Brockville Crossroads Centre

A high profile site at the intersection of Highway 401, Stewart Blvd and Parkedale Avenue, the key entranceway to the City of Brockville's downtown and the highway leading north to Smiths Falls, Carleton Place and Perth, Brockville Crossroads Centre attracts locals, tourists and highway travellers alike to the range of food and convenience offerings on site.

Final phases of the development are now underway with several retail premises opportunities available for lease. Join national tenants including A&W, Pet Valu, Freshii, Booster Juice, Cash for You, Pizza Pizza and Quesada at this proven high traffic centre.

325 Stewart Boulevard, Brockville, Ontario

Plan du site

Very high traffic intersection (over 43,000 cars per day) at the intersection of Stewart and Parkedale. Access via lighted intersection at Stewart Blvd and limited turn access at Parkedale Avenue. The future integrated hotel development will provide access connections within the site to the neighbouring Galaxy Theatre and 1000 Islands mall site via Windsor Drive.

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  • pieds carrés: 750
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  • pieds carrés: 1199
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La Zone Commerciale

Brockville, Ontario

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One of southeastern Ontario’s busiest communities, Brockville, the City of 1000 Islands, is situated on the St. Lawrence Seaway a two-hour drive west of Montreal and one hour east of Kingston. Home to a vibrant and growing population of over 24,000 people, Brockville is an affordable and enjoyable place to live and work and an ideal stopping point on Highway 401 for those travelling between Toronto and Montreal. Each year the market swells in size from summer through fall with extensive tourists, campers and cottagers drawn to the St. Lawrence seaway and 1000 Islands region, centered around Brockville.

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Brockville Crossroads Centre sits at the busiest highway interchange at Stewart Boulevard and Highway 401 and is only minutes from downtown and surrounding residential communities. It also enjoys proximity to a wide range of shopping including the nearby 1000 Islands Mall and many restaurants, hotels and service industries close by.

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Secondary trade area populations support the local economy within up to a one hour drive creating a total resident trade area population in excess of 75,000 people.

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