The City and Lethbridge County have parcels of serviced and unserviced land, ranging from one acre to 480 acres to meet your business needs.
City of Lethbridge
Sherring Business & Industrial Park
With approximately 350 acres of serviced industrial land, Sherring Business & Industrial Park is designed to foster business partnerships and economic growth in Lethbridge. Whether you are a small business looking for a new "home" in a vibrant commerical community, a light or heavy industrial business looking for a place to expand your operations or a larger commercial business looking for a solid location, Sherring offers choice and great potential for growth.
Some of the amenities include:
fully serviced land (water, sewer, roads, electricity and natural gas) to meet your specific needs
regional storm water retention facilities are in place to eliminate individual site storage
exceptional highway infrastructure linking Lethbridge and Alberta's Export Highway with US Interstate #15 and future CANAMEX corridor
strong commercial presence, anchored by Wal-Mart
integrated pathway network
Other nearby conveniences include grocery stores, restaurants, coffee shops, medical clinics and professional services.
To view available land parcels and current pricing, visit www.sherring.ca or contact the City of Lethbridge, Lethbridge Lands at 403 320 3905 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Broxburn Business Park
Industrial land located east of Lethbridge, zoned: Rural Grouped Industrial (RGI). Fronts onto Highway #3 for commercial, retail and industrial use. Frontage lots will see the highest traffic counts in Southern Alberta. Lots Range in size from 1.3 acres to 15 acres. Full servicing in place.
For more information, contact Avison Young: Doug Mereska or Kendal Hachkowski at 403-330-3338 or e-mail email@example.com.
Located in the Lethbridge County, the Lethbridge Airport has 37 acres of available industrial land, including lots with direct tarmac access, and is located just five kilometres south of Lethbridge on Highway 5. To learn more, contact Martin Ebel, Economic Development Officer, at 403.328.5525 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.