Regional District: Okanagan-Similkameen
When combined with our labour pool, infrastructure, and low overhead costs, Osoyoos' open door business support policy make it quick, easy, and less expensive to launch a new venture. Osoyoos' quality of life and increasingly diversified economy make it easy to attract skilled, talented people - the core of any successful business. These people continually bring new energy to an existing pool of available skilled workers. Osoyoos' Buena Vista Industrial Park features low-cost serviced lots that are available for purchase by private owners. A unique aspect of the Park is the ability to include a residential living space within your industrial project. Further space opportunities for commercial and tourism enterprises are also readily available. The total costs of establishing and operating your business in Osoyoos are lower than many comparable communities in Canada or the United States. Investors can expect access to one of the lowest electric utility rates in North America, affordable housing prices, competitive property tax rates, and low labour costs.
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2203 Dartmouth Dr, Penticton, BC
Business Centre expansion - 2 x 1277sq ft units available for purchase as a strata property.@Under construction now with an expected completion date of July 2018. Great access and customer parking. Units can be combined to create up to 5600sq ft including mezzanine. Square foot price of $250, which ...
Osoyoos BC, Osoyoos, BC
Very successful South Okanagan Winery for sale. This business was established in 2009 and has achieved excellent notoriety as a class A winery delivering incredible wines to the public. Ideal location and grounds with 19.5 acres of planted grapes....
9110 Main St, Osoyoos, BC, V0H 1V2
Unique 8.718 acre mixed-use residential development site on Peanut Lake in downtown Osoyoos within short walking distance to shopping and Lake Osoyoos. Development land area is approximately 6 acres with waterfrontage of 450 feet on Peanut Lake. Current CD8 zoning allows for a phased mixed-use high-...
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