YOUR NEW CORPORATE HOME WITH ENDLESS OPPORTUNITIES.
If you’ve ever considered moving or expanding your business, the FORMER MINIGOO PRODUCTION FACILITY on LENNOX ISLAND, PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND, may be your next best step.
FROM A SMALL BUSINESS LOOKING TO ACCESS THE BUILDING’S MODERN AMENITIES, OR A LARGER OPERATION LOOKING TO MAKE ITS HOME IN THE MAJORITY OF THE 15,000 SQ. FT. SPACE,
WE’RE READY TO TALK.
While a former lobster processing facility, Minigoo has existing infrastructure which can be leveraged while converting the space as your business requires. Additionally if you are an aquaculture company, Minigoo’s state-of-the-art equipment and location make it the perfect fit.
To discuss rental options, learn more about existing equipment, infrastructure and blueprints, or to arrange for a tour, contact the Lennox Island Development Corporation today.
15,000 square feet of opportunity
- 5 offices
- Reception area
- Staff lockers
- Surveillance rooms
- Ample parking
- Large shipping and receiving area
- Cold Storage: 30’5” x 47’8”
- Walk in Cooler: 17’x17’
- Low Risk Blast #1: 10’2”x19’5”
- Low Risk Blast #2: 13’2”x19’5”
- Low Risk Blast #3: 13’5”x 17’
- Low Risk Blast #4: 14’x17’ High Risk Blast: 15’x14’
- High and low risk areas Certified by CFIA
- 3 Phase power
- Boiler room
- 2 sanitation rooms
- 2 cookers
- Cooling tank room
- Ice machine
Lennox Island is home to the Lennox Island Mi’Kmaq First Nation and where approximately 450 people call this proud and vibrant community home. It is also located in the Malpeque Bay, home of the world famous Malpeque Oysters, and surrounded by endless bounty from both the land and sea.
195 Eagle Feather Trail
Lennox Island, PE, C0B1P0
- Tyne Valley, 13 minutes
- O’Leary, 29 minutes
- Alberton, 34 minutes
- Confederation Bridge, 1 hour
- Charlottetown Airport, 1 hour 20 minutes
- Summerside, 40 minutes
The Lennox Island Development Corporation (LIDC) is a commercial corporate entity owned by the Lennox Island First Nation.
We establish commercial business ventures and invest in, or partner with, others to form joint venture enterprises to enhance the socio-economic fabric of the community.
We’re focused on opportunity for economic partnerships, and expanding our business ventures which include, but not limited to fisheries, culture-based tourism & eco-tourism, property management, natural product research facilities, commercial real estate, rental property holdings, aquaculture and arts & crafts.
We’re active and open to doing business. Let’s talk.