This exciting new retail opportunity is located overlooking the waterfront at Station Mall, the second largest shopping Centre in Northern Ontario. Ideally located adjacent to hotels and tourist attractions including, the Agawa Canyon Tour Train, the cruise ship terminal and hockey arena, The Station Mall welcomes over 600,000 shoppers annually.
The mall is currently undergoing a record sixty-million-dollar renovation, that will see a complete upscaling of the interior and exterior and the addition of Electrify Canada changing stations, in preparations to as well as welcoming new high-profile tenants Forever 21, Urban Planet, and a national cosmetics chain.
Future residential developments are in the preliminary planning stages, consisting of up to 12 condominium towers.
Second story of former Sears box
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13,700 SF (+ Patio up to 4,000 SF)
Restaurant & Eatertainment – Divisible
Partial Waterfront & City Views
Restaurant & Retail – Divisible
Fitness & Recreation – Divisible
Regarded as Ontario’s “best adventure town,” the great lakes surround Sault Ste. Marie and provide a beautiful backdrop for an array of outdoor adventures. Sault Ste. Marie offers something for everyone through sports and recreation, arts and crafts and live music.
28,000 Visitors annually experience afternoon or evening boat cruises daily along the Miss Marie Sault Lock Tours Boat that travels along the St. Mary’s River. Sault Ste. Marie is a destination to travellers on the Pearl Seas Cruise Ship, which embarks on 8- and 12-day Great Lakes cruises each summer.
Sault Ste. Marie is a true winter paradise with one of the highest vertical downhill ski hills in Ontario and over 150km of incredible cross-country Skiing, an abundance of stunning snowshoe trails, beautiful woodland skating trails, a snowmobiling day loop, groomed fat biking trails and awe-inspiring ice caves.
30,000 Visitors experience the beauty of the Agawa aboard the Agawa Canyon Tour Train that takes you through the heart of the Canadian wilderness over towering trestles, around pristine northern lakes and through ancient granite rock formations before gradually descending 500ft into the canyon.
The local economy is vibrant. In addition to the local population, 900,000 annual visitors spend in excess of $216 million in the community.
Sault Ste. Marie remains a significant forestry centre with mills producing high quality MDF, engineered wood products and many more. Home to the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources’ Forest Division and three forest research centres including the Ontario Forest Research Centre, Great Lakes Forestry Centre (federal) and provincial Invasive Species Centre.
Anchored by companies like Algoma Steel and Tenaris Algoma Tubes, Sault Ste. Marie has a strong history of steel manufacturing servicing the automotive industry, energy sector, bridge construction and more.
Headquarters of the Ontario Lottery & Gaming Corporation – one of the largest gaming organizations in North America.
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