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​Calgary's cost advantage

Choosing a site for a new or expanding business is a critical decision. This is true for restaurants and shops, but also for businesses that rely on shipping and receiving goods. Transportation and storage costs have a direct impact on your bottom line.

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In our regular posts, we tackle topics for those interested in learning more about industrial and commercial real estate in Calgary.

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Calgary's cost advantage

Choosing a site for a new or expanding business is a critical decision. This is true for restaurants and shops, but also for businesses that rely on shipping and receiving goods. Transportation and storage costs have a direct impact on your bottom line.

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Municipal industrial land development benefits all Calgarians

​In the past 10 years, The City’s Industrial Land Program has serviced and sold over 700 acres, which has supported the development of over 6 million square feet of space with a 2018 assessed value of over $1 billion.

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The Goods Movement Strategy: Making Calgary stronger for businesses

Calgary is well positioned as an inland port and is a goods-distribution hub for local, provincial, national, and international markets. The City created a Goods Movement Strategy in 2018 to strengthen that position and guide transportation investment decisions over the next 30 years.

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A healthy supply of industrial land in Calgary

Nowhere is Calgary’s economic rebound more evident than in industrial development, and City planners think there’s a healthy supply of land to handle that activity.​

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What drives Calgary’s industrial land assessments?

For businesses planning a move to Calgary, selecting the right location is easier if you know the lay of the land. Or if you have insider information. Knowing the industrial land assessments of the different areas is key. Combine that knowledge with helpful advice from The City’s Real Estate & Development Services (RE&DS) and you’re ready to make an informed decision.

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The SIOR Fall World Conference

​We’ve increased our efforts to promote Calgary’s industrial market, build long-term relationships, stay up to date on trends and strategies, and bring more interest and potential clients to you.​

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Sofina Foods & Agribusiness

​Sofina Foods - which acquired Lilydale in 2010 - will be moving out of Ramsay into a new state-of-the-art, 304,000-square-foot facility on 30 acres in Dufferin North industrial park.

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2018 Year in Review

​​ After a promising uptick in sales of City industrial and surplus lands in 2017, would that momentum continue in 2018 and what’s in store for 2019?

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Progress update: Point Trotter

Here’s where we’re at with the Great Plains-Starfield industrial park, and the next phases of Point Trotter and Dufferin North​​.

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