For Lease
$26/sf

Up to 7,762 SF High Exposure Retail Space

1575 McCallum Road
ABBOTSFORD

1,382- 7,762 SF | Retail
MOVE IN SPRING 2018

The Opportunity

Up to 7,762 SF High Exposure Retail Space
Up to 7,762 SF High Exposure Retail Space
UDistrict Draft Land Use Map

This property represents the opportunity to lease up to 7,762 sf of retail space in a new mixed-use development in Abbotsford’s emerging UDistrict neighbourhood. The building consists of ground level retail space and five stories of residential units with parking at the rear. The building is currently under construction with estimated possession as early as May 2018. The building’s exposure and location make it ideally suited for a restaurant/cafe, medical office, bank, or any service oriented business.

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Summary

Property
Attributes

Total Premise Size

1,382 - 7,762 sf

Price

Basic Rent

$26/sf

BASIC RENT

$26.00/sf - $28.00/sf

ADDITIONAL RENT

$9.80/sf

Location

1575 McCallum Road
ABBOTSFORD

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Property
Features

  • Corner exposure at a controlled intersection
  • Signage opportunities
  • Shell space allows for custom build out
  • 45 surface parking stalls at rear of the building
  • Multiple access/egress points
  • Just off of Highway 1 (over 74,000 vehicles per day)
  • Walking distance to UFV
  • Move in Summer 2018 (possession Spring 2018)

About The
Location

The subject property is located in the UDistrict, strategically positioned on McCallum Road at the intersection of King Road, one block south of the Highway 1 interchange and one block west of the University of the Fraser Valley and Abbotsford Centre. The UDistrict Neighbourhood plan was adopted in May 2018. One of the plan’s key goals is to provide more housing and shopping in the immediate neighbourhood, which is forecasted to be home to 5,650 people by 2040.

The UDistrict will be Abbotsford’s “most dynamic and pedestrian orientated neighbourhood”. Located minutes from Downtown Abbotsford, the area will be
“the hub for the Fraser Valley’s creative class.”