Region: Lower Mainland/Southwest
Regional District: Squamish-Lillooet
Whistler is a world class four seasons mountain resort, with outdoor adventures, pristine natural environment, arts and cultural amenities, as well as our well renowned No 1 ski resort of North America - Whistler Blackcomb. Festivals, events and the many activities throughout the year provide entertainment for all ages - families, seniors, young adults and couples alike.
Whistler attracts over 2.5 million visitors per year from all around the world, with Summer now attracting 60% of those guests. Consumer spending in Whistler is nearly $1.3bn per year, ie over $3.5 million per day, providing a significant opportunity for businesses to succeed, whilst enjoying the amazing community lifestyle on offer.
Nestled in the Coast Mountains, only 40 kilometres inland from the Pacific Ocean, and 120 kilometres from one of Canada's largest urban centres, Whistler is a world recognized success for business and tourism. Consistently ranked one of the top ski resorts in the world, Whistler is a global leader among destination mountain resort communities. Its resilient and vibrant tourism economy is supported by community-wide partnerships focused on economic growth and development. The result is, of course, an exceptional vacation destination and a great place to do business. The Whistler Advantage Globally recognized as a leader among mountain resorts with consistent number one rankings - 2.5 million unique visitors per year - $1.27 billion of consumer spending per year - 22% share of BC’s provincial export tourism economy - A tourism product honed by hosting the 2010 Winter Olympic Games - An industry leader in the development of year-round resort and recreational offerings - Community-wide partnerships to support ongoing innovative economic growth and development The Whistler area includes the municipalities of Whistler and Pemberton, the rural Electoral Area C of the Squamish-Lillooet Regional District, and several Indian Reserves.
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215-625 Howe St, Vancouver, BC
This is an opportunity to invest in a unique business model that is a combination of franchise and independent business in the Lower Mainland.The franchise brand is renowned for its custom window coverings sales and installation services in North America. This company owns multiple territories with ...
8075 Nesters Road, Whistler, BC, V0N 1B8
8075 Nesters Road is located within the “Mons” development, just 2.5 km (3 min drive) north of the Whistler Village. Mons serves as Whistler’s central industrial hub, intended for industrial type uses supporting community & transportation infrastructure, and civic uses. 8075 Nesters Road is a 0.69 a...
4295 Blackcomb Way, Whistler, BC, V0N 1B4
Opportunity to sublease a below grade restaurant with premises that feature approximately 1,850 sq.ft. of seating area, kitchen and bar. The property is centrally located in Whistler on the highly popular and busy Village Stroll, only minutes from the base of Whistler Blackcomb.Features•@Kitche...
Whistler, British Columbia is known as a world–class ski resort and one of the host cities for the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Games, but it is also now being recognized as home to one of the world’s preeminent resort planners.Ecosign Mountain Resort Planners has designed resorts and... continue
British Columbia boasts a range of opportunities in film, television, game development and virtual and altered reality. It’s what made Vancouver the ideal location for Vaudeville Studio’s new Canadian studio.
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