Region: Lower Mainland/Southwest
Regional District: Fraser Valley
Abbotsford is a complete city with a diverse demography, availability of land, affordability benefits, and an economy set to grow. The City’s close proximity to key transportation infrastructure including the Abbotsford International Airport, U.S. border crossings and the Trans-Canada Hwy (Hwy No. 1), make the City a prime location for growing businesses.
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c/o 1685 Pandosy St, Vancouver, BC
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@A Private MRI Clinic in a very good location in the Greater Vancouver Area. Owners are experts in the field. The MRI Machine is very specialized and advanced compared to other existing machines. Business is only 3 years old, and on its way to ...
32500 S Fraser Way, Abbotsford, BC, V2T 4W1
Business for-sale. Volcanic Vapour is located in a prime central location of Abbotsford in a busy strip mall. The Vape Store has been in the same location for 3 years and sells a wide range of vapes and vape related accessories. The store is in brand new condition inside and does not look like your ...
303 - 5855 Cowrie Street, Sechelt, BC
A unique opportunity: Own a well-established sea kayak touring company with a quarter-century history of successfully operating in Gwaii Haanas National Park, British Columbia, Canada. This is a turn-key business opportunity which includes nearly everything the new owner will require in order to ...
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