Acquired in 2006, Brentwood Developments undertook a substantive oil abatement program decommissioning 10 active wells and associated pipeline network in order to develop what is now known as Brentwood Commons. Located on 52.18-acres on the southwest corner of 75th Avenue and 44th Street (Highway 16), phase 1 consists of 20 acres and is anchored by a 100,000-square-foot Home Depot, Sport Chek, Winners, Best Buy and Shoppers Drug Mart. Phase 2, constructed in 2014-2015, consists of an additional 20 acres and is anchored by new to the market retailers such as Mark's, HomeSense, PetSmart, Michaels and Dollar Tree. Furthermore, phase 3 consists of 12.18 acres of additional retail drawing power with future plans to introduce several national retailers into the Lloydminster market.
Located at the mid-point between Edmonton and Saskatoon on the Trans-Canada Highway, three phases are spread over 50 acres with over 10 entrances and 340,000 square feet currently constructed and tenanted with another 140,000 square feet under development. This power centre node is the one stop for anything retail in Lloydminster and its 150,000 person trade area.
The Trade Area
Lloydminster is a vibrant and growing community which boarders Alberta and Saskatchewan and offers the comfort of the rural lifestyle with the convenience of urban amenities. Being situated right along Highway 16 (Trans-Canada Highway), and the first stop coming into town from Edmonton, Brentwood Commons not only attracts the 31,400 residents of Lloydminster but the additional 133,000 trading into the city.
Prominent businesses within close proximity to the property.