Truro Colchester is a great place to do business thanks to its great central location on the Halifax-to-Moncton growth corridor, access to additional markets, proven industry sustainability, and the best competitive cost advantage location in Atlantic Canada.
From our six business parks and restored historical properties to downtown hotspots and brand-new buildings, there are more choices now than ever before for business owners.
The Truro Business Park is home to nearly 70 existing businesses which perform a wide variety of uses such as distribution, manufacturing, processing, and warehousing, with the largest employers in textiles and plastics. Resident businesses include Northeast Nutrition, Scotsburn/Agropur and Truro Cannabis Inc.
Major distribution operations like Sobeys, Home Hardware and Tim Hortons are located in the Debert Industrial Park. Like many property options the Greater Truro Area, we offer close proximity to major East Coast markets without the high costs associated with a metropolitan area.
Sites clearly visible from the 102 Highway northbound and southbound, the Power centre offers Sixty-eight (68) acres of fully serviced premium commercial land. Resident businesses include major hotels, Super 8 and the Hampton Inn & Suites, and the park is also home to the 7 screen Cineplex Theatre.
With closer proximity to Halifax, Stewiacke River Crossing is a 120-acre development which includes multi-unit and single family homes, with commercial and retail space. This development is your opportunity to enjoy the charm of a small town with the key amenities and services of a bigger centre.
The Truro Heights Business Park offers several remaining lots conveniently located off Exit 13 on Highway 102. This private development is managed by Andrew Lake of Will-Kare Paving. Please contact Andrew (email@example.com) to discuss remaining lots.
Just outside of the Town of Truro, Exit 14A Properties Ltd comprises of a land development project of approximately 100 acres of serviceable land. This development is made up of highway commercial land at the intersection of the 102 and 104 highways in Truro, Nova Scotia. Current tenants include John Deere, Nissan, Holland Case and North East Truck & Trailer.