CONNECTED TO THE FUTURE
Outdoor Amenities & Greenspace
High Exposure Corner Location
Overall Development Site Plan
Steps from Bramalea GO Station
Unique Campus Setting
Ready for Tenant Improvements
CONNECTED TO FLEX OFFICE
Office Site Plan
CONNECTED TO OFFICE
CONNECTED TO INDUSTRIAL
CONNECTED TO LOGISTICS
Industrial Site Plan
Advantages of 40′ Clear Height
Calculations are specifically related to the wide aisle single deep selective rack layout shown for the 15 Bramalea Road layout. Assumes a pallet size of 40” wide x 48” deep x 64” high (including pallet), with appropriate beam heights and lift off and top clearances. Also assumes appropriate cross aisle allowances and service working areas within the full facility layout.
Trailer positions on site represents significant costs savings/efficiency given today’s market demand and cost for trailer parking
Proximity to city center, airport, intermodal = significant transportation cost savings
Mature and deep labor pool provides the ability to find long term labor solutions as well as short term solutions to get through peak seasons = significant cost saving in labour
40 foot clear high and column spacing allow to maximize pallet positions and operational flow.
GO Bramalea and Brampton transit at doorstep = attract and retain employees
REMEMBERING THE PAST
Located at the corner of well-known Steeles Avenue and Bramalea Road is the Steeles Bramalea Campus (SBC). Comprised of both office and industrial state of the art facilities on one sought-after site.
SBC will be uniquely built with heritage components from the original Sealy Simmons factory bricks. These two-single storey flex office buildings, being approximately 21,000 sq. ft. and 10,000 sq. ft. will offer; an abundance of natural light, flexible funky ceiling concepts, outdoor greenspace and sustainable initiatives with a focus on employee wellness and technology. The two office buildings will share the site with a 373,000 sq. ft. high performance industrial facility.
Steeles Bramalea Campus is located at the corner of Steeles Ave E and Bramalea Road in Brampton, ON. Being an important part of Brampton’s history, long known as the Sealy Simmons factory, the site has earned a Heritage designation. This area with a strong industrial past is now on the verge of thriving as a professional hub. Steps from Bramalea GO station, additional transit, and major highways SBC is highly accessible offering employees flexibility and ease of access. With impeccable connectivity and history, SBC offers a first class choice for both office and industrial tenants.
OVER 100 SHOPS & RESTAURANTS
Ready for Tenant Improvements
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