Sylvan Lake is famous throughout Alberta for the 15km body of water that gives the town its name, makes it a premier tourist destination. Understandably, the recreational land for sale is among the most highly sought in the province.
One (1) Acre parcel zoned Light Industrial (L1) located in Beju Industrial Subdivision in the Town of Sylvan Lake , Alberta.
Please see attached subdivision plan, zoning & Land Title. Seller financing available.More details
Location, Location, Location!! 1,297 sqft of space (can be combined with unit 3 & 4 for a total of 2,249 sqft) located in the high traffic area of Hewlett Park Landing. Put your business among the Anchor businesses of Rona, Scotia Bank, No Frills, & McDonald's. Plenty of parking for all.More details
Listed by KEVIN LAPP
and Sheri Colford
of Royal LePage Lifestyles Realty
Excellent business opportunity! Do not miss out on this prime industrial space for sale or lease right on Highway 11A in Sylvan Lake! 1,200 square feet with front reception and office space, a washroom and an upstairs mezzanine area.More details
Attention Developers and Investors. Located in the heart of Sylvan Lake, AB is a 16433 sqft parcel of land slated for development. The Direct Control District zoning offers various opportunities for development upon Town approval. This property is surrounded by residential homes and is only a few blocks away from the beach and small businesses on Lakeshore Drive. Sylvan Lake has a population of almost 15,000 and climbing. State of the art recreational facilities, small town shops, big box stores and a large community center. Bring your ideas.More details
Commercial Lakefront Lease Opportunity. This is your chance to showcase your business in prime commercial space right on Lakeshore Drive. High traffic area that caters to foot traffic year round - enjoy patio area with lake views in the summer months. Main floor condo is the end unit close to the beach. A lease term of 60 months is preferred. $25/SF per annum or $3,083/month. Location is the key word - challenges comparison.More details
Great exposure fronting Highway 20 with excellent access & ample parking 2,000 sq. ft. Commercial Bay with two (2) Overhead Doors, Drive Thru Bay. Front reception office completed with mezzanine storage. Lease Rate $2,000 per month plus Common Area Costs $3.75 sq. ft. \ yr. or $625 per month. Lease to Own Available to qualified tenant!!More details
LOCATION is a hot one on Hwy 20 with access road frontage give great visibility and exposure to your growing business. Currently the location of the GARAGE SALE shop . Large 16 foot high rear access door makes it easy to convert to truck storage. See more details on picture comments. Tenant to pay base rent plus metered utilities plus common area costs. Mezzanine is 600 sf. Common area costs are estimated for 2018 at $3.75 or $625 per month. Walk through using the Virtual TOUR featureMore details
Great parking and exposure next to Panago Pizza and DQ. Large open area. Other rooms in back include 1 bathroom, mechanical room. Newly painted and ready to move into. Base rent is ($15/SF/Yr) 932.50 per month plus common area costs of $373.00 per month (estimated at $6.00/SF/Yr) for a total $1,305.50 per month per year. Tenant responsible for all metered utilities. Pylon Signage extra $125/Month. Base rent escalation $1/SF per year. Walk through using the Virtual TOUR feature.More details
3877 Sq Ft high exposure unit in a new Commercial Building just off HWY 20 in Sylvan Lake with ample client parking. There is the ability to make this unit into 2 smaller bays. More information and options available.More details
Listing information last updated on July 22, 2018 at 03:13 AM (UTC)
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Sylvan Lake’s close proximity to Red Deer City allows the town to enjoy the same logistical benefits of its larger neighbor, with an immediate trade area of over 270,000 people and easy access to the province’s main north-south arterial highway, Highway 2, opening up a market of two million people in a 150km radius, including Edmonton, Calgary, and their international airports.
The population of Sylan Lake increased by 22% from 2006 to 2013, and the town is one of the fastest growing conurbations in Canada, with the current population of just over 13,000 expected to hit 18,000 by 2017. Due to this unprecedented growth, Sylvan Lake offers fantastic opportunity for commercial real estate investment, with the town also keen to retain the friendly, small-town community feel that it’s young residents and visitors love.
This decade long development of Sylvan Lake can be seen also in the town’s commercial assessment value, which grew by 290% from around $73,500,000 to around $286,500,000 between 2002 and 2012, with the amount of commercial property and land, including recreational land for sale, rising significantly in this period and continuing to rise since.
Building permits have to be granted for new development in Sylvan Lake, and the expansion of the community is evident in the number of these issued in 2014, with the tally reaching 334, and a total value of around $68 million. In comparison, the value of all permits issued in 2013 was around the $52 million mark.
Helping Sylvan Lake to flourish alongside its neighbours in Central Alberta is the province’s tax environment, which remains one of the most competitive in North America. The only province that does not have a provincial retail sales tax, provincial capital or payroll taxes, Alberta is a hotspot for commercial real estate investment, and Sylvan Lake’s local environment make it a prime area for investing in recreational land for sale, especially with no local business tax enforced by the town.
Sylvan Lake has also been actively redeveloping its downtown and waterfront area, which has helped the town to attract an increasing number of tourists year on year. Aside from ensuring access to the lake was maintained and enhanced, the plan was designed to attract new investment and employment opportunities, and to accommodate a wide range of compatible land uses to support vibrant economic development where people can live, work, shop, and play together.
Such an initiative should only encourage private investors considering recreational land for sale in Sylvan Lake.
With outdoor lake activities including swimming, waterskiing, boating and fishing popular in the summer and winter sports from skating and skiing to tobogganing and skidooing available in the winter, the vibrant young population of Sylvan Lake is an active one, making the town an attractive place to consider when looking to invest in recreational land for sale.
With the steady expansion of the community being carefully managed to maintain the small town atmosphere that makes Sylvan Lake such an inviting place to live and visit, the time for commercial real estate investment in the recreation, tourism, and residential amenity sectors is now.