Regional District: Columbia-Shuswap
Revelstoke is located in the British Columbia interior between the Monashee Mountains and Selkirk Ranges. The Trans Canada Highway at Revelstoke’s door provides easy access west to Vancouver and east to Calgary. Over four million motorists travel the corridor every year, stopping to revel in the natural setting of ancient glaciers, mountain streams, awesome vistas, and abundant wildlife. The economy of Revelstoke is tied directly to its geographic location, physical environment and the natural resources of the region. The forest industry, transportation (primarily rail), tourism and government services all contribute significantly to the community’s economic health. Other resources available for development include water and minerals. It should be noted that, for a small community, Revelstoke has an extremely diversified economic base which is a major strength and an attractive place for investment. The Revelstoke area includes the municipality of Revelstoke and the rural Electoral Area B and a small piece of Electoral Area A of the Columbia Shuswap Regional District. It is equivalent to the Revelstoke Local Health Area.
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1604 Victoria Street, Revelstoke, BC
PET STORE BUSINESS FOR SALE - Successful and profitable turn key business in thriving community of Revelstoke. Animal House pet store offers a full line of pet food, accessories, supplies and freshwater fish. Well established business, loyal client base, great revenue stream and a high profile locat...
231 Alexander Street Northeast, Salmon Arm, BC, V1E
Good cash flow for this commercial building with approx 8% ROI on asking price - Rent income from two main floor retail spaces, three residential apartments and two storage units. Located on one of Salmon Arm's busiest downtown core streets with a great location for retail, this is the second buildi...
Salmon Arm, Salmon Arm, BC
Beautifully decorated 1,200 square foot space just off the hotel lobby that features reception and seating area, quality retail displays, make up stations, fully equipped mani/pedi room, three serene esthetics rooms for spa and medi services, employee break room, ample stock space and laundry room a...
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