COMMERCIAL LAND

Cornwall commercial land is similarly priced in relation to other cities.
Cornwall is home to a number of qualified contractors that are experienced in commercial and industrial construction.

Mayor Brian Sylvester was pleased to welcome Presse Commerce to Cornwall's business community. Cornwall is well suited to the call centre industry, with its competitive operation costs, bilingualism, and skilled labour force market.

There are several sources of information for businesses and entrepreneurs looking to establish operations in Cornwall, starting with Cornwall Economic Development. Cornwall Economic Development is the primary relocation guide, expand or establish new operations in the City. Should other offices or organizations have a role to play, the Cornwall Economic Development officials will facilitate meetings with the key people responsible for the programs involved.

Industrial park zoning and costs of land become important factors. Lease rates and sale prices are amongst the lowest in North America. Some of the available facilities offer a waterfront location, others offer a setting in a heritage building, while still others offer a high profile, high traffic location. Labour Force One of the largest cost factors for many companies is human resources.

Eastern Ontario's City of Opportunity in Ottawa Region
The City of Cornwall enjoys a strategic location in prosperous Ottawa Region Eastern Ontario. Situated on the banks of the mighty St. Lawrence River it is immediately adjacent to Highway 401 and the Quebec City-Windsor rail corridor.

The City of Cornwall has a long and proud tradition as an industrial and business expension centre in Eastern Ontario. Ideally located in Canada's most important traffic corridor, Cornwall has proven to be a strategic location for a variety of firms servicing both domestic and international markets.

Cornwall commercial land is similarly priced in relation to other cities.
Cornwall is home to a number of qualified contractors that are experienced in commercial and industrial construction.

City of Cornwall Ontario Canada - Economic Development's Site Selection Guide
You're in good company in Cornwall.

The new centre will mean that Cornwall will be able to offer more and better services to its residents, said Mayor Sylvester.
Direct investment in industrial estate, with a joint venture purchase of five Ontario shopping centres. The Board and Osmington Inc. have purchased the properties, totalling over 2.2 million square feet, for approximately $300 million. A Toronto based firm owned by Osmington Inc., will manage the property. Very excited about the addition of these great centres to our portfolio.
The Cornwall Square was constructed in the downtown core in 1979, and features 252,502 square feet of retail space.

Ideally located in Canada's most important traffic corridor, Cornwall has proven to be a strategic location for a variety of firms servicing both domestic and international markets. Over the last decade Cornwall has witnessed a significant diversification of its manufacturing sector. High growth industries such as electronics, plastics and biotechnology are represented in the City's industrial park, and local firms in more traditional sectors have increased their ability to compete in global markets.
The City of Cornwall enjoys a strategic location in prosperous Eastern Ontario.