As with other rural industrial areas that have flourished over time in Alberta (such as Acheson, Nisku, Shepard, 84th Street, etc.), Fulton Industrial Park is just outside the City Limits along a major commercial truck route and offers exceptional value for that 10 minute drive:
Fulton offers users more land for their dollar. City spec roads, fibre optic communications, rough graded lots, heavy duty power and natural gas. PLUS: ongoing operating costs (Property Taxes, Business Taxes, Municipal Utility Fees) can be up to 50% lower as compared to locating similar business operations in the City.
LAND USE FLEXIBILITY
The land use zoning of Fulton Industrial park is designed to accommodate a wide variety of industrial and commercial businesses, including everything from outdoor storage and manufacturing to local commercial businesses.
UNCONGESTED PROXIMITY TO WORK FORCE
Fulton Industrial Park is located 10 minutes east of the fastest growing residential areas in Calgary (Auburn Bay, Mahogany, Seton, Cranston) and 10 minutes from the communities of Chestermere and Langdon. The Fulton development offers businesses close proximity to workforce and services, yet offers the flexibility and savings of being in Rocky View County.
The direct alignment of the TransCanada Highway east of Calgary is with Highway 22x once east of Gleichen, AB. Already, Highway 22x carries the highest truck counts of any highway east of Calgary. With the completion of the SW Ring Road, Highway 22x will increasingly become a critical commercial transportation corridor.
In addition to being less than 10min from the Stoney Trail Ring Road, Fulton Industrial offers multiple paved connection routes to the City of Calgary via: Hwy 22x, 114th Ave, Glenmore Trail and Hwy 1. Fulton also offers easy access to the Alberta High Load corridor, Highway 36, which can be accessed due east of Fulton from Hwy 22x.
Southeast Calgary continues to lead the growth of the City, with rapidly expanding development of residential, retail, commercial and public infrastructure supporting the new Calgary South Health Campus. The City of Calgary has recently approved extension of its light rail transit system beyond the Hwy 22x into Auburn Bay and Seton - roughly 10 minutes from Fulton Industrial Park. Locating businesses in Fulton Industrial Park represents an immediate reprieve from the higher costs of the City as well as an investment in the continued growth of both Calgary and Alberta.