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FOR SALE - Ubertor
FOR SALE
210 ACRES OF PRIME
INVESTMENT/DEVELOPMENT
LAND IN AIRDRIE, AB
PROPERTY HIGHLIGHTS: Recently annexed into the City of Airdrie. New
neighbors include the Costco Distribution Centre for Southern Alberta, Trans
Canada Turbines, Van Fax, and Propak Systems energy industry equipment
manufacturing. The location offers easy 2 MINUTE access to the QE2 Highway.
Just 20 MINUTES to CALGARY INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT. AN EXCEPTIONAL INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY.
For information contact:
Ben Eby
or
Larry Zimmerman
RE/MAX
Mountain View
#222, 4625 Varsity Drive NW,
Calgary, AB
403-247-5171
AIRDRIE land INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY
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Prime 210 Acres in Airdrie, Alberta.
Strategically located In the centre of Alberta's economic
heartland.
Commercial/light industrial zoning potential.
Excellent buy and hold property 5 km north of Calgary
WITH EASY QE 2 ACCESS.
Alberta’s economy is accelerating. There is no better time to
buy top quality, WELL POSITIONED, investment land than
now. This 210 acre property provides a rare opportunity to acquire prime investment/development land in this exceptional
location.
Re/Max Mountain View Ltd.
#222 - 4625 Varsity Dr. N.W. Calgary, AB T3A 0Z9
Executive Summary
Legal
Title 1: 119.85 Acres in NE 14, Twsp 27, Rge. 29, W of 4
Title 2: 90.64 Acres in NW14, Twsp 27, Rge.29, W of 4
The Lands
210 Acres in Airdrie, AB.
An excellent opportunity for an investor/
developer to acquire a high profile property
with easy access to QE2 Highway.
Land Use
The lands are currently without zoning designation that is applicable to the City of Airdrie development guidelines. The City of Airdrie has indicated a preference for light industrial/
commercial components. could include a low profile business/office complexes/medical centres,
etc., in combination with the existing estate home
component. Land Use mentioned herein is speculative only. Ultimately, the developer/investor
working in conjunction with the City of Airdrie
will determine land use.
Land Profile
The lands are one mile wide from east to west and
less than one-half mile in depth, north to south.
The property has an elevation that puts it
slightly above the surrounding lands, providing
views of downtown Calgary’s buildings and also,
the Rocky Mountains to the west. The land is gently rolling and has no severe grades or potential drainage issues.
LIST Price Per Acre $140,000.00
Planning , Land Development and information
Link for the City of Airdrie And rocky view
county :
http://www.airdrie.ca/annexation/annexation.cfm
AIRDRIE
Airdrie, AB is a rapidly expanding, fully modern city
with a current population of 45,000. located 5km north of
Calgary AB, which has a population closing on 1,200,000.
The Queen Elizabeth Highway runs through Airdrie giving it status within this dynamic economic corridor. Because of this location Airdrie is a favored oil field
equipment manufacturing and
service centre. It has
also become a major distribution point for the retail giants, Costco and Target, amongst others.
Synopsis: The City of Airdrie, and likewise the subject
property, will continue to benefit from the expansive
nature of the cities and towns in this great economic
corridor. Fueled by oil exploration, oil field servicing,
oil refining, the petro-chemical industry, and located
within a vast and highly-productive agriculture area,
which
Includes grain production, farming and ranching, there is every reason to consider the excellent potential of these lands now offered for sale.
NOTE: A WELL ESTABLISHED REGIONAL CHURCH HAS AN OPTION TO PURCHASE A 20.5 ACRE PARCEL OF LAND WITHIN THIS 210 ACRE
PROPERTY. THE TENTATIVE DEVELOPMENT PLAN SHOWS THE CHURCH LAND BLOCK AS LOCATED IN THE S.W. CORNER OF THE SUBJECT LANDS . WHEN DEVELOPED THE CHURCH PROPERTY WILL PROVIDE A SUBSTANTIAL PORTION OF THE GREEN BUFFER ZONE REQUIRED FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE EXISTING ACREAGE/RESIDENTIAL PROPERTIES TO THE SOUTH AND FUTURE INDUSTRIAL/
COMMERCIAL PROPERTIES TO THE NORTH. THE CHURCH OPTION WILL PROVIDE THE PURCHASER OF THE LANDS WITH AN APPROXIMATE 25% RETURN ON THE INITIAL PURCHASE PRICE
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Boomtown — Airdrie booming after first four months of 2012
By James Emery — Editor
A good selection of properties to choose from at a cost of 20 per cent less than Calgary has new home
buyers flocking to Airdrie.
The Calgary Real Estate Board (CREB) said for the first four months of the year, Airdrie’s 38 per cent
year-over-year sales growth outpaced Calgary’s in the same period.
“While there are several lifestyle choices that draw people to the city, Airdrie is attracting consumers
with young families who are able to purchase a single-family home that is typically newer and offers a
larger lot than what is available in (Calgary),” explained Bob Jablonski, CREB’s president.
Improving amenities in Airdrie are also attracting new residents to the city, something communities in
Calgary’s north do not necessarily provide, the CREB said.
The CREB statistics show that the benchmark price for a typical single family home in Airdrie hit
$356,900, which is a 3.5 per cent increase over the previous year.
However, the CREB said the index shows the single-family prices remain 8.5 per cent below 2007 peak
levels.
“As is the case with the entire Calgary region, housing demand is currently being fuelled by the improving economic conditions, including growth in full-time employment and migration,” said Ann-Marie Lurie,
CREB®’s chief economist.
Airdrie has nearly doubled in size since 2002.
With 2012 census numbers about to be released, significant population growth is expected again this
year, explained Leona Esau, an economic development officer with the City of Airdrie.
The population surge, coupled with increase in demand for housing, will be good for business.
“We’ve been quite busy,” Esau said. “Development permits, tenancy permits and business licences are
up in the first quarter of this year.”
Esau said the city has seen an increase in interest and some movement on land that has sat vacant in
the city since the mid-2000s.
“We’re just getting a lot of inquiries from businesses looking to locate here in retail,” she said. “Housing
boom and population growth is followed by a retail and commercial growth.”
In 2005, the city issued a total of 1,057 commercial, retail, industrial and home-based business licences.
In 2011, the total licences number spiked to 1,680.
“We’re seeing strong growth in our storefronts,” Esau added. “That’s actually your commercial and industrial buildings, which is really exciting.”
Mark Locking, director of corporate properties and community safety for the City of Airdrie, said building
permits are up 30 per cent since the end of April compared to the same time last year.
Locking said homebuyers having choice is a key reason so many are flocking to town and many are taking advantage of low interest rates.
There is a host of residential buildings to choose from, including single-family or multi-family units.
“The good aspect to the diversity here is it provides a multi-type of building construction to ensure there
is diversity and selection,” Locking said.
Locking also said the city has seen tremendous growth in accessory permits -- like detached garages or
decks -- as well as steady growing in commercial and industrial permits.
“That’s a good growth to see,” he said. “We do want to see expansion of our business sector and that
increases employment opportunities.”
Locking said Airdrie is a desirable place to live and work and believes that is attracting new residents.
“We’re always called the little city that could,” he said. “We continue to be the city that could.”

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