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1045 Trillium Dr, Kitchener | Industrial Unit Leased

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1045 Trillium Dr, Kitchener | Industrial Unit Leased
1045 Trillium Dr, Kitchener, ON N2R 0A2, Canada
Leased $15.25 PSF Net - Industrial View Property Brochure
11,363 SF

1045 Trillium Dr, Kitchener | Industrial Unit Leased

11,363 SF Class ‘A’ industrial unit available for lease in the Huron Business Park. Centrally located in Kitchener, ON with quick access to Highway 401 via Homer Watson Blvd. Unit features include 24’ clear ceiling height, approx. 2,500 SF office area, approx. 8,800 SF warehouse area, truck level and drive-in loading, sprinklers and 200 amps/600 volts electrical service.

For more information, please contact:
Jordan Palmer | Sales Representative, Senior Vice President
Scott Anderson | Broker, Senior Vice President
David Anderson | Broker, Senior Vice President

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