Relocate or Expand
Take Your Business to the Next Level in Thunder Bay
Well connected in every way, Thunder Bay is highly accessible whether by internet, road, sea, rail or air. Combine that with lower operating costs and an amazing quality of life. It's just a great place to do business!
A state-of-the-art fibre optic network digitally connects Thunder Bay with the world. Lower property purchase prices, operating costs, and no development charges make it cost effective to locate in Thunder Bay. You and your employees will enjoy the beautiful views, excellent recreation opportunities, zero traffic, and lower stress by living and working in Thunder Bay.
Grow your business here and grow your life here. Enjoy this vibrant city with easy access to nature and your favourite kind of recreation. Go To Thunder Bay. For Life.
Resources for Relocating or Expanding Your Business to Thunder Bay:
- Building and Sign Permits
- Builders and Developers
- Business Development Centre
- Business Licenses
- Canadian Business Network
- Employment Resources
- Northern Ontario Enterprise Gateway
- PARO Centre for Women’s Enterprise
- Property Related Forms
- Small Business Resource Guide
- Thunder Bay & District Entrepreneur Centre
- Thunder Bay Chamber of Commerce Small Business Resource Guide
- Thunder Bay Ventures
Featured Land & Properties
Thunder Bay Airport
Thunder Bay Airport offers 180 acres / 70 hectares of serviced land in close proximity to ports, highways, railways and, of course, the airport. Land is very broadly zoned to permit commercial, aviation and light industrial uses.
Thunder Bay Port Authority
Harbour Park: Thunder Bay Port Authority manages Harbour Park, a 45-hectare industrial park adjacent to Keefer Terminal, the port's general cargo facility. Serviced sites are currently available.
Intercity Site: Intercity Site is a 12-hectare waterfront property with operational elevator terminal that is currently available for development.
Fort William First Nation
Fort William First Nation controls 1,100 acres of industrial (railway) land on the south side of the Kaministiquia River, located directly between FWFN and the City of Thunder Bay. 700 acres of the industrial land is available for development/lease. The land is serviced by road, rail, seaway, power, and natural gas.
For more information, contact:
Director of Economic Development
Whalen Building Office Space
- This multi-store office building has 20,000 square feet of space available
- Location: James Whalen Building, 34 Cumberland St. N., Thunder Bay, ON, P7C 5K4
Innova Business Park
- Featuring a variety of lot sizes and uses, this business park has opportunity for many new businesses.
- Location: 71 prime acres within the City of Thunder Bay, the region's commercial centre
- This retail location was built in 1981, is zoned as “light industrial park” and has 2,050 square feet available.
- Location – 977 Alloy Drive, Thunder Bay
- Listing Website
Local Commercial Real Estate Listings
Use these links to find commercial real estate currently available for purchase or lease.
- CEDC Property Listings
- Century 21 Commercial Listings
- City of Thunder Bay Real Estate Listings
- Realtor.ca Commercial Listings
- Remax First Choice Realty Ltd Brokerage
- Royal Lepage
- Team 100
- Tom Jones & Sons
Thunder Bay Economic Data – This interactive website includes data on demographics, labour force, tax, quality of life, housing transportation, education, companies and utilities.
Thunder Bay Community Profile for Investors – This PDF provides demographic and economic information about doing business here.