New multi-story building rises in Nelson with commercial opportunities

The new building, currently under construction in Nelson, comes with two open concept units.

A new building being built in Nelson.

A new building is being built in Nelson, suitable for many different commercial purposes. — Photo courtesy Kootenay Business

This new building, currently under construction in Nelson, comes with two open concept units. One unit is 700 square feet and other unit is 900 sq ft. Lease individually or together.

There is also an opportunity to lease an additional 900 square feet (2500 square feet in total) if more space is required. These units would suit many different uses. Great open layouts can be configured to meet the needs of your business.

These units are easy to access and there is lots of parking on site. Lots of great light and each unit has spectacular covered deck space and views.

New building under construction — commercial space available in July. Ground floor access, on-site parking, lots of street parking. Great location: intersection of Radio and Seventh adjacent to Amber Bay condominiums, short walking distance to waterfront.

Large covered deck, 700 ft.² to 2500 ft.² of commercial space available, air-conditioning and natural gas. Building has a sprinkler system, basement has mini storage that is available to tenant and security camera system. Opportunity to complete lease hold improvements prior to building completion.

Listing realtors are Chuck and Karen Bennett at Coldwell Banker Nelson.

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