Expanding or Relocating

Location Advantages

The Greater Truro Area has two municipal business parks, the Millbrook First Nations Power Centre and several private commercial developments - all are centrally located in Nova Scotia with direct access to the 100 Series Highway.

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  • Major Trans-Canada Highways (#102 and #104) and properties 40-60min to Halifax, Capital of Nova Scotia (population 414,000).
     

  • Location in a major commercial center, and the largest Town along the Halifax to Moncton Growth Corridor.
     

  • Direct rail line access within two Parks, located at the intersection of Atlantic Canada’s main north-south and east-west rail lines.
     

  • Cost competitive business location compared to major cities/towns in Canada or the United States, according to recent KPMG studies on International Business Location Costs.

Business Parks & Development Properties

DEBERT

Major distribution operations like Sobeys, Home Hardware and Tim Hortons are located in the Debert Industrial Park. Like many property options the Greater Truro Area, we offer close proximity to major East Coast markets without the high costs associated with a metropolitan area.

STEWIACKE

A 120-acre development embraces space for residential and commercial growth in the town of Stewiacke.

LOWER TRURO

The Truro Heights Business Park offers several remaining lots conveniently located off Exit 13 on Highway 102.

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MILLBROOK

Sites clearly visible from the 102 Highway northbound and southbound, the Power centre offers Sixty-eight (68) acres of fully serviced premium commercial land.

TRURO

The Truro Business Park is home to nearly 70 existing businesses which perform a wide variety of uses such as distribution, manufacturing, processing, and warehousing, with the largest employers in textiles and plastics.

EXIT 14A

Exit 14A Properties Ltd comprises of a land development project of approximately 100 acres of serviceable land that is made up of highway commercial land at the intersection of the 102 and 104 highways in Truro, Nova Scotia. The project is on-going.

Need Specifics?

Contact us. One of our regional Business Development Officers would be happy to discuss your business needs. Email info@tcpep.ca or call 902-890-3120

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