41-44 GEORGE STREET Guelph, 9.35 Acres For High Density Residential

4643

Property ID

87,000 Acres

Size

Description

Unique residential Redevelopment opportunity with 1,500 Feet of frontage on the Speed River. 4 separate parcels of lands total 9.35 Acres. Sandwiched between the Speed River and 1,300 Linear Feet along the Downtown Guelph Trail which connects you to downtown in a scenic 2 KM walk. Currently the property consists of 87,000 Square feet of industrial buildings, although the Land Use
map for the City of Guelph determines that the site is designated as “High Density Residential” which consists of an allowable 150 Units/Hectare and a maximum of 10 stories. Once the onfidentiality Agreement has been executed by the purchaser, then a full Confidentiality Information Memorandum will be provided along with all due-diligence documents.

Extra info:

  • Environmental Studies complete
  • GRCA setback analysis completed
  • Archaeological Study completed
  • Noise and Vibration study commenced
  • Existing buildings being Sold As-Is
  • where Is without existing owners
  • equipment and machinery
  • Existing owner/user willing to occupy
  • beyond closing for 1 year
  • Preliminary conversations with City
  • Planning and Engineering

Address

Address: 41-44 GEORGE STREET Guelph , ON N2J 1K6
  • Country: Canada
  • Province / State: ONTARIO
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  • Property ID 4643
  • Price $21,900,000
  • Property Type Land
  • Property status For Sale
  • Size 87,000 Acres
  • Label Sale
  • Lot Size 9.35 Acres (+/-)
  • Land Use Future Zoning High Density Residential
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File Attachments

41-44_George_Street_Brochure.pdf Download
GRCA-Impact-Van-Harten-Surveying.pdf Download

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