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CenterBeam Place NEW availability!
New leasing availability at CenterBeam Place!
Old-World Character Combined with New-World Engineering. A much sought-after location for any company seeking an unparalleled work environment of beauty and efficiency.
5,658 sf or 6,633 sf options ready for tenant fit-up. These ‘brick & beam style’ office suites offer plenty of large windows and natural light, as well as private elevator access
VIEW/DOWNLOAD/PRINT Marketing Flyer HERE
Welcome Hatch to Uptown Saint John
58 King Street, Saint John, New Brunswick
Directly on the heals of Commercial Properties Limited announcing they were moving their offices from the 4th floor of 58 King to a much needed/expanded space at the Red Rose building, we are pleased to confirm that the space has been leased to Hatch. The space is 2,932 square feet (located above the radio station on King Street) and needed very little in the way of leasehold improvements to meet Hatch’s needs. The space has some exposed brick and an open ceiling offering a modern industrial feel while maintaining much of the heritage character of the building.
Hatch supplies engineering, project & construction, business consulting and operational services to the mining, metallurgical, energy and infrastructure industries. They are relocating their office from the Marr Road in Rothesay to the uptown core.
“We see Saint John as a growth market for us and this new location brings us closer to two of our major clients while also providing additional amenities for our staff such as nearby parks, coffee shops and eateries.” commented Lorne Flowers from Hatch.
Please join me in welcoming Hatch to Uptown Saint John.
Stephanie Turner represented the Landlord and Greg Brewster, Colliers represented the Tenant in the transaction.
$200k Price Reduction!
1655 Manawagonish Road, Saint John, NB
The seller has just instructed me to slash the price of this building by $200,000.
WAS $899,000…. NOW $699,000!
I often gets calls from people asking how much the church is on Manawagonish Road. I can understand why people may be confused as the sign out front says “Convention of Baptist Churches” but this is actually a 15,000 square foot brick office building that was built in 1981, sits on 2 acres of land and enjoys beautiful views of the Fundy coast. For more information on this amazing opportunity including more photos CLICK HERE
P.S. Desks were custom ordered for the offices and are available as part of the sale (subject to negotiations)
T4G is Moving Uptown (more pics)
384 Lancaster Avenue, Saint John, NB
T4G has announced that they are moving their Saint John operation to an uptown location. As such, they have put their building, located at 384 Lancaster Avenue, on the market. The decision to move uptown is motivated by their desire to be a bigger part of the knowledge and tech industry in Saint John. This is just one more nod to the increasing vibrancy that uptown Saint John has been experiencing recently and helps foster the Brick Park “knowledge park” movement which is aimed to grow the cluster of knowledge industry companies working in close proximity uptown.
T4G is still considering options for their new location.
For more information on 384 Lancaster Avenue opportunity click HERE
Note: Some photos of the interior of 384 Lancaster Ave can be seen below.
JUST LISTED: 1,041 s.f. in Red Rose
12 Smythe Street, Saint John, NB “Red Rose”, Suite 126 LEASED
1,041 sq ft of office space available for lease in the beautiful Red Rose building. This unique space features exposed brick and stone. Currently laid out with reception, 2 offices, storage room and small lunchroom/server room.
This iconic building was constructed in 1903 for the Red Rose Tea Company. Full restoration and conversion into offices was completed in 2001. Located in Saint John’s Central Business District with monthly and hourly adjacent surface parking. For more info on building and other suites available CLICK HERE
Asking rent: $12.00/sq ft + $15.12/sq ft (CAM & Taxes)
Dealermine announces another strategic move
In the wake of the recent announcement that Dealermine is moving their head office from the KV to uptown, they are now ready to announce that, in the spring of 2016, they will be relocating their business development centre from 370 Rothesay Ave to Place 400 and tripling the size of their space. “Our location in the former Ponderosa building on Rothesay Ave has served us well for the last 8 years but (more…)
Office suites in the sweet spot!
44 Chipman Hill, Saint John, New Brunswick LEASED
3 nicely finished offices just came on the market in Brunswick House. Not only are they perfectly located at the centre of the internal pedway system, they are the perfect size (range from 1900 sq ft – 3,500 sq ft) for small to medium size businesses that are ready to take it up a notch!
Brunswick House features a modern white granite and stainless steel interior design and offers waterfront views from some suites. When considering new office space you want to make sure you’re comfortable that the building you’re moving to is going to be an asset to your company and that prospective employees will see it as an attractive place to work. Brunswick House has it in spades. For more info on how tenants decide which buildings to take space in click HERE
For more info on Brunswick House and the office suites available click HERE
9 key aspects of the work environment that effect employees
SOMERSET SQUARE was the first privately owned LEED building in Saint John. LEED stands for Leadership in Energy, and Environmental Design. It is a gold rated building adding tremendous value to the North End of Saint John. According to Efficiency NB “It meant reclaiming a plot of land that had been contaminated by years of commercial use to put up a showcase building that has been a very positive addition to a neighbourhood that has seen little development in recent years.” Source: www.efficencynb.com
World Green Building Council has done in-depth research on the benefits of LEED buildings that motivate employees and increase efficiency. According to the REPORT, key factors that affect the work environment include:
- Air Quality
- Heating & Cooling
- Daylighting and Lighting
- Interior Layout
- Look and Feel
- Active Design and Exercise
- Amenities and Location
Research has shown the significant importance on each of these aspects in boosting employee morale and efficiency.
If you are interested in reading more about LEED buildings click HERE to view the full report.
For info on leasing space in Somerset Square click HERE
A room with a view. Biophilia and why it affects employees
The biophilia hypothesis suggests that there is an instinctive bond between human beings and other living systems. Thirty years ago, Harvard University biologist Edward O. Wilson, PhD, proposed the idea that access to the natural environment can positively affect a person’s health. Dozens of studies have followed in the years since, many of which have confirmed the hypothesis and found that people are measurably more relaxed when given access to views of the natural environment. source: www.thefreelibrary.com
The biophelia hypothesis is so widely accepted that many office building developers now consider biophilia in their design and LEED building certification lists it as one of the key factors that motivate employees and increase efficiency.
SOMERSET SQUARE in Saint John, New Brunswick is a LEED Gold certified building.
LEASED: 77 Germain Street BEFORE & AFTER PICS
Appnovation announced on Aug 14th, 2014 that they were coming to Saint John and that they would be creating 63 jobs here. They arrived earlier to scout for space for their new Saint John office and what they found was a diamond in the rough on the top floor of 77 Germain Street (many people know this building as 40 King Street – our city’s hub of economic development agencies)
The floor had previously been used to house some large computer equipment and had never been restored to match the lower floors. This “raw” space became vacant and available in 2014 and Appnovation saw the potential.
Stephanie partnered with Justin Omichinski, Avison Young, Vancouver to represent Appnovation in their search and lease negotiations.
BEFORE & AFTER PICS