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The City of Kingston's four business parks offer a complete spectrum of properties for industrial development. The parks offer easy access to Highway 401 and to Kingston's downtown core.

Alcan Business Park

Centrally located, the Alcan Business Park is designated for mixed-use business activities such as research and development, light manufacturing and assembly, data processing facilities and, corporate or professional offices.

Detailed Lot Information:
Lot 113

Cataraqui Estates Business Park                                                                                           

Located in the west end of Kingston, the available properties are designated for general industrial activities including manufacturing and assembling operations, processing plants, warehousing and distribution facilities and, business or professional offices.

Detailed Lot Information:                          

Lot 403 Lot 407  Lot 411  Lot 438
Lot 404 Lot 408  Lot 412 Lot 440
Lot 405 Lot 409  Lot 430 Lot 442
Lot 406 Lot 410  Lot 436 Lot 444


St Lawrence Business Park

Located in the city's east end, the St. Lawrence Business Park is designated for business and research operations and is equipped with space for light manufacturing and assembly, data processing, technical training, professional and medical services or, financial advising.

Detailed Lot Information:

Lot 202 Lot 229
Lot 214 Lot 234
Lot 215 Lot 238
Lot 228 Lot 240


The Clyde Industrial Park has a central location and is designated as mixed use industrial supporting manufacturing and assembly, laboratories, processing plants, distribution plans and wholesale business.

Detailed Lot Information:
Lot 143




Offer to Purchase

The City of Kingston drafts an Offer to Purchase agreement for each property and client. The draft agreement includes negotiable terms which:

  • meet the needs of the client and the City of Kingston
  • incorporate the unique details of the property
  • specify agreed upon details regarding the size and timing of the client's new building construction

Major components of the Standard Offer to Purchase are

  1. Critical dates: The Purchaser typically has up to one year to select a site, design the building and site plan, and achieve the necessary planning approvals. After the sale closes, the Purchaser typically has another year to construct the building for occupancy.
  2. Minimum lot occupancy: the square footage of the new building (sum of all floor space) is generally required to be at least 20% of the lot area
  3. Deposit: 10% of the purchase price
  4. Option to Repurchase: The City of Kingston retains an option to buy the property back should the Purchaser be unable to construct a new building as per the terms of the agreement

We work with every potential purchaser to find the right solution.

For more information please contact:

Carey Bidtnes Carey Bidtnes, Business Development Officer
613-544-2725 ext. 7232,
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