advance Exteriors
- Cassidy Manufacturing
- Oil Mart
- Agri-Food Central
- GE Canada
- Kaycan Ltd.
- Bristol Aerospace
- Canada Post
Picture: Winnipeg Free Press
Did You Know?
Winnipeg has the lowest business costs among major cities in Midwestern Canada and U.S, according to KPMG’s Competitive Alternatives 2012.
Winnipeg also has the lowest land costs, operating expenses, and labour rates in Canada for distribution centres, according to a comparison compiled by Yes! Winnipeg and CentrePort Canada Inc.