Not that much lease-able commercial space available in the downtown core

News 100 blueBy Staff

March 12th, 2018



The Burlington Downtown Business Association (BDBA) is hustling commercial real estate to fill the few spaces there are in the downtown core.

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Brian Dean, Executive Director, Burlington Downtown Business Association working the phones.

Working with a recognizable brand (their own) and adding catchy headlines, the Association’s vinyl window campaign was recently launched in three vacant commercial spaces. “Burlington Downtown is in a very advantageous position”, states Brian Dean, Executive Director, BDBA, “we boast an enviable business location and access to growing markets with better than Canadian average household income.

BDBA wishes to keep this momentum moving forward by strengthening our leasing messaging – creating the right business mix for our future”.

To date, there are three installations, 409 Brant St. (former Elizabeth Interiors,) Village Square, behind Village Cigar Company & Barbershop and 390 Pearl Street. (Pine and Pearl).

David Hayward, Chair of the BDBA board said: “We are looking to expand the vinyl campaign to commercial and office within our downtown boundaries”,

The Burlington Downtown Business Association is a not-for-profit organization representing over 435 commercial property owners and businesses within the Business Improvement Area.

Burlington Downtown enjoys a commercial vacancy rate of less than 5.5%.

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