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This high quality industrial building was built in 2004 by Bourque Industrial and was later sold in 2009 to E.S. Fox Limited.
Located in the Spruce Lake Industrial Park and listed for $2,995,000, the 26,000+ square foot building sits on 27 acres of land (7 acres fenced and secured) and boast impressive 54′ ceilings, 4 cranes and in-floor radiant heat. The end of the building features a 40′ x 60′ folding “hanger” style door.
Although E.S. Fox has not used the building for several years, the property has been leased to a variety of local businesses. Tenants such as Lorneville Mechanical, Irving Oil and MSI Marine have all occupied the building for project based work in recent years.
The closing occurred on December 18th, 2020
Stephanie Turner of Brunswick Brokers was the listing agent.
855 Bayside Drive, Saint John, New Brunswick
14,000+sq ft Industrial Warehouse available immediate for sub-lease or purchase.
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340 King William Road, Saint John, New Brunswick
A 10,000+ industrial warehouse building and fenced compound in the Spruce Lake Industrial Park has been leased. The Landlord is Sandav Holdings Ltd out of St John’s NFLD. The property has had many used over the years including being the NB home-base for Household Movers & Shippers, a Coca-Cola distribution centre and most recently was leased to GFL Environmental Inc. Upgrades will be performed on the building and lands over the next few months. The new tenants expects to take possession around August 1st of this year.
Stephanie Turner was the listing agent.
405 King William Road, Saint John
A 24,000+ sq ft industrial building located in the Spruce Lake Industrial Park owned by E.S. Fox has been leased on a short term basis (9-15 months) to a large industrial occupier as swing space to accommodate a refurbishment at the Tenant’s permanent facility. This comes directly on the heals of two earlier short terms leases.
The building was originally built for large component manufacturing and is pretty unique in the market. The ceilings are over 50 feet high and one end of the building opens up like an airplane hanger. The building sits on 27 acres of land in the Spruce Lake Industrial Park and is located in close proximity to the new barge terminal.
There are many reasons why a business may have short term requirements such as contract fulfillment, temporary storage or swing space. Although finding a long term tenant or buyer for the facility is preferred, E.S. Fox is pleased to have found multiple opportunities to lease the space to local businesses requiring short term facilities.
405 King William Road, Saint John
As reported by HUDDLE, Lorneville Mechanical Contractor’s Ltd (“Lorneville”) announced this week that they won a contract to fabricate large modules as part of an expansion at the Irving Oil Refinery. Although they’re manufacturing the components at their current facility in the Spruce Lake Industrial Park, they required additional space. The nearby E.S. Fox building located at 405 King William Road was vacant and on the market. They’re using the Fox building for their tooling group and for some material storage associated with the project. “Given the short term nature of the contact, it didn’t make financial sense to purchase the building but we were fortunate enough to be able to negotiate a 9 month lease of the facility” says Todd Bethune, Lorneville’s C.F.O. There were other ways to satisfy the requirement for additional space but the close proximity to Lorneville’s current facility made the E.S. Fox building an ideal solution and both sides were pleased to be able to hammer out a deal.
The 24,000 sq ft facility with 54’ clear ceiling height sits on 27 acres of land and is ideal for large module manufacturing. It will continue to be marketed for sale or lease and will be vacated by Lorneville in early March 2018. For more information on 405 King William Road click HERE
Stephanie Turner represented both the Landlord and Tenant in the transaction