A prestige industrial site comprising 168-acres of city-owned land. Strategically located adjacent to Highway 40, just 2-kilometres from Highway 402, and 8-kilometres from the Blue Water Bridge international border crossing. The site provides tenants immediate access to both the Ontario 400-series highway network and the Michigan I-69, I-94, I-75 Interstate Highway System. With no associated development charges, the site is partially serviced, can be divided as needed, and is pre-zoned to accommodate a broad range of light industrial manufacturing, office and related uses.
The site conveniently surrounds the Western Sarnia-Lambton Research Park – home to Canada’s largest cleantech incubator and 288,000 sq.f. of office, laboratory and piloting space – and neighbours Lambton College – the #2 ranked college in Canada for applied research.
– $50,000/acre for 5 or more acres
– $70,000 – $85,000/acre for first 2 acres
– Partially serviced
– LI1 – Light Industrial 1
- INDUSTRIAL PARK SIZE
– 168 acres total
– FOR SALE
- Electricity is supplied to the site by Bluewater Power. A 27.6 KV service is provided along Wellington Street providing service to Block 1 lands. The service can be extended along future Research Park Drive to provide service to Blocks 2 and 3. Block 3 could be serviced via a 27.6 KV line located along Modeland Road.
- NATURAL GAS
- The site is serviced by Enbridge Gas. An existing 50 mm gas line runs along Wellington Street. A 250 mm high pressure gas line and a 150 mm gas line run along Modeland Road and may be extended to provided service throughout the site.
- The site is serviced by a 300 mm sanitary force main and pumping station, with a 200-375 mm gravity sanitary sewer providing service to Block 1. A future sanitary sewer is planned along Research Park Drive to service development lands within Blocks 2 and 3, with a connection to the Wellington Street force main.
- Water is provided by the City of Sarnia and sourced from the Lambton Area Water Supply System. A 450 mm watermain is located along Wellington Street and future Research Park Drive corridor and is connected to a 600 mm watermain at London Line.
- A storm sewer along Wellington Street connecting to existing drainage ditches service surface runoff for Block 1. The lands for Block 2 and 3 drain to existing drainage ditches along the future Research Park Drive corridor.
The Sarnia Business & Research Park is optimally zoned to accommodate and permit a wide-variety of light industrial uses that are attractive to new industries and firms. Within the existing building, the commercialization of clean, green,
and sustainable technologies is prevalent.
The site is zoned to permit non-noxious, non-offensive light industrial uses involving:
e) Storage or distribution
Additional uses include:
a) Freestanding office use
b) Contractors’ yards
c) Industrial equipment sales, rental and service establishments
e) Research & development establishments
h) Service establishments
i) Printing establishments
j) Wide range of additional uses
The Sarnia Business & Research Park is ideally located adjacent to Highway 40 (Modeland Road) with immediate access via Wellington Street. An internal road provides access to buildings and parking throughout the complex. The site provides quick access to Highway 402 (3 km) and the Canada/US border (8 km). Rail, ship, and air logistics opportunities are in near proximity to the site.
Highway 40. . . . . . . . adjacent
Highway 402. . . . . . . 3 km
Blue Water Bridge. . . 8 km
CN Rail. . . . . . . . . . . 3 km
Sarnia Harbour. . . . . 8 km
Sarnia-Lambton is uniquely located on major road, rail, water, air, & pipeline corridors to ensure a smooth flow of inputs and end-products from supplier to customer.
Road – Highway 402 connects Sarnia-Lambton to the Ontario 400-series highway system, and the Blue Water Bridge border crossing links to U.S. Interstates, I-69 and I-94.
Rail – The regional rail infrastructure is impressive with Canadian National (CN) and CSX Transportation operating mainline Class 1 rail service and connections to the international St. Clair Rail Tunnel, and VIP Rail providing the transloading of goods and products.
Water – Sarnia-Lambton is located on the St. Clair River, allowing ships to access the St. Lawrence Seaway System and the Atlantic Ocean, while docking at Sarnia Harbour.
Air – Sarnia-Lambton is well serviced by several regional & international airports capable of delivering goods & people to any location in the world.
There are a significant number of businesses in proximity to the Sarnia Business & Research Park, including 50 tenants
within the neighbouring Western Sarnia-Lambton Research Park. These include:
TENANTS AND NEARBY BUSINESSES
• Langtree Controls
• NOVA Chemicals
• Bioindustrial Innovation Canada
• Worley Ltd.
• Origin Materials
• Woodland Biofuels
• Enbridge Inc.
• Forward Water Technologies
• Aduro Clean Technologies
CONTACTS FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
SARNIA LAMBTON ECONOMIC PARTNERSHIP
Matthew Slotwinski – Senior Economic Development Officer
firstname.lastname@example.org | sarnialambton.on.ca | +1 519-332-1820
CITY OF SARNIA
Monica Shepley – Economic Development Officer
email@example.com | investsarnia.ca | +1 519-332-0527 ext. 3295