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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#300 - 32500 SOUTH FRASER WAY, Abbotsford, BC
Fabulous opportunity to own one of the most well-run franchises in Canada. PITA PIT is recognized worldwide for multiple awards (Eco-Friendly etc.) Operating out of this location for 16+ years. The purchase also includes a license to sell Yogen Fruz and all the equipment necessary. Both companies ar...
2777 Gladwin Rd, Abbotsford, BC, V2T 4V1
LocationGladwin Crossing is a mixed-use multi-storey retail/office building with gross leasable area of 36,466 SF on the ground floor and 34,688 SF of office on the 2nd to 3rd floors. This modern facility has two levels of underground parking providing 206 stalls and surface parking for 73 parking s...
33245 N. Railway Avenue, Mission, BC
Wentings Cycle @ Mountain Shop, a profitable, family-owned and operated retail business for sale in Downtown Mission, BC, has become a destination location for the Lower Mainland. From local families to cycling enthusiasts to pros, Wentings caters to a diverse, wide-reaching client base, and sells i...
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