Regional District: Okanagan-Similkameen
Princeton is a dynamic, growing community in southern British Columbia. The Town sits at the gateway to BC's Southern Interior, just 300 kilometres from downtown Vancouver. The primary economic drivers are: - Forestry - Ranching - Tourism - Mining - Amenity migration (people selecting a place to live based on life style, not economic reasons) The town has a vibrant retail and services sector that reflects the needs of residents and the business community. Available commercial space in the Town's core is limited but there are usually properties available for purchase or lease. Princeton continues to benefit from a robust real estate market. New residential developments are underway in order to meet the needs of a growing community. The Princeton Business Park Phase II is now complete. 22 fully serviced light industrial lots located just minutes away from downtown. For details on the newest phase of the Princeton Business Park, click here. Princeton retains the "can-do" ethic of the men and women who settled this area starting 150 years ago; the settlers, prospectors, miners and ranchers. Our business community, Mayor and Council and Economic Development Office are ready to assist you to become part of our safe, forward moving Town.
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255 Vermilion Avenue, Princeton, BC
Cowboy Coffee/CoCo's Bistro is a restaurant investment opportunity located in Princeton, British Columbia featuring a coffee bar as well as a full service restaurant. Appealing front and back decks, comfortable dining room and favourite places to enjoy a meal or coffee. Cowboy Coffee/CoCo's is clo...
223 Burton Ave, Princeton, BC, V0X 1W0
Unique opportunity to purchase an income producing apartment building situated next to the Similkameen River in a growing city with enormous potential. Perfect for investors looking for steady revenue streams and high quality assets with low operating costs. Please see attached brochure for details....
Penticton, Penticton, BC
This is a rare opportunity to own a successful business and to take over a very functional 550sqft commercial kitchen in Penticton's industrial area. Use the brand to expand on existing sales or add it to your catering or food production business. Kitchen space boasts a large overhead door, parking,...
VICTORIA - As the province attracts increased investment opportunities, the new Aboriginal Business and Investment Council is ready to help move projects forward that create jobs for families across... continue
Successful partnerships can strengthen communities, companies and regions. That’s certainly the case for the Stk’emlupsemc te Sewepemc Nation (SSN), which represents two member bands of the Secwepemc Nation that joined forces to pursue economic development opportunities in B.C.&rsquo... continue
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Today, there are approximately 200,000 Indigenous people in British Columbia representing 198 distinct First Nations as well as Métis and Inuit gro...
Working closely with B.C.’s cherry growers, the federal government has secured access for fresh B.C. cherries to the Japanese market. Accordi...
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