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New building bringing more offices to Campbell

Developer banks on visibility of park

By: Viola Pruss

  |  Posted: Saturday, Feb 22, 2014 06:00 am

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A new building is now under construction in Campbell Business Park.

Located near Apex Casino, Edmonton-based developer Hermanos Holdings is building a 16,000 square foot professional office building at 1 Carswell St.

The $2.5-million building will offer double occupancy on each floor for 4,000 square feet of office space, or 8,000 square feet combined, said owner Paul Whitman.

“There really isn’t anything there that has been created like that,” he said.

Whitman said the company does not have any specific tenants in mind at this time. But they decided to build on the location because of its visibility from the Anthony Henday and Campbell Road.

Both roadways allow for easy access into Edmonton and St. Albert, he said. And Campbell Business Park is lacking in smaller office spaces.

“It seems to be all front areas with limited office space with a rear bay,” he said. “We chose to do this because there isn’t a whole lot in that area that would suit the smaller type spaces.”

The building will feature over 50 parking stalls, wheelchair accessibility, as well as an executive indoor parking area for three cars. The cost for rental spaces has not been released at this time.

Building construction started in November and is expected to be complete by early July 2014. For more information go to hermanosholdings.com.


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