High Plains Industrial Park - About the Park

About the Park

Located immediately north of the City of Calgary in Rocky View County, High Plains Industrial Park spans over 1,100 acres and can accommodate business of nearly any size.  High Plains is home to many regional distribution center customers including Sobeys (1.3 MSF), Smucker Foods Canada (395,000 SF), and Gordon Food Service (275,000 SF).  Additionally, nearby Rocky View County regional distribution centers include Walmart (1 MSF), Petco, and Costco.

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Amenities

High Plains Industrial Park is conveniently located in close proximity to the CrossIron Mills mall. This mega-mall is the third largest enclosed shopping centre in Alberta and consists of 1.1 MSF square feet of retail space.  Amenities are easily accessed in Northeast Calgary via Dwight McLellan, future TWP RD 261, Highway 2, and Stoney Trail (Ring Road). Country Hills Town Centre is less than 10 minutes from High Plains and offers amenities such as Tim Hortons, A&W, Quizno’s and many others.

Park Infrastructure Highlights

With advanced infrastructure and innovative site design features, High Plains Industrial Park is a rare opportunity for medium and large industrial businesses. Our lots are fully-serviced, including sanitary and potable water. The site will also incorporate a unique storm water management system. Electric power, natural gas, telephone, and high-speed internet services are located near High Plains Industrial Park and will be provided by local utility companies.

High Plains Industrial Park has been conceptualized with a focus on the environment. A sophisticated storm water management system on site provides water for industrial processes and allows tenants to participate in an innovative environmental and educational project.

Rocky View County Tax Advantage

Rocky View County has a millage rate that is approximately 24% lower than the City of Calgary and does not assess a business tax.  According to the Altus Group – High Plains Comparative Property & Business Tax Analysis, a High Plains Park tenant will save approximately 42% or $1.38 / sf / year over a ten-year lease term when compared to the City of Calgary.

Rocky View County’s industrial district is strategically located, allowing for easy access to major thoroughfares and workforces in both Calgary and Airdrie. As a result, the area has emerged as a distribution and logistics hub, and is currently home to Sobey’s (1,300,000 square feet), Walmart (expanding to nearly 1,000,000 square feet), and Gordon Food Service (275,000+ square feet).

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