Regional District: North Okanagan
Located on the banks of the lovely Shuswap River, with the Enderby Cliffs soaring overhead, the City of Enderby offers a quaint downtown ambience filled with hidden gems, a bustling all-seasons tourism industry, and a diverse economy.
Enderby offers a wide array of business opportunities within a small town social fabric. Enderby is located centrally along Highway 97A, approximately 20 minutes north of Vernon and 20 minutes south of Salmon Arm, which provides the perfect mix of accessible amenities and transportation routes. Enderby is approximately 500 km (300 miles) from Calgary, Vancouver, Spokane and Seattle.
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Okanagan, Okanagan, BC
This business caters to owners of mainly high end residential properties. Most properties are vacation/seasonal homes. Services to each owner is uniquely customized to meet the discriminating needs of the client. For example: arrival/departure service, shopping (groceries etc.), cleaning/organizing,...
4300 27 St, Vernon, BC, V1T 4Y4
Plaza 43 is located on a high profile coner with excellent exposure and access along both 43rd Avenue and 27th Street. Plaza 43 presents a significant value-add opportunity with below market rents, an opportunity to reposition a freestanding building and reactivate an existing drive-thru....
Vernon, Vernon, BC
Turn key. Well established Business. Strong repeat clientele for 19 years. Excellent staff in place.@
Multiple Revenue Streams:@
- Vehicle Wraps
- Paint Protection
- Window Tinting
- Wholesale Distributor...
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