For Lease
$24.00/sf

3,750 sf Commercial Space with Highway Exposure

102 - 8860 201 Street
Willoughby, LANGLEY

3,750 SF | Retail | Industrial

The Opportunity

3,750 sf Commercial Space with Highway Exposure
3,750 sf Commercial Space with Highway Exposure
3,750 sf Commercial Space with Highway Exposure
3,750 sf Commercial Space with Highway Exposure
3,750 sf Commercial Space with Highway Exposure
3,750 sf Commercial Space with Highway Exposure

Presenting the opportunity to lease a 3,750 square foot commercial space with excellent highway exposure and access. Located in the Interchange Corporate Centre, an established commercial complex, the subject property neighbours Flaman Fitness, Dead Frog Brewery, Premium Label Outlet, Harley Davidson, Sandman Hotel and Moxies. The unit is currently built out as a snowboard shop and would be ideally suited for a showroom, brewery or automotive parts store.

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Summary

Property
Attributes

Total Premise Size

3,750 sf

Ceiling Height:

23 ft

Bay Doors:

1

Price

Basic Rent

$24.00/sf

Additional Rent:

$6.54/sf

Monthly Rent:

$9,543.75 + GST

Location

102 - 8860 201 Street
Willoughby, LANGLEY

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Property
Features

  • Highway exposure signage opportunities
  • Ample surface parking
  • 23’ ceiling height
  • 1 bay door
  • 750 sf (approximate) concrete mezzanine
  • Large street facing windows

About The
Location

The subject property is located in Langley’s 200th Street Corridor, the geographical epicentre of the Lower Mainland. It has been recognized by many businesses as a strategic location due to its accessibility, exposure and convenience. Highway 1, Carvolth Park & Ride, and the Golden Ears Bridge are all just minutes away, providing quick and efficient access across Metro Vancouver.

The surrounding area is Langley’s northern gateway, Carvolth, which is a growing and bustling area offering a variety of amenities within walking distance. The neighbouring communities include the residential neighborhoods of Walnut Grove, Latimer and Yorkson as well as the popular industrial submarket of Port Kells.