Overall Size: acres
Parcel Size: acres
Existing Uses: Modular Home Construction, Vehicle Maintenance, Welding Services, Storage Rental, Ready Mix Concrete Supply
Heritage Industrial Park is located just West of Morinville, Alberta along Highway 642, just minutes from Highway 2. Heritage Industrial is zoned I3, Medium Industrial Unserviced District. I3 zoning allows for permitted uses including (but not limited to): agricultural support, contractor services (major/minor), equipment and fleet sales/service, storage and warehousing. The area has recently seen major development in the agricultural and agribusiness industries. Lying just northwest of Heritage Industrial, the Westmor Grain Terminal recently completed a major expansion, while G3 Canada Limited has also announced plans to construct a high-efficiency primary grain terminal in the area.
Overall Size: 176 acres (expansion in progress)
Parcel Size: 1-10 acres (proposed)
Existing Uses: Manufacturing, Construction and Contracting Services, Metal Fabrication, Industrial Equipment Supply, Self Storage, Aircraft Rental
Located just West of Highway 2, ProNorth Industrial Park is situated on the South edge of Sturgeon County, only five minutes from St. Albert and 35 minutes from downtown Edmonton. ProNorth Industrial is zoned I3, Medium Industrial Unserviced District. I3 zoning allows for permitted uses including (but not limited to): agricultural support, contractor services (major/minor), equipment and fleet sales/service, storage and warehousing. ProNorth is currently sold out of developable lots; however, expansion plans are underway to accommodate future industrial development by re-zoning additional adjacent lands.
Overall Size: 1200 Acres
Parcel Size: 10-160 Acres
Existing Uses: Chemicals Manufacturing, Industrial Fabrication, Construction and Contracting Services, Energy Services and Supply, Transload Services, Agribusiness Processing
The Sturgeon Industrial Park (SIP) is ideally situated to allow tenants to capitalize on multi-billion-dollar developments in Alberta’s Industrial Heartland. SIP is ideally located along Highway 825 and is connected to the Edmonton Metro Region via Highway 15. The City of Fort Saskatchewan lies just across the river. SIP is rail-connected to the Canadian National (CN) Railway which allows for the shipment of goods across North America, or internationally via delivery to ports at Vancouver or Prince Rupert. SIP is zoned I4, Medium Industrial Serviced District. I4 zoning allows for many permitted uses including (but not limited to): contractor services (major/minor), equipment and fleet sales/service, storage and warehousing, gas processing, general industrial, rail spurs and transloading facilities. SIP tenants enjoy full-service amenities such as electricity, water/wastewater, high/low pressure gas, rail access and new upgrades to local, existing infrastructure including roads.
Overall Size: 1000 acres
Parcel Size: 1-5 acres
Ownership: Airport & Private
Existing Uses: Flight Training, Recreational Flying, Corporate Air Charter, Aircraft Maintenance
Villeneuve Airport is owned and operated by the Edmonton International Airport (EIA). Villeneuve Airport is the only general aviation airport in the Capital Region with a NAV CANADA Air Traffic Control Tower. Villeneuve Airport is zoned as an Airport Support District and is home to 23 businesses covering such activities as aircraft flight training, fixed-wing aircraft maintenance, helicopter maintenance and aviation operations. Villeneuve Airport is the primary flight-training facility in the Edmonton Metro Region and is uniquely positioned to facilitate the expansion of the aerospace, cargo and logistics industries into the County and northern Alberta. A significant amount of new, privately-funded development is currently taking place at Villeneuve Airport. There are 6 newly-leased lots under development and 14 newly sub-divided greenfield lots available for lease. Villeneuve Airport is located just West of St. Albert and is bordered by the CN Rail network to the North.