Industrial/commercial lands currently available
Expressions of interest now being accepted to purchase the Olde Towne Landmark Site
The Town of Okotoks is accepting Expression of Interest for the Olde Towne Landmark Site, located at 34 McRae Street, in the downtown business core . This parcel is the ideal location for a high quality mixed/ multi use building development that actively engages the pedestrian streetscape and adds to the vibrancy of the downtown area. Learn more
Southbank Business District: TriStar Communities Lands (near Hwy 7 & 32nd Street situated north & east of Costco/retail area.
Industrial parcels are currently available FOR SALE with several lots already subdivided. Private industrial lands owned by TriStar Communities. (95.6 Net Acres east of Cimarron neighbourhood) Zoned South Business Industrial District (I-1S) Lots available immediately. Interested? Please contact Tri-Star Communities at 403-640-0708 or see package below. See package under Related Publications.
Southbank Business District: Development by BURNSWEST (immediately east of Tristar's Southbank development on Hwy 7)
Municipal Industrial lots for sale. (29 acres) McAlpine Crossing (32nd Street Corridor and Bridge) provides excellent access. Zoned I-3 with a discretionary list of uses. Restrictive convenants are registered on the lands with respect to land use. Expansion of traditional industrial land uses. Contact Okotoks Economic Development at 403-938-8907 if interested in finding out more information.
Overall: Optimal land uses will meet desired criteria such as: non-polluting, high assessment and employment per acre. These could include high tech, knowledge based industry, research, and "green" manufacturing (recycled products, environmental products, value-added processing, etc.).
The majority of new commercial activity is zoned commercial highway, gateway commercial, and industrial and is being constructed in a variety of neighbourhoods including Northridge/Southridge Drive, Drake Landing, Westmount, Southbank Business Park and the Okotoks Business Park expansion area. See packages under Related Publications.
Elma Street is a turn of the century heritage street running parallel to the mainstreet that has a mix of residential and commercial properties. Commercial projects on this street include boutique stores, office spaces, medical, health wellness and beauty, and antique stores. Mainstreet (Elizabeth/McRae) has several redevelopment and land development opportunities, and is being targeted for professional, entertainment, tourism, culture and arts, and high end retail land uses. Future commercial expansion in the downtown core is anticipated on South Railway Street, and North Railway Street East.