If you’re looking for a new office or retail storefront, Greater Moncton has several interesting spaces available in the market. Some are located close to large developments that are set to open this fall, like the new Downtown Events Centre and Costco.
From big box retail spaces to modern offices to chic smaller spaces, here are a few spots around the region you might find interesting:
Seated adjacent to the new Costco store that’s set to open in the fall, Granite Centre has spaces ranging from 1,500 square feet to 45,000 square feet available for lease. They could be used for office space, retail strip, a big box store or stand-alone shops. Located off of Elmwood Drive and the Trans-Canada Highway, Granite Centre offers high exposure and easy access for consumers.
Around 6,020 square feet of space is available for lease on the sixth floor of this 130,000-square-foot building that hosts the offices of the Business Development Bank of Canada and Tangerine Bank, among others. The Class A building is ideally situated near the Downtown Events Centre, the bus and train station, a Sobeys, Good Life gyms, as well as some shops and restaurants. The space for lease features an open concept design, a large eat-in kitchen, and free surface parking for up to 20 vehicles.
Commerce Place is a 60,000-square-foot, six-storey Class A office space located in Moncton’s Central Business District in the downtown core. Around 5,533 square feet is available on the building’s fourth floor. The building is home to firms like Bank of Montreal, Grant Thorton, Kelly Sevices, ACOA and RBC Dominion, and is connected to the City Hall.
This chic three-storey building is situated right across the Wingate Hotel, the Cultural Arts Centre, City Hall and the Farmers Market in downtown Dieppe. The building also has retail stores on the first floor. There are two suites of 1,624 square feet and 2,284 square feet available for lease.
Located on 644 Main St., the nine-storey building has suites ranging from 527 square feet to 5,368 square feet available for lease. Anchored by Medavie Blue Cross’ offices and the Moncton Public Library, the building that was built in 1988 and expanded in 2006 has a side that faces the Petitcodiac River and another that faces Main Street, Moncton’s downtown core.