Business Parks

Halton Region provides land and opportunity for business growth.

The region has 16 existing business parks - designated employment areas - and seven more locations planned for the future, with water and wastewater servicing to be completed by 2021. Nearly all of Halton's business parks are close to Ontario's major highways, while also offering employees nearby amenities and providing excellent access to talented people and the Greater Toronto Area market.

Another important advantage for Halton businesses is the average annualized cost for office development, lower than in Toronto and in other GTA communities. From industrial manufacturing and large warehousing and distribution centres, to major office developments supporting the knowledge- based economy, businesses can find the available land and opportunities to grow and prosper in Halton.

Use the drop down to obtain detailed information about developed and planned business parks in Halton Region or download a copy of our Business Parks interactive PDF (PDF file).

Downtown Burlington Urban Growth Centre

Profile:
The Burlington Urban Growth Centre is located on the shore of Lake Ontario, along Brant Street and Lakeshore Road and is comprised of a mix of commercial office, retail and institutional uses. The Province of Ontario has identified Burlington's Downtown Centre as an "Urban Growth Centre", which defines the area as a transit-connected regional focal point to accommodate a significant proportion of the region's future growth and intensification.

Size
  • Total: 308 net acres
  • Developed Area: 308 net acres
  • Vacant: 0 net acres
  • Serviced Yes
    No. of Businesses 440 (2013 Employment Survey Data)
    No. of Jobs 3,479 (2013 Employment Survey Data)
    Employment by Sector
  • Health care and social assistance: 40%
  • Public Administration: 18%
  • Accommodation and Food Services: 10%
  • Retail trade: 10%
  • Other: 23%
  • Major Employers
  • Burlington City Hall
  • Community Care Access Centre
  • Burlington Lions Club
  • The Poacher
  • Simpson Wigle Barristers and Solicitors
  • Land Uses
  • Commercial Office
  • Retail
  • Institutional
  • Vacant Land
  • Total Size (net ha): 125
  • Developed (net ha): 125
  • 0 net acres (0%)
  • Access to Transportation
  • 2 km distance to 400 Series Hwy
  • Good Vehicular Traffic/Circulation/Access
  • Access to bus transit
  • Well established downtown core with onside services and amenities (i.e. waterfront park)
  • Burlington QEW East

    Profile:
    The Burlington QEW East Business Park extends from the Burlington-Oakville boundary, along the north and south sides of the QEW Highway. The Burlington QEW East Business Park offers direct access and exposure to major highways and GO train/bus transit service, on-site amenities and proximity to complimentary services. Largely developed and serviced, the Burlington QEW East Business Park includes a diverse range of land uses, employment and building types, and home to some of Halton’s largest employers.

    Size
  • Total: 1,967 net acres
  • Developed Area: 1,829 net acres
  • Vacant: 0138 net acres
  • Serviced Yes
    No. of Businesses 1,716 (2013 Employment Survey Data)
    No. of Jobs 31,890 (2013 Employment Survey Data)
    Employment by Sector
  • Manufacturing: 28%
  • Professional, scientific and technical services: 18%
  • Wholesale trade: 11%
  • Transportation and warehousing: 6%
  • Finance and insurance: 5%
  • Information and cultural industries: 4%
  • Other: 28%
  • Major Employers
  • Fearmans Pork Inc.
  • Evertz Microsystems
  • Circles
  • Voortman Cookies
  • Innomar Strategies Inc.
  • Land Uses
  • Prestige Industrial
  • General Industrial
  • Major Office
  • Vacant Land
  • Total Size (net ha): 796
  • Developed (net ha): 740
  • Vacant (net ha): 56 (Total, Serviced)
  • 139 net acres (7%)
  • Access to Transportation
  • Direct 400 Series Hwy Access (5 interchanges on QEW)
  • Direct Exposure/Visibility to 400 Series Hwy
  • <1 km distance to 400 Series Hwy
  • Excellent Vehicular Traffic/Circulation/Access
  • Access to Bus Transit/GO Train
  • Direct Rail Access
  • Burlington QEW West

    Profile:
    The Burlington QEW West Employment Area is situated along Highway 403, west of the QEW Highway and Highway 407 and east of Waterdown Road. The area north of Highway 403 along the 403 corridor is prestige, with a large presence of finance and insurance-related businesses. The lands south of Highway 403 comprise a mature area with a more general industrial character, including construction, small scale manufacturing and transportation/warehousing.

    Size
  • Total: 889 net acres
  • Developed Area: 691 net acres
  • Vacant: 197 net acres
  • Serviced Yes
    No. of Businesses 69 (2013 Employment Survey Data)
    No. of Jobs 2,717 (2013 Employment Survey Data)
    Employment by Sector
  • Finance and insurance: 32%
  • Manufacturing: 23%
  • Professional, scientific and technical services: 8%
  • Construction: 18%
  • Transportation and warehousing: 7%
  • Other: 23%
  • Major Employers
  • L-3 Communications Wescam
  • The CUMIS Group Ltd.
  • Manulife Securities Inc.
  • The Ippolito Group
  • Deloitte & Touche LLP
  • Land Uses
  • Prestige Industrial
  • General Industrial
  • Major Office
  • Vacant Land
  • Total Size (net ha): 360
  • Developed (net ha): 280
  • Vacant (net ha): 80 (Total)
  • 197 net acres (22%)
  • Access to Transportation
  • Direct 400 Series Hwy Access (1 interchanges on QEW, 1 interchange on 403)
  • Direct Exposure/Visibility to 400 Series Hwy
  • <1 km distance to 400 Series Hwy
  • Very good Vehicular Traffic/Circulation/Access
  • Access to Bus Transit/GO Train
  • Direct Rail Access
  • Competitive land prices
  • Excellent access and exposure to 400 series highways
  • Acton Employment Area

    Profile:
    The Acton Employment Area is located in the urban settlement of Acton, on the north side of Highway 7. This area is a concentration of small to mid-sized manufacturing, warehousing, transportation and construction sectors.

    Size
  • Total: 197 net acres
  • Developed Area: 135 net acres
  • Vacant: 61 net acres
  • Serviced Partial
    No. of Businesses 46 (2013 Employment Survey Data)
    No. of Jobs 2,717 (2013 Employment Survey Data)
    Employment by Sector
  • Wholesale Trade: 58%
  • Manufacturing: 25%
  • Construction: 14%
  • Other: 4%
  • Major Employers
  • AZZ Galvcast
  • KP Building Products
  • Purity Life
  • Geo-Foundations Contractors Inc.
  • Preferred Nutrition Inc.
  • Land Uses
  • General and Heavy Industrial
  • Vacant Land
  • Total Size (net ha): 80
  • Developed (net ha): 55
  • Vacant (net ha): 25 (Total, Unserviced)
  • 61 net acres (31%)
  • Access to Transportation
  • 16 km distance to 400 Series Hwy
  • Very good Vehicular Traffic/Circulation/Access
  • Very good traffic access
  • Georgetown Employment Area

    Profile:
    The Georgetown Employment Area is located in the Georgetown Urban Area, on the north side of Highway 7. The area is well-established, has a general industrial character and is nearing build out. There may be opportunities for infill or redevelopment.

    Size
  • Total: 279 net acres
  • Developed Area: 271 net acres
  • Vacant: 7 net acres
  • Serviced Yes
    No. of Businesses 310 (2013 Employment Survey Data)
    No. of Jobs 4,910 (2013 Employment Survey Data)
    Employment by Sector
  • Manufacturing: 71%
  • Construction: 6%
  • Professional, scientific and technical services: 5%
  • Transportation and warehousing: 4%
  • Major Employers
  • Mold Masters Ltd.
  • BFG Canada Ltd.
  • Saputo/Neilson Dairy
  • Cooper Standard Automotive
  • Alcoa Power and Propulsion
  • Land Uses
  • General and Heavy Industrial
  • Vacant Land
  • Total Size (net ha): 113
  • Developed (net ha): 110
  • Vacant (net ha): 3 (Total, Serviced)
  • 7 net acres (3%)
  • Access to Transportation
  • Very good Vehicular Traffic/Circulation/Access
  • 10km (6.2 miles) to 400 Series Hwy
  • Direct Rail Access
  • Halton Hills Premier Gateway

    Profile:
    The Halton Hills Premier Gateway Industrial Area is situated on the southern edge of Halton Hills along the north side of Highway 401, between James Snow Parkway (and the Town of Milton) in the west, and the City of Mississauga to the east. The Park is an emerging employment area, with many investment and development opportunities available, including large buildings and vacant parcels of varying sizes.

    Size
  • Total: 916 net acres
  • Developed Area: 360 net acres
  • Vacant: 555 net acres
  • Serviced Yes
    No. of Businesses 126 (2013 Employment Survey Data)
    No. of Jobs 1,533 (2013 Employment Survey Data)
    Employment by Sector
  • Manufacturing: 45%
  • Transportation and warehousing: 20%
  • Other services (expect public administration): 11%
  • Public administration: 7%
  • Wholesale trade: 6%
  • Other: 11%
  • Major Employers
  • Wolseley Canada Distribution Centre
  • Hayward Gordon Ltd.
  • Nike Factory Store
  • Fernbrook Springs
  • Land Uses
  • Industrial
  • Office
  • Warehousing
  • Accommodations
  • Food
  • Vacant Land
  • Total Size (net ha): 371
  • Developed (net ha): 146
  • Vacant (net ha): 225 Total, 117 Serviced, 108 Unserviced
  • 555 net acres (61%)
  • Estimate of Servicing Timing: 1 - 5 years
  • Access to Transportation
  • Located at the strategic intersection of Highways 401 and 407, including 3 major interchanges to Highway 401
  • Mansewood Industrial Area

    Profile:
    Mansewood Industrial Area is a rural industrial subdivision located on Regional Road 25 immediately north of Milton and adjacent to the Milton 401 Industrial Business Park.

    Mansewood is a privately serviced industrial area and is the smallest Employment Area in Halton Region. The Employment Area’s major uses include transportation, construction and manufacturing.

    Size
  • Total: 74 net acres
  • Developed Area: 54 net acres
  • Vacant: 19 net acres
  • Serviced Yes
    No. of Businesses 202 (2013 Employment Survey Data)
    No. of Jobs 6,369 (2013 Employment Survey Data)
    Employment by Sector
  • Manufacturing: 33%
  • Wholesale trade: 32%
  • Transportation and warehousing: 14%
  • Administrative and support, waste management and remediation services: 5%
  • Other: 17%
  • Land Uses
  • General Industrial, Warehousing and Logistics
  • Vacant Land
  • Total Size (net ha): 30
  • Developed (net ha): 22
  • Vacant (net ha): 8 (Total, Unserviced)
  • 27% Vacant
  • Estimate of Servicing Timing: Privately serviced
  • Access to Transportation
  • 2km Distance to 400 series highway
  • Very good vehicular traffic/circulation/access
  • Milton 401 Industrial/Business Park

    Profile:
    The Milton 401 Industrial Business Park is located in Milton, abutting the north and south sides of Highway 401. The Park is one of the largest Employment Areas in Halton. It has a strong base in distribution/logistics, manufacturing and transportation and varies between general industrial and moderately prestige in character.

    Size
  • Total: 1650 net acres
  • Developed Area: 1156 net acres
  • Vacant: 494 net acres
  • Serviced Yes
    No. of Businesses 282 (2013 Employment Survey Data)
    No. of Jobs 5,496 (2013 Employment Survey Data)
    Employment by Sector
  • Manufacturing: 33%
  • Wholesale trade: 32%
  • Transportation and warehousing: 14%
  • Administrative and support, waste management and remediation services: 5%
  • Other: 17%
  • Major Employers
  • Karmax Heavy Stamping
  • Maplehurst Correctional Facility
  • Vanier Centre for Women
  • EATON Cutler Hammer
  • Northstar
  • Land Uses
  • General Industrial
  • Moderately Prestige
  • Vacant Land
  • Total Size (net ha): 668
  • Developed (net ha): 468
  • Vacant (net ha): 200 (Total, Serviced)
  • 494 net acres (30%)
  • Access to Transportation
  • Direct Access to 400 Series (2 Interchanges on 401)
  • <1km  (.6 miles) to 400 series Hwy
  • Excellent Vehicular Traffic Circulation/Access
  • Direct Exposure/Visibility to 400 Series Hwy
  • Direct Rail Access
  • Part of a larger continuous employment area – Milton 401Industrial Business Park which has been highly successful
  • Derry Green Corporate Business Park

    Profile:

    Derry Green Corporate Business Park is located in the Town of Milton, on the south side of Highway 401, at the James Snow Parkway interchange. Derry Green is bounded to the south and east by the Sixteen Mile Creek tributary. Derry Green Corporate Business Park is the second of Milton’s two planned employment areas. Derry Green will accommodate the majority of the Town’s employment growth to the year 2021. It is anticipated that the lands available for development can accommodate approximately 17,000 – 18,000 employees. The Derry Green Corporate Business Park will have predominately prestige industrial and office uses, with ancillary retail amenities. There will also be an area with rail access dedicated to industrial uses.

    Derry Green Corporate Business Park is currently receiving final planning approvals by the Town and Region. Halton will then be moving forward with bringing water and wastewater services to the Park. Servicing is expected to be in place by 2016/2017.

    Size
  • Total: 1,037 net acres
  • Developed Area: N/A
  • Vacant: 1,037 net acres
  • Serviced No
    Major Landowners
  • Menkes Developments Ltd.
  • Orlando Corporation
  • Land Uses
  • Prestige Employment
  • General Employment
  • Industrial
  • Office
  • Ancillary retail
  • Vacant Land
  • Total Size (net ha): 420
  • Vacant (net ha): 420 Total, 25 Serviced, 395 Unserviced
  • 1,037 net acres (100%)
  • Estimate of Servicing Timing: 1 - 5 Years
  • Access to Transportation
  • Direct 400 series Hwy access (1 interchange on 401)
  • Direct exposure/visibility to 400 Series Hwy
  • <1km distance to 400 series Hwy
  • Potential for Direct Rail Access
  • Excellent exposure and access to 400 series highways
  • Large continuous employment area of critical mass to accommodate wide range of uses
  • Direct rail access
  • Milton Urban Growth Centre

    Profile:
    The Milton Urban Growth Centre is located in downtown Milton, along Main Street and Ontario Street and is comprised largely of retail, commercial and institutional uses. The Province of Ontario has identified this area as a transit-connected regional focal point to accommodate a significant proportion of the region’s future growth and intensification.

    Size
  • Total: 375 net acres
  • Developed Area: 338 net acres
  • Vacant: 38 net acres
  • Serviced Yes
    No. of Businesses 621 (2013 Employment Survey Data)
    No. of Jobs 4,205 (2013 Employment Survey Data)
    Employment by Sector
  • Retail trade: 21%
  • Health care social assistance: 18%
  • Accommodation and Food Services: 10%
  • Other services ( except public administration): 9%
  • Other: 43%
  • Major Employers
  • Real Canadian Superstore
  • Milton Town Hall
  • Sargent Farms Ltd.
  • Winners
  • Target
  • Land Uses
  • Retail
  • Commercial
  • Institutional
  • Vacant Land
  • Total Size (net ha): 152
  • Developed (net ha): 137
  • Vacant (net ha): 15 (Total, Serviced)
  • 37 net acres (10%)
  • Access to Transportation
  • 3 km distance to 400 Series Hwy
  • Moderate Vehicular Traffic/Circulation/Access
  • Access to Public Transit
  • Onsite amenities and access to high order transit (Go Train station)
  • Direct Rail Access
  • Burloak Employment District

    Profile:
    The Burloak Employment District is located on the western edge of Oakville, bound by Burloak Road in the west, Twelve Mile Creek in the east, the QEW Highway in the north and Rebecca Street in the south. The Burloak Employment District features the Great Lakes Business Park, which is the largest master-planned development on the QEW Highway corridor. The park comprises of 148 acres of prestige office and industrial land, conveniently located just south of the full Burloak Drive/QEW Highway interchange. The area is complimented with a full suite of retail service amenities such as restaurants, shopping, a fitness facility, and hotels.

    Size
  • Total: 580 net acres
  • Developed Area: 345 net acres
  • Vacant: 234 net acres
  • Serviced Yes
    No. of Businesses 69 (2013 Employment Survey Data)
    No. of Jobs 1,472 (2013 Employment Survey Data)
    Employment by Sector
  • Retail trade: 49%
  • Manufacturing: 24%
  • Accommodation and Food Services: 18%
  • Information and cultural industries: 7%
  • Other: 2%
  • Major Employers
  • Canadian Tire Financial Services
  • Javelin Technologies
  • Caterpillar Financial Services
  • AmerisourceBergen Specialty Canada
  • Land Uses
  • Prestige Office
  • Light Industrial
  • Retail/Commercial
  • Vacant Land
  • Total Size (net ha): 235
  • Developed (net ha): 140
  • Vacant (net ha): 95 (Total, Serviced)
  • 234 net acres (40%)
  • Access to Transportation
  • Direct 400 Series Hwy Access (1 interchange on QEW)
  • 1km distance to 400 series Hwy
  • Good vehicular traffic circulation/access
  • Direct rail access
  • Access to Bus Transit
  • Excellent access to 400 series highways
  • Located along well established employment area along the QEW Highway
  • Oakville Midtown Core Employment District (Oakville Urban Growth Centre)

    Profile:
    Oakville Midtown Core Employment District (Oakville Urban Growth Centre) is bound by the CN Rail line to the south, Eighth Line to the east and Iroquois Shore Road to the north. The area has a large concentration of retail and accommodation/food services, with two-thirds of employment within the employment area. The District’s industrial lands are located primarily on the south side of the QEW Highway east of Trafalgar Road, and consist of mature general industrial uses.

    There is an opportunity for redevelopment and intensification of largely underutilized properties, to become a vibrant, mixed-use centre with employment, residential and commercial uses. The Province of Ontario has identified Oakville’s Midtown Core as an “Urban Growth Centre”, which defines the area as a transit-connected regional focal point to accommodate a significant proportion of the region’s future growth and intensification.

    Size
  • Total: 135 net acres
  • Developed Area: 123 net acres
  • Vacant: 12 net acres
  • Serviced Yes
    No. of Businesses 261 (2013 Employment Survey Data)
    No. of Jobs 2,903 (2013 Employment Survey Data)
    Employment by Sector
  • Retail trade: 40%
  • Manufacturing: 12%
  • Accommodation and Food Services: 17%
  • Educational services: 7%
  • Other: 25%
  • Major Employers
  • Wellspring Pharmaceutical Canada
  • Sheridan College Skills Training Centre
  • PwC
  • HATCH Inc.
  • Xerox Canada Inc. (Colour Toner Plant)
  • Land Uses
  • Commercial
  • Light Industrial
  • Office
  • Institutional
  • Vacant Land
  • Total Size (net ha): 55
  • Developed (net ha): 50
  • Vacant (net ha): 5 (Total, Serviced)
  • 12 net acres (9%)
  • Access to Transportation
  • Direct 400 series Hwy access (1 interchange on QEW)
  • Direct exposure/visibility to 400 series Hwy
  • <1km distance to 400 series Hwy
  • Direct rail access
  • Go Train/Bus Transit
  • Excellent access/exposure to 400 series highways
  • On-site amenities and access to high order transit (GO Train Station)
  • High profile visibility to QEW and proximity to GO transit supports office development opportunities
  • Oakville QEW East Employment District

    Profile:
    The Oakville QEW East Employment District is situated along the north and south sides of the QEW Highway in the eastern side of Oakville. The most prominent occupant is the Ford Motor Assembly plant. The surrounding area is home to a number of major office and multi-tenant industrial condominiums, and is highly prestige in character. The area also features commercial, food, retail and accommodations. The District is bounded to the east by the City of Mississauga and the Southdown Industrial Area, which is generally industrial in character and accommodates a large number of construction, transportation and auto repair/service businesses.

    Size
  • Total: 963 net acres
  • Developed Area: 840 net acres
  • Vacant: 123 net acres
  • Serviced Yes
    No. of Businesses 267 (2013 Employment Survey Data)
    No. of Jobs 6,843 (2013 Employment Survey Data)
    Employment by Sector
  • Manufacturing: 61%
  • Wholesale trade: 8%
  • Finance and insurance: 6%
  • Professional, scientific and technical services: 5%
  • Other: 19%
  • Major Employers
  • Ford Oakville Assembly Complex
  • First Canadian Title
  • Ford Motor Company Canadian Headquarters
  • Ford Credit Canada
  • Mancor Industries Inc.
  • Land Uses
  • Industrial
  • Prestige Office
  • Commercial
  • Vacant Land
  • Total Size (net ha): 390
  • Developed (net ha): 340
  • Vacant (net ha): 50 (Total, Serviced)
  • 123 net acres (13%)
  • Access to Transportation
  • Direct 400 series Hwy access (2 interchange on QEW)
  • Direct exposure/visibility to 400 series Hwy
  • <1km distance to 400 series Hwy
  • Very good vehicular traffic circulation/access
  • Direct rail access
  • Access to public bus transit
  • Excellent access/exposure to 400 series highways
  • Proximity to GO Transit (rapid transit)
  • Winston Park Employment District

    Profile:
    The Winston Park Employment District is a highly prestige business park located on the eastern side of Oakville bound by Dundas Street to the north, Highway 403 to the west, Winston Churchill Boulevard to the east, and the QEW Highway to the south. The Park has a wide range of uses, including major office, with a significant cluster of engineering firms, warehousing, logistics and distribution, and manufacturing in a “campus-style” setting. The District features proximity to on-site amenities and off-site services in proximity to employment area. The Park is virtually built out, but there may be opportunities for infill and redevelopment.

    Size
  • Total: 420 net acres
  • Developed Area: 395 net acres
  • Vacant: 10 net acres
  • Serviced Yes
    No. of Businesses 468 (2013 Employment Survey Data)
    No. of Jobs 11,401 (2013 Employment Survey Data)
    Employment by Sector
  • Manufacturing: 21%
  • Wholesale trade: 17%
  • Retail trade: 10%
  • Professional, scientific and technical services: 13%
  • Transportation and warehousing: 8%
  • Accommodation and food services: 7%
  • Construction: 7%
  • Other: 17%
  • Major Employers
  • Mattamy Homes Ltd.
  • AMEC
  • SNC Lavalin Nuclear Inc.
  • HATCH
  • Genworth Financial
  • Land Uses
  • Office
  • Warehousing
  • Manufacturing
  • Commercial/Retail
  • Vacant Land
  • Total Size (net ha): 170
  • Developed (net ha): 160
  • Vacant (net ha): 10 (Total, Serviced)
  • 10 net acres (6%)
  • Access to Transportation
  • Direct 400 series Hwy access (1 interchange on QEW, 1 interchange on 403)
  • Direct exposure/visibility to 400 series Hwy
  • <1km distance to 400 series Hwy
  • Excellent vehicular traffic circulation/access
  • Access to public bus transit
  • Excellent access/exposure to 400 series highways
  • Oakville QEW West Employment District

    Profile:
    The Oakville QEW West Employment District is one of the Halton’s largest employment areas. The District abuts both the north and south side of the QEW Highway. The District is diverse in its character and composition of land uses. The eastern portion exhibits a general industrial character comprised largely of construction, small scale manufacturing, transportation and wholesale trade. The western portion has a moderately more prestige character, and has a large presence of manufacturing and multi-tenant industrial/commercial uses. The area on the north side of the QEW Highway, has a prestige character and is comprised of major office and multi-tenant industrial condominiums. Most businesses are small to medium sized.

    Size
  • Total: 1,235 net acres
  • Developed Area: 1,173 net acres
  • Vacant: 61 net acres
  • Serviced Yes
    No. of Businesses 1,366 (2013 Employment Survey Data)
    No. of Jobs 19,941 (2013 Employment Survey Data)
    Employment by Sector
  • Manufacturing: 19%
  • Professional, scientific and technical services: 13%
  • Wholesale trade: 11%
  • Retail trade: 8%
  • Construction: 10%
  • Management of companies & enterprises: 7%
  • Other: 32%
  • Major Employers
  • Thomas Merton Centre for Continuing Education
  • UTC Aerospace Systems
  • The TDL Group (Tim Horton Inc.)
  • Tandet Group
  • Gempak Canada
  • Land Uses
  • Industrial (Heavy to Light)
  • Office
  • Commercial/Retail
  • Vacant Land
  • Total Size (net ha): 500
  • Developed (net ha): 475
  • Vacant (net ha): 25 (Total, Serviced)
  • 10 net acres (5%)
  • Access to Transportation
  • Direct 400 series Hwy access (2 interchanges on QEW)
  • Direct exposure/visibility to 400 series Hwy
  • <1km distance to 400 series Hwy
  • Excellent vehicular traffic circulation/access
  • Direct rail access
  • Access to public Go train/bus transit
  • Excellent exposure to 400 series highways
  • Winston Park West Employment Area

    Profile:
    The Winston Park West employment area is ideally located west of Highway 403, between Dundas Street East and the Queen Elizabeth Way in the Town of Oakville. The area has excellent road access and exposure via the major arterial road system, with easy access to and from the highway 403/QEW corridor. Halton Region is providing upfront servicing to the site and is anticipated to be completed and ready for development in 2015-2016.

    Size
  • Total: 250 net acres of developable vacant land
  • Developed Area: 1,173 net acres
  • Vacant: 61 net acres
  • Serviced Underway
    Major Landowner
  • Infrastructure Ontario
  • Land Uses
  • Office
  • Industrial
  • Commercial
  • Vacant Land
  • Total Size (net ha): 100
  • Vacant (net ha): 100 (Total, Unserviced)
  • Estimate of service timing: 1 - 5 Years
  • Access to Transportation
  • Direct 400 series Hwy access (1 interchange on QEW, 1 interchange on the 403)
  • Direct exposure/visibility to 400 series Hwy
  • <1km distance to 400 series Hwy
  • Planned Business Parks

    Profile:
    The majority of the planned Business Parks in south Halton (Burlington and Oakville) are located along the Highway 407 corridor, with the exception of the Winston Park West Employment District which is located at the juncture of Highway 403 and the QEW Highway.

    In north Halton (Halton Hills and Milton), the planned 401 Industrial and Business Park Expansion Area in Milton and the in Halton Hills are located along the Highway 401 corridor.

    There is a total of 1,565 net acres in planned employment areas in Halton.

    Burlington
  • North Burlington Employment District
  • Bronte Meadows East
  • Halton Hills
  • Halton Hills Premier Gateway
  • Milton
  • Derry Green Corporate Business Park
  • Trafalgar/Derry Lands
  • Milton Education Village
  • Oakville
  • Winston Park West Employment District
  • North Oakville East Employment District
  • North Oakville West Employment District

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