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(construction begin in March 2020)

Warehouse, CROSS DOCKING, located in downtown Gatineau, Hull district. The construction will be food-grade and refrigerated. Additional Sq.Ft. can be add and refrigerated or freezing zones.

One of the only one location in downtown Gatineau, Hull district, with a warehouse between Gatineau and Aylmer and at 3 KM from downtown Ottawa . The location provides economy and speed of travel to yours costumers, min. 2.5 hours per day per truck of savings.

Section B - Warehouse/Cross dock :

2,500 sq.ft. (FOR RENTAL)

  • 3 loading dock refrigerated
  • 1 full floor door (shared)
  • Height 12'
  • 600 volts, 3 phases, power
Complete Description
Complete Description

Property features

Asking Price
Price Term
Available as of
Space Area Minimum
2 500 ft² (232.26 m²)
Space Area Maximum
5 500 ft² (510.97 m²)
Building Space Area
14 690 ft² (1 364.75 m²)
Ground Space Area
30 000 ft² (2 787.09 m²)
Number of rooms
Number of business units
Year of construction
Number of parking lots
Certificate of location
BAIL NNN (Frais communs et d'opérations-énergies),sauf réfrigération
Available from
May 1st 2020

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$3,450 / monthly
May 1st 2020

Warehouse for rent

No. 878185

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