The Boxwood Business Campus | City of Cambridge Business Park

  • Boxwood Business Campus, Cambridge, Ontario
  • Boxwood Business Campus, Cambridge, Ontario
  • Boxwood Business Campus, Cambridge, Ontario
  • Boxwood Business Campus, Cambridge, Ontario
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80 Goddard Crescent, Cambridge, Ontario N3E 0A9

Build to Suit, For Sale $300,000.00 Per Acre - Flex, Food Processing, Industrial, Land, Manufacturing, Medical, Office, Warehouse/Distribution

The Boxwood Business Campus

The Boxwood Business Campus is the City of Cambridge’s newest business park. It is more than 100 acres of industrial land, with quick access to Highway 401 and major markets from Toronto to the United States. Competitively priced, available lots in the Boxwood Business Campus vary in size, from 1 to 15 acres.


Investment Opportunity

An 11-acre fully serviced property located within the Boxwood Business Campus in Cambridge, Ontario – right in the heart of the Toronto-Waterloo Innovation Corridor. The property is within a 5 minute drive of Highway 401 and situated east of the Toyota Motor Manufacturing Canada assembly plant. Other surrounding companies include ATS Automation, Loblaw Distribution, FedEx, Rimowa, Heroux Devtek and PepsiCo.

Features of the Business Campus

Boxwood Business Campus has a number of green features to make it an eco-friendly industrial campus. The campus design includes large buffers and pedestrian pathways next to wooded areas, wetlands and ponds. The road layout also allows buildings to maximize solar energy use. Energy efficient LED street lights line the sidewalks and roadways for pedestrians and vehicles.

Zoning in the Boxwood Business Campus allows general industrial uses, including light manufacturing and processing, with and without outdoor storage. This area does not allow stamping operations or stand-alone warehousing uses.

Sites at the Boxwood Business Campus in Cambridge currently sell for $300,000 per acre.

Permitted Uses

Light industrial including assembling, fabricating, manufacturing and processing, research and development, information technology related uses, including data centres.

Key Highlights

  • Located 3.7 km from Highway 8 and 5.5 km from hwy 401
  • 60 km from Hamilton Port Authority
  • 1.3 km from CP Rail line and 88 km from CP Railway Vaughan Intermodal Terminal
  • 80 km from Toronto’s Pearson International Airport
  • Lot Size: 11 acres / 4.4 hectares
  • Services: Full municipal services
  • Frontage: 642 metres
  • Depth: 642 metres (north to south); 214 metres (east to west)
  • Zoning: M3Transportation


Fully serviced property with:

  • 150mm (6″) diameter water service, 150mm (6″) diameter sanitary sewer service and 300mm (12″) diameter storm sewer connection at the lot line
  • Existing electrical services with 3000 kVA transformer available from ENERGY+ INC.
  • Existing NPS 4″ gas main adjacent to site with an NPS 10″ available to connect 2km away from site served by Union Gas
  • Serviceable with fiber and telecommunications

The Cambridge Advantage

Cambridge is in the heart of the Toronto-Waterloo Innovation Corridor and is one of Canada’s most manufacturing intensive economies: 18% of employed population (2014). Cambridge is strategically located along Highway 401 in Southwestern Ontario within a 2-hour drive of 7 million people and the border crossings of Niagara Falls/Buffalo.

Major industries in Cambridge and surrounding areas include high tech, automotive, advanced manufacturing, aerospace and business services. Industry leaders such as Toyota, Rimowa, BlackBerry, Honeywell, Christie Digital, OpenText, D2L (Desire2Learn), AGFA, SAP and Google have a strong presence in this region.

Also located in Cambridge is the 3rd largest food terminal in Canada and a new, 260,000-square foot facility home to the Institute of Food Processing Technology and the School of Engineering and Information Technology with Conestoga College.

Cambridge offers a highly educated workforce having access to Canada’s most highly respected post-secondary institutions in the Waterloo Region: University of Waterloo, Wilfrid Laurier University and Conestoga College Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning. In addition, the nearby University of Guelph, and 16 other post-secondary institutions lie within a one-hour radius of the Waterloo Region.

Industrially zoned property sold by the City of Cambridge will be exempt from the City’s Non-Residential Development Charge (Regional and Educational Development Charges still apply.) Cambridge is also located within Ontario’s Southwest Ontario Development Fund area.

*Note: This property profile is for informational purposes only. Cushman & Wakefield Waterloo Region Ltd., Brokerage does not have a listing agreement with the City of Cambridge.

For more detailed information about the Boxwood Business Campus, please contact:

David Anderson | Broker, Senior Vice President
Scott Anderson | Broker, Senior Vice President
Jordan Palmer | Sales Representative, Associate Vice President

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