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149 Ainslie Street North, Cambridge | Development Opportunity – For Sale

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149 Ainslie Street North, Cambridge | Development Opportunity – For Sale
149, Ainslie Street North, Cambridge, Ontario, N1R 1T7, Canada
For Sale $3,950,000.00 - Residential Development Site View Property Brochure
105,000 SF .72 acres

149 Ainslie Street North, Cambridge | Development Opportunity – For Sale

Site Concept plans available for a 104-unit, 105,000 SF of gross floor area “gfa”, eight storey building comprised of 6 storeys of residential on top of a 2 storey above ground parkade.

Development credits for approximately +/- $4MM are applied to the property.

For more information, please contact:
David Anderson | Broker, Senior Vice President
Scott Anderson | Broker, Senior Vice President

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