Grafton Park

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1537 Brunswick Street

Property Features

  • The spotlight is yours at Grafton Park. Located at 1537 Brunswick Street this luxury residential development offers an exceptional opportunity to elevate your business in downtown Halifax.
  • Featuring 5,120 sf of prime ground-floor commercial space. This dynamic suite is perfect for retail, office, or medical uses.
  • Grey shell condition, offering a fully customizable space to perfectly suit your business needs.
  • Unparalleled visibility with amazing street-frontage along with Brunswick Street, allowing for enhanced exposure to pedestrian and vehicle traffic.
  • With floor-to-ceiling windows, this space is flooded with natural light
  • Dedicated back door loading located on Blowers Street.
  • Ample parking options available nearby including street parking and parkades.


Situated near the bustling crossroads of the Spring Garden Road shopping district, Argyle Street’s entertainment hub, and Halifax’s major office towers, Grafton Park offers unrivaled access to the city’s pulse. Enjoy immediate proximity to cultural landmarks like the Halifax Central Library and Dalhousie University Sexton Campus, as well as historic attractions such as Citadel Hill and the picturesque Halifax waterfront. This location fosters a rich intellectual and cultural environment, ensuring your business thrives amidst a dynamic urban landscape.

Grafton Park is adjacent to a bustling hotel and a beloved local café, with the rear of the building overlooking the famous Pizza Corner and Halifax’s vibrant nightlife scene. With a Walk Score of 99, daily errands and entertainment are easily accomplished on foot. Major destinations like the Halifax Public Library, Scotia Square Mall, Park Lane Mall, Halifax Public Gardens, Scotiabank Centre, Pete’s Fine Foods, and the Nova Centre are all less than a 10-minute walk away, ensuring convenience and accessibility for residents, employees, and visitors alike.

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