Calgary Industrial and Commercial Real Estate blog
Industrial lands with access to a diverse talent supply
According to The Economist, Calgary is the most livable city in North America, so of course we attract great people! And investing in a city whose people are its best attribute can make business location and expansion decisions a bit easier.Read more...
In our regular posts, we tackle topics for those interested in learning more about industrial and commercial real estate in Calgary.
Air shipments to YYC can land you savings
It may be surprising, but it’s cheaper to land goods in Calgary than Vancouver when shipping by air.
14 key advantages of inland ports to boost your supply chain
Importing businesses are shifting to the 'inland port' model to accommodate the increase of inbound goods at Canada's major ports. The advantages add up.
Calgary or Calgary Region? Which is better for your business?
This article takes a look at the Calgary Region, which includes Calgary and 13 surrounding municipalities, and how Calgary stacks up against smaller municipalities.
Engelhart Reed: A Great Place to Call Home
When Engelhart Reed decided to move their headquarters, they had a checklist for what they were looking for. The general contractors found exactly what they needed ...
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.
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.
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.