Orangeville Quick Facts Opportunity
• Operationready industrial and commercial space available in a convenient location on the northwest edge of the GTA. Visit www.orangevillebusiness.ca for a list. • Up to 20 acres of employment land available. • Regional hub for commercial and service activity. • 100% exemption of nonresidential development charges for certain industrial uses. • Competitive business operation costs.
• Orangeville is centrally located where provincial highways 9 & 10 intersect, less than an hour’s drive from Toronto and within a day’s drive or a short flight to a market of 135 million people. • Air connections to Canadian and international destinations are only 40 minutes away, via Canada’s largest airport, Toronto Pearson International Airport. • Full rail service via the OrangevilleBrampton Railway connects industries in Orangeville with the CPR mainline in Mississauga, providing a reliable link to all major CanAm corridors. • Orangeville connects commuters to Brampton and downtown Toronto with GO Transit’s bus service. • Orangeville Transit provides local bus service to the Orangeville Business Park and throughout Town.
Centrally Located with Short Driving Times from Orangeville To Brampton To Pearson Airport To Toronto To Buffalo, New York To Detroit, Michigan To Ottawa To New York City, New York
38 km 60 km 81 km 196 km 355 km 514 km 827 km
34 minutes 40 minutes 57 minutes 1 hour, 56 minutes 3 hours, 35 minutes 4 hours, 40 minutes 7 hours, 48 minutes
Source: Google Maps, 2014
• The Town of Orangeville’s 2011 population of 27,975 is projected to reach 36,490 by 2031, while the Province projects the number of residents for the whole of Dufferin County to increase to 80,000 by 2031. • The median age of 37.3 years is well below the provincial median age of 40.4 years. • The average employment income in Orangeville in 2010 was $57,429. • 48% of Orangeville residents possess a postsecondary education.
87 Broadway, Orangeville 5199410440 ext. 2270 www.orangevillebusiness.ca