- Up to +/- 8,500 sf of space on the ground and second floor of a two-storey building in the north end of Halifax
- Located on one of Halifax's busiest downtown streets that runs for 7kms north-south within the Halifax Peninsula
- The ground floor features 2,900 sf showroom with floor to ceiling windows that wrap around the space facing busy Robie Street. The showroom space opens up to a 1,700 sf warehouse in the back with a 12' x 10' grade level loading door
- The second floor features 3 private offices, large boardroom, storage space, lunch room, washrooms, breakout room and adjoining room
- Large windows that wrap the perimeter of the space offers ample natural light
- Free paved on-site parking for employees and visitors with additional parking in the back of the building for loading
- Building and pylon signage available
- Located on Robie Street a north-south artery, street and provincial road that runs for 7 kilometres up and down the Halifax Peninsula, from Memorial Drive in the North End Halifax, to Gorsebrook Avenue in the South End.
- Robie Street is home to a variety of retail, residential and office buildings that aids in attracting the already large volumes of traffic down the main road.
- The area surrounding the property is home to a variety of businesses including car dealerships, pharmacy, breweries, graphic design, pet care, home hardware, grocery, restaurants and a multitude of others.
- The property benefits from excellent exposure, high visibility and traffic, both pedestrian and vehicle.
- The north end of Halifax is seeing an influx of multi-residential development with approximately 20 recent, new and planned developments within the area. It is both a thriving commercial and residential node on the outer edge of downtown Halifax.
- The nearby neighbourhood of the Hydrostone Market is a Federal Heritage Site, that has become a vibrant and desirable area, sought after by young professionals and families. It offers ample green space, proximity to shops and other amenities, and excellent access to public transit.
- In 2011, the Canadian Institute of Planners named the Hydrostone the Second Greatest Neighbourhood in Canada in its “Great Places in Canada” awards