Unlike other Canadian regions, the Edmonton Metropolitan Region has approximately 11,000 net acres of light, medium, and heavy industrial lands available for development.
There is abundant and competitively-priced real estate for expanding or relocating businesses. Whether you are looking to lease or buy, there are plenty of options available.
Use the search tool below to find the right property to position your business for success, or search popular listings by municipality.
Edmonton International Airport (EIA)
Global market connectivity converges within the Edmonton International Airport (EIA) with immediate access to roads, rail, runways, ports and pipelines. Already the largest airport in Canada by area, its continued expansion provides opportunities to enhance economic clusters in education, information and communications technology (ICT), life sciences, agri-business, logistics and distribution, aerospace and aviation, advanced manufacturing, and energy. There are 3,241 net acres available in this area for development.
Alberta's Industrial Heartland
Alberta’s Industrial Heartland is Western Canada’s key petrochemical cluster development. Designed to take advantage of its proximity to Alberta’s oilsands and the subsequent industrial concentration around it, Alberta’s Industrial Heartland is the largest hydrocarbon processing region in Canada. This 582 km2 area is home to over 40 industrial sites, 7,000 employees, and $40 billion in investment.
Prime property zoned central commercial. Approximately 17,000 sqft (4 lots consolidated). Great investment for a wide variety of retail & service establishments.
Industrial Land Development, Bordering Highway 60
40 acres of prime industrial land bordering highway 60 west of Devon. Located on a primary transportation highway, 15 minutes southwest of Edmonton and 12 minutes to the Edmonton International Airport, Nisku and Leduc. Adjacent to the Devon Research Centre and Devonian Industrial Park.
Commercial Land Development, Bordering Highway 60
32 acres of prime commercial retail land development bordering highway 60 West of Devon, and future highway interchange. Located 15 minutes southwest of Edmonton and 12 minutes to the Edmonton International Airport, Nisku, and Leduc. Proposed location of a twin arena recreation facility, and adjacent to the South Port Common commercial retail development.
The ICE District will be the largest mixed-use sports and entertainment district in Canada and is already projecting an energy and feeling unlike anything Edmonton has seen before. Upon completion, the ICE District will span over 25 continuous acres of downtown Edmonton. It is a master-planned community connecting downtown Edmonton to the north, east, west, and south — linked by 5 LRT stations, indoor pathways, pedestrian-friendly streets and promenades, and ample parking. Rogers Place, the most advanced sports and entertainment venue in North America, serves as the anchor of the district.
Edmonton Energy and Technology Park
This area is built for food production operations. The Edmonton Energy and Technology Park (EETP) represents the last remaining large greenfield area within Edmonton and includes a net developable land area of approximately 8,200 net acres (3,300 ha).
City of Leduc
Leduc Business Park
Leduc Business Park is a high quality industrial development with a variety of affordable and attractive manufacturing and distribution lot choices for those seeking property ownership or ‘build to suit’ opportunities. This development is fully serviced, known for its excellent geotechnical qualities and is located with excellent access to Highway 2 and other parts of the region.
Leduc Industrial Lands
160 acres +/- currently designated commercial and light industrial with right in, right out access to Airport Road. Two large buildings and a warehouse with loading docks and grade level. Executive Offices (50,000 sq. ft.) (200,000 sq. ft. between both buildings) that are for sale/lease and immediate possession. Includes airport, highway, city, and hotel access. Lands fronting Airport Road allow for high quality developments. There is an excess of 8,000 vehicles traveling Airport Road daily.
Harvest Industrial Park
Fully serviced lots 1.28 – 2.79 acres south of 65th avenue in Leduc, with existing newer industrial buildings adjacent to the property. Harvest is zoned light Industrial (IL), the lots can be purchased separately or as multiple. Excellent access to Highway 2 and the Edmonton International Airport. The lots are pre-graded with paved roadways, and ready for immediate possession.
Nisku Business Park
The Nisku Business Park is Canada's largest energy services industrial node, strategically located next to the Edmonton International Airport. Oil and gas, advanced manufacturing, cleantech, and a growing agri-food manufacturing sector anchor the park.
Border Business Park
Border Business Park is a unique development located at the center of Alberta’s industrial hub. The park is focused on the needs of end users and provides outstanding access, high visibility and quality construction.
Lakeview Business Park
The Lakeview Industrial Park has 617 acres of industrial and commercial zoned land next to Ray Gibbon Drive with immediate access to Anthony Henday Drive. 80 acres are owned by a commercial developer, 150 acres are owned by the City of St. Albert and the remaining 385 acres are open for purchase. The City would consider selling their land or would consider a partnership through innovation or industry for the land.
Total land area is 300 acres with 200 acres available for industrial development. Ideal for general industrial use from 2 acre parcels and up. Fully serviced sites and unserviced land available for sale, lease, or lease-to-own with build-to-suit options. Easy access to major roadways and heavy-haul routes. Home to businesses in the construction, manufacturing, transportation, and oil and gas sectors as well as NAIT's specialized trades campus.
Spruce Grove Industrial Park
Total land area is 150 acres. A modern, vibrant, fully-serviced industrial park offering shovel-ready lots from 2 acres and up in size and an inventory of class A buildings for purchase, lease, or lease-to-own. A diverse business climate with oil and gas supply and service, construction, and manufacturing as the top 3 sectors as well as an emerging cluster of pipeline-related industries. Easy access to major roadways and heavy haul routes.
Evolved Energy Business Park
A new industrial development offering fully-serviced, shovel-ready sites approximately 2 acres in size each with exposure to traffic along Campsite Road. Easy access to major roadways and heavy-haul routes.
A new commercial development with excellent highway exposure along the TransCanada Yellowhead Highway. This phased development has already experienced significant investment and offers over 40 acres of prime commercial land for future development as well as commercial units for lease. Potential for this area to become a major commercial, hospitality, and entertainment destination with investment opportunities in large-format and supporting retail outlets, personal and medical services, hotel, restaurant, and entertainment.
North & South Business Parks
The North and South Business Parks are zoned for commercial and light industrial use, suitable for all types of business from manufacturing to service industries. Both parks boast a large supply of untreated water for specialized uses. The North Business Park features main highway access off of highway 16A, while the South Business Park is located near the heart of Stony Plain. Currently, the North Business Park has full-serviced lots available for new business.
Strathcona Industrial Area (SIA)
The Strathcona Industrial Area is a mixed industrial area hosting 2 refineries and businesses complementary to oil and gas operations. Benefits include full urban servicing, adjacent transportation corridors and commodity storage.
Millennium Ridge is a commercial site offering office and retail units located on the corner of Broadmoor Boulevard and Lakeland Drive, taking advantage of prime positioning next to the Millennium Place recreation centre in Strathcona County. The 2nd stage of the site is planning to add approximately 78,000 sqft of retail and office space.