Why Invest Here?
Processing Plants & Distribution
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GRAYSON BUSINESS PARK Twenty city-owned lots are serviced, commercially zoned, and priced ready for sale. These lots range in size up from 0.5 acre to 1.6 acres complete with sewer and water, storm sewer, fire hydrants, natural gas, power, and curbs with heavy haul asphalt streets. As an investment attraction incentive, the City provides the Purchase with an Environmental Phase One. Furthermore, any company that creates more than 60 new jobs in manufacturing or processing will receive a five-year 100% tax abatement.
Grayson Business Park is located in the northeast quadrant of the city and has direct access to the Trans-Canada Highway ideally situated halfway between Calgary and Winnipeg and less than an hour from Regina. Grayson Business Park is highly regarded by site selectors, providing immediate availability to fully serviced commercial parcels of land with paved roads. Parcel sizes also start at 1/3 acre to now meet the needs of smaller operations.
The City of Moose Jaw also has other parcels of unserviced industrial and commercial lands available. Please see Contact Us (Economic Development Services) for more information on specific sites.
PRIVATELY OWNED COMMERCIAL and INDUSTRIAL LAND is available located in/near the City of Moose Jaw and ready for sale – please contact your local commercial real estate agent for more details.
FARMLAND Investors worldwide are turning to agricultural land as a form of stable, productive investment. From food to animal feed to biofuels, the increasing uses for arable land have led some to call it “the oil of the 21st century.”Southern Saskatchewan is one of the most fertile agricultural areas in North America. If you have ever eaten pasta, the odds are that is was made from durum wheat grown in southern Saskatchewan. The region is also a major source of oil crops such as canola. It has recently become a dominant player in the world trade in pulse crops, such as beans, peas and lentils.
The Heartland lies at the middle of some of southern Saskatchewan’s most fertile land and has been identified as a potential future centre for biofuel production. The area offers many opportunities for affordably priced land investment.