2

Red Deer MLS Commercial Listings:

The city of Red Deer sits at the midway point between Edmonton and Calgary in Central Alberta, in the growth corridor.

Browse Red Deer MLS Commercial Listings below.

226 CLEARVIEW Drive
RC Clearview Indust. Park Red Deer T4E 0A1

$1,790,000
Commercial baths: 0.0 14,755 sq. ft. built: 2009

Main Photo: 226 CLEARVIEW Drive in Red Deer: RC Clearview Indust. Park Commercial for sale (Red Deer County)  : MLS® # CA0112760
Prop. Type:
Commercial
MLS® Num:
CA0112760
Status:
Active
Bus Major:
N/A
Unique property at a great price - two buildings on 1.64 acres located in the Clearview Industrial Park. Total square footage is based on a 3,899sf main building and 10,856sf warehouse building. Main building has reception, boardroom, lunchroom, and 5 offices. Office area is air conditioned. Also includes open shop area (with 2 of the offices) and receiving with 16'x14' overhead door. Ceiling height approx 16' in main building. The 10,856sf warehouse building includes 2 covered open air storage areas, (each side of building), approx. 1472sf per side. The approx 7,912sf enclosed area has 4 large 26'x18' overhead doors, approx 20' ceiling, radiant heat and flat floor. Yard is fully fenced. Designed to be very energy efficient with extensive features throughout not typically found in properties of this nature. Seller will be rebuilding and would consider a lease back until Dec 31, 2018, rate to be negotiated. Possession otherwise would be minimum 90 days from unconditional contract.
Listing Area:
Red Deer County
Listing Sub-Area:
RC Clearview Indust. Park
County Or Parish:
Red Deer County
Bathrooms:
0.0
Taxes:
$21,865 / 2016
Property Type:
Commercial
Property Sub Type:
Building
Total Floor Area:
14,755 sq. ft.
Lot Area:
1.64 acre(s)
Lot Shape:
Irregular
LINC Number:
0033018748
Title:
Fee Simple
Business Type:
N/A
Year built:
2009
Finished Area.:
14,755 sq. ft.
Possession:
Other/See Remarks
Transaction Type:
For Sale Only
Garage:
0
Zoning:
MI
  • Photo 1: 226 CLEARVIEW Drive in Red Deer: RC Clearview Indust. Park Commercial for sale (Red Deer County)  : MLS® # CA0112760
    Photo 1 of 18
  • Photo 2: 226 CLEARVIEW Drive in Red Deer: RC Clearview Indust. Park Commercial for sale (Red Deer County)  : MLS® # CA0112760
    Photo 2 of 18
  • Photo 3: 226 CLEARVIEW Drive in Red Deer: RC Clearview Indust. Park Commercial for sale (Red Deer County)  : MLS® # CA0112760
    Photo 3 of 18
  • Photo 4: 226 CLEARVIEW Drive in Red Deer: RC Clearview Indust. Park Commercial for sale (Red Deer County)  : MLS® # CA0112760
    Photo 4 of 18
  • Photo 5: 226 CLEARVIEW Drive in Red Deer: RC Clearview Indust. Park Commercial for sale (Red Deer County)  : MLS® # CA0112760
    Photo 5 of 18
  • Photo 6: 226 CLEARVIEW Drive in Red Deer: RC Clearview Indust. Park Commercial for sale (Red Deer County)  : MLS® # CA0112760
    Photo 6 of 18
  • Photo 7: 226 CLEARVIEW Drive in Red Deer: RC Clearview Indust. Park Commercial for sale (Red Deer County)  : MLS® # CA0112760
    Photo 7 of 18
  • Photo 8: 226 CLEARVIEW Drive in Red Deer: RC Clearview Indust. Park Commercial for sale (Red Deer County)  : MLS® # CA0112760
    Photo 8 of 18
  • Photo 9: 226 CLEARVIEW Drive in Red Deer: RC Clearview Indust. Park Commercial for sale (Red Deer County)  : MLS® # CA0112760
    Photo 9 of 18
  • Photo 10: 226 CLEARVIEW Drive in Red Deer: RC Clearview Indust. Park Commercial for sale (Red Deer County)  : MLS® # CA0112760
    Photo 10 of 18
  • Photo 11: 226 CLEARVIEW Drive in Red Deer: RC Clearview Indust. Park Commercial for sale (Red Deer County)  : MLS® # CA0112760
    Photo 11 of 18
  • Photo 12: 226 CLEARVIEW Drive in Red Deer: RC Clearview Indust. Park Commercial for sale (Red Deer County)  : MLS® # CA0112760
    Photo 12 of 18
  • Photo 13: 226 CLEARVIEW Drive in Red Deer: RC Clearview Indust. Park Commercial for sale (Red Deer County)  : MLS® # CA0112760
    Photo 13 of 18
  • Photo 14: 226 CLEARVIEW Drive in Red Deer: RC Clearview Indust. Park Commercial for sale (Red Deer County)  : MLS® # CA0112760
    Photo 14 of 18
  • Photo 15: 226 CLEARVIEW Drive in Red Deer: RC Clearview Indust. Park Commercial for sale (Red Deer County)  : MLS® # CA0112760
    Photo 15 of 18
  • Photo 16: 226 CLEARVIEW Drive in Red Deer: RC Clearview Indust. Park Commercial for sale (Red Deer County)  : MLS® # CA0112760
    Photo 16 of 18
  • Photo 17: 226 CLEARVIEW Drive in Red Deer: RC Clearview Indust. Park Commercial for sale (Red Deer County)  : MLS® # CA0112760
    Photo 17 of 18
  • Photo 18: 226 CLEARVIEW Drive in Red Deer: RC Clearview Indust. Park Commercial for sale (Red Deer County)  : MLS® # CA0112760
    Photo 18 of 18
Larger map options:
Century 21 Advantage Commercial
Listing information last updated on 3-Oct-2017 3:30 PM
KLRT COMMERCIAL
powered by myRealPage.com

Red Deer enjoys an immediate trade area of over 270,000 people, while having Edmonton and Calgary within a 150km radius gives the city a wider market of two million people and two international airports, and access to over 15 million people in Western Canada and the U.S. Pacific Northwest further afield.

red_deer_mls_commercial_listings

The whole region has been flourishing for years, and with a diverse and thriving economy that counts oil, gas, transportation, farming, retail and wholesale, a growing manufacturing sector, and a flourishing tourism trade as its major industries, Red Deer is all set to continue its recent boom, as evidenced below.

625 new Red Deer jobs were created in 2014/2015, and the city’s unemployment rate typically hovers around the 4-6% mark, well below the national average. Such figures are positive indicators for the continued success of commercial real estate investments in a city.

The population of Red Deer increased from around 66,000 in 2000 to 98,000 in 2014, and is expected to continue to grow for decades to come as families migrate to the area to enjoy the first class amenities, health and education, scenery and employment opportunities. In the city’s own economic study, a medium annual growth rate will see the population reach 128,000 in ten years, and hit 175,000 by 2041.

The city’s working age population alone is expected to almost double over the next 30 years, from 65,000 to 112,000, giving businesses both big and small the confidence to commence commercial real estate investment in Red Deer, where the entrepreneurial spirit is alive and well.

Red Deer commercial mls listingsRed Deer also offers a financially favourable environment for enterprise to prosper. A recent study by KPMG found the city to be 4.8% more cost-effective for a business to operate in than Calgary, and 2.7% more than Edmonton.

A part of these lower operational costs can be attributed to the competitive advantages found in Red Deer. Permit-ready commercial and industrial lots are available, along with the following perks:

  • No business taxes
  • No capital tax
  • No machinery and equipment tax
  • No payroll tax
  • Corporate income tax of 10%, small business rate of 3%

Perhaps due in part to these conditions, the industrial vacancy rate in Red Deer is under 5%, with competition for commercial and industrial real estate meaning it is becoming more and more a landlord’s market. As an example, the first 12,000 square foot construction in Red Deer was already 75% leased before it had been built, further evidence that Red Deer is ripe for commercial real estate investment.

Permits are required for new builds in Red Deer, and 1612 of these were issued in 2014, compared to 1522 in the previous year. For the past three years running, new construction investment in Red Deer has topped $200 million, and this trend shows no signs of slowing; indeed, the city is demonstrating its confidence in itself with a number of development projects of its own.

The $30 million dollar revitalization of the G.H. Dawe Community Centre, the $23 million dollar RCMP building, a $27 million dollar, 12-storey executive office building and a $21.3 million dollar multi-level parking structure will all positively affect the commercial opportunities of the city and its population, and should provide confidence to those thinking of commercial real estate investment in Red Deer.

Further investment in revitalizing the downtown core is also in the pipeline, as are plans to continue to transform and enhance the historical downtown, improve cultural spaces along the Riverlands area, and redevelop the Railyard district into an effective urban residential space.

As the third most populous city in Alberta, with a thriving and diverse economy, low operating costs and a young and educated workforce, now is the time for commercial real estate investment in Red Deer.

Want more information?

Learn about Planning and Development in Red Deer

Learn about Building and Construction in Red Deer

Learn about Land Sales in Red Deer