Queens plans sought by city

Purchase proposals are now being sought for lots in Red Deer’s newly-developed Queens Business Park, located west of Hwy 2, across from the Edgar Industrial Park.

Purchase proposals are now being sought for lots in Red Deer’s newly-developed Queens Business Park, located west of Hwy 2, across from the Edgar Industrial Park.

Howard Thompson, Land and Economic Development manager for the City of Red Deer, has announced a deadline of June 4 for submissions, including preliminary site plans and refundable deposits.

“Due to the proximity of this business park to a major highway, the city is sensitive to the type of business uses and the quality of proposed developments,” Thompson said in a prepared statement.

He described the park as an ideal location for businesses that want good exposure and access to more than two million people who live within a 90-minute drive.

Queens Business Park includes 120 acres of industrial land and five acres of commercial. Industrial lots can range in size from one to 50 acres, said Thompson.

Details are available on the City of Red Deer website at www.reddeer.ca/land.

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