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RIVERBEND O N

T H E

BURNABY,

BRITISH

R I S E COLUMBIA


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TABLE OF CONTENTS RIVERBEND BUSINESS PARK............................................................................................................................... 6 MASTER PLAN.................................................................................................................................................... 8 THE MULTI-STOREY.................................................................................................................................................. 10 MAIN FLOOR PLAN............................................................................................................................................ 12 SECOND FLOOR PLAN..................................................................................................................................... 14 LOCATION...................................................................................................................................................................... 16 AMENITIES............................................................................................................................................................ 18 SUPPLY CHAIN LOGISTICS............................................................................................................................. 18 DEMOGRAPHICS SNAPSHOT....................................................................................................................... 20 OXFORD PROPERTIES.............................................................................................................................................. 22 THE INDUSTRIAL STORY................................................................................................................................ 23 EXCEPTIONAL PLACES. RESPONSIBLE PRACTICES.......................................................................... 24 SUSTAINABILITY................................................................................................................................................. 25 5


RIVERBEND BUSINESS PARK

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Oxford’s Riverbend Business Park is a cutting-edge business park in the centrally located Big Bend area of Burnaby. The park provides a total of 1,360,000 SF over 6 buildings in a unique, campus-like setting with access to significant employee amenities and direct connections to the surrounding park and trail system. Riverbend is positioned for the most demanding tenants seeking proximity to the GVA’s core population, major transportation corridors and infrastructure without sacrificing efficiency and modern building design. LEGEND Multi-Storey 6

Single-Storey


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MASTER PLAN BUILDING 3 92,863 SF

HIGHLIGHTS BUILDING 2 119,498 SF

6 64.4 AC NUMBER OF

PLANNED BUILDINGS

BUILDING 1

T O TA L PA R K S I Z E

152,575 SF

1,360,421 SF T O TA L S Q U A R E F O O TA G E

28’-32’ 8

Available

CLEAR

Leased

HEIGHT

Under Construction

BUILDING 6 78,436 SF


P A R K F E AT U R ES CENTRAL PROXIMITY TO LABOUR A N D M A J O R P O P U L AT I O N C E N T R E S BUILDING 4 209,993 SF

MARKET LEADING BUILDING S P E C I F I C AT I O N S FLEXIBLE DEMISING OPTIONS S U S TA I N A B L E D E S I G N , A C H I E V I N G L E E D C E R T I F I C AT I O N DIRECT ACCESS TO THE BURNABY URBAN TRAIL, PROMOTING

M U LT I - S T O R E Y 707,056 SF 437,239 SF (main) 269,817 SF (second)

EMPLOYEE WELLNESS PIER OVERLOOKING FRASER RIVER

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THE M U LT I - S T O R E Y Comprising 707,000 SF over two levels, the multi-storey is the largest availability at Riverbend Business Park. The building offers transportation and labour savings associated with a central urban infill location, along with the size and scale rarely available in one of North America’s tightest industrial markets. Providing the largest speculative building ever constructed in Greater Vancouver, this unique development contains 437,000 SF on the main level and 270,000 SF on the second floor. The flexible design is capable of accommodating tenants from 70,000 SF all the way up to 707,000 SF without compromising on specifications. Access and egress to the second floor is provided via a heated ramp at a friendly gradient of 6.8% ensuring convenience and reliability for even the most active loading requirements. Loading is provided through 3 separate truck courts at 130’ with 124 total loading doors, ensuring that loading and maneuverability is exceptional on both levels.

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CANADA’S FIRST M U LT I - L E V E L DISTRIBUTION CENTRE

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MAIN FLOOR PLAN G E N E R A L F E AT U R E S TOTAL BUILDING SIZE: 707,056 SF

LIGHTING LED Lighting to 35 FTC

TRUCK COURT 130’

SPRINKLERS ESFR

LEVELERS 7’x8’ 40,000 lb hydraulic

COLUMN SPACING 40’ x 40’ (typical), 60’ staging bays

ZONING CD with M2 & M5 Guidelines

OFFICE AREA to suit

SPRINKLERS ESFR

POWER

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4000 AMP, 347/600 volt, 3 phase main

MAIN FLOOR 437,239 SF


BUILDING DEPTH

FLOORS

464’

8” re-enforced concrete slab 500 lbs / SF, 12,400 lb

CLEAR HEIGHT

point load

32’

LOADING DOORS PARKING

(78) 9’ x 10’ Dock Doors

436 stalls

(4) 12’ x 14’ Drive-In Doors

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SECOND FLOOR PLAN G E N E R A L F E AT U R E S TOTAL BUILDING SIZE: 707,056 SF

LIGHTING LED Lighting to 35 FTC

TRUCK COURT 130’

SPRINKLERS ESFR

LEVELERS 7’x8’ 40,000 lb hydraulic

COLUMN SPACING 40’ x 40’ (typical), 60’ staging bays

ZONING CD with M2 & M5 Guidelines

OFFICE AREA to suit

SPRINKLERS ESFR

POWER

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4000 AMP, 347/600 volt, 3 phase main

SECOND FLOOR 269,817 SF


BUILDING DEPTH

TRUCK RAMP

342’

6.8% gradient

CLEAR HEIGHT

LOADING DOORS

28’

(40) 9’ x 10’ Dock Doors (2) 12’ x 14’ Drive-In Doors

PARKING 303 stalls

FLOORS 12” concrete over steel deck 300 lbs / SF, 9,200 lb point load

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STANLEY PARK

THE PORT OF VANCOUVER

DOWNTOWN VANCOUVER

LOCATION

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99 7

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VANCOUVER

BURNABY 1A

Located in the geographic centre of the lower mainland, the Multi-Storey is ideally situated for serving urban areas of Greater Vancouver in a timely and efficient manner.

VANCOUVER INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (YVR)

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FRA SER R

SEA ISLAND

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F R O M R I V E R B E N D B U S I N E S S PA R K Centerm/Vanterm 18 km (30 min)

Highway 91A 3 km (5 min)

Downtown Vancouver 18 km (28 min)

Highway 91 6 km (7 min)

CN Intermodal Yard 20 km (28 min)

Highway 17 11 km (12 min)

CP Intermodal Yard 22 km (20 min)

Highway #1 10 km (15 min)

YVR Airport 14 km (20 min)

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DELTA

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BOUNDARY BAY AIRPORT (CZBB)

Deltaport 35 km (30 min)

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A P P R O X I M AT E T R AV E L D I S TA N C E S :

Marine Way 1 km (1 min)

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Bus Stop Bus Route SkyTrain Routes Highways Canada/U.S. Border

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NORTH

DELTAPORT BC RAIL PORT SUBDIVISION

BC FERRIES TERMINAL

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COQUITLAM 7A

CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY INTERMODAL

PITT MEADOWS

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RIVER ER AS FR

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SURREY

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LANGLEY

LANGLEY REGIONAL AIRPORT (YNJ)

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ABBOTSFORD

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ORDER UNITED STATES BORDER

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AMENITIES

S U P P LY C H A I N LOGISTICS

An abundance of amenities and excellent access to transit infrastructure provide the convenience demanded by today’s employees and customers.

It’s all about location.

More than 50% of supply chain costs are related to transportation, with real estate costs typically making up between 4-8%.

Retail

Gas Stations

Restaurants

Hotels

Grocery & Drug

Coffee & Convenience

To understand the locational savings at Riverbend Business Park, Sedlak Supply Chain Consultants commissioned a logistics study based on several industrial nodes within the GVA. The study was based on the following parameters, which were established by Sedlak using years of collective experience in optimizing complicated supply chains.

Downtown Vancouver

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Inbound Product:

25% Centerm / Vanterm, 70% Deltaport, 5% YVR

Outbound Product:

Delivered to 22 of the most populated . BC coastal areas from Victoria to Abbotsford, based on 364 delivery days / year and 1 round trip to each location per day.

*Savings are shown on an annual PSF basis.

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Riverbend offers a superior location factoring both inbound drayage and outbound deliveries.

POPLAR ISLAND

BURNABY, BC

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Transportation Cost Comparison $7.48

$8.00

75K

$5.80

$5.77

$6.00

150K

$3.53

$3.28

$3.31

$3.65

$4.00

$2.70

$3.00

$2.08

$2.05

$2.22

Facility Square Footage

$1.64

$2.00 $1.07

$0.91

75K 150K

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$1.00

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$4.66

$4.68

$5.00

$3.60

RELATIVE COST SAVINGS PSF

$7.00

RIVERBEND

EAST RICHMOND

200K

TRI-CITIES

TFN DELTA LOCATION

NORTH SURREY

CAMPBELL HTS

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DEMOGRAPHICS SNAPSHOT L A B O U R F O R C E PA R T I C I PAT I O N R AT E *

66.5%

66.7%

15 MINUTE DRIVING DISTANCE 30 MINUTE DRIVING DISTANCE

2 0 1 9 AV E R A G E H O U S E H O L D I N C O M E :

$91,741

$99,944

*Based on 2019 household population 15 years or older

P O P U L AT I O N C H A N G E B E T W E E N 2 0 1 9 - 2 0 2 4 :

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7.4%

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103,000

186,000

COMMUTE TYPE: TRANSIT

COMMUTE TYPE:DRIVE

60.6%

L A B O U R F O R C E B Y O C C U PAT I O N ( T R A D E S , T R A N S P O R T A N D E Q U I P M E N T O P E R AT I O N S ) :

65.7%

32%

26%


STANLEY PARK

THE PORT OF VANCOUVER

DOWNTOWN VANCOUVER

COQUITLAM

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POPULATION UTE BURNABY : 229, 6 N I 52 -M 15

VANCOUVER 1A

CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY INTERMODAL

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PITT MEADOWS

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VANCOUVER INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (YVR)

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RICHMOND

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DELTA

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LANGLEY

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BOUNDARY BAY AIRPORT (CZBB)

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30-M INUTE P 5,254 OPULATION: 1,40

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D R I V I N G D I S TA N C E

3 0 M I N U T15E DELTAPORT BC RAIL PORT SUBDIVISION

D R I V I N G D I S TA N C E 54B

BC FERRIES TERMINAL

CANADA BORDER UNITED STATES BORDER

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LA REGION (


OXFORD PROPERTIES Oxford Properties Group connects people to exceptional places, and is the owner, developer and manager of some of the world’s best real estate assets. Established in 1960, it manages approximately $60 billion of assets across the globe on behalf of its co-owners and investment partners. Oxford’s portfolio encompasses office, retail, industrial, hotels and multifamily residential and spans more than 100M SF in global gateway cities across four continents. A highly disciplined and thematic investor, Oxford invests in properties, portfolios, development sites, debt, securities and platform opportunities across the risk-reward spectrum. With its global headquarters in Toronto, Oxford operates out of over 15 offices including New York, London, Luxembourg, Singapore and Sydney. Its long-term approach to real estate investment aligns Oxford’s interests to its customers and the communities in which it operates. Oxford is the global real estate arm of OMERS, the AAA credit rated defined benefit pension plan for Ontario’s municipal employees. For more information on Oxford, visit: www.oxfordproperties.com

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THE INDUSTRIAL STORY Moving westward in Canada, Oxford’s Industrial portfolio began to grow through a series of acquisitions and new development opportunities. Currently, the Canadian industrial assets total over 14M SF with a development pipeline of up to 6M SF throughout the GTA, Calgary, Edmonton, and Vancouver. In early 2019, Oxford entered into a partnership agreement for the ownership of IDI Logistics, one of the USA’s leading industrial development companies. This partnership provided a further portfolio and development pipeline of approximately 45M SF throughout 12 markets in the USA. Combined, Oxford Industrial is now actively involved in upwards of 65M SF of existing assets and development opportunities throughout North America. Building on our reputation of providing first-class customer service, Oxford Industrial is home to many of the world’s leading corporations including Amazon, Best Buy, Canada Post, Campbells, Cardinal Health, Home Depot, Kuehne & Nagel, Lowes, Maersk, Mondelez, McKesson, Nestle, PPG, Richoh, and Walmart. 23


EXCEPTIONAL PLACES. RESPONSIBLE PRACTICES. W E C R E AT E S A F E S PA C E S We prioritize the health, safety and well-being of our customers. It is the first filter for every decision we make—whether escalating our cleaning standards, introducing more personal protective equipment or optimizing the fresh air in our properties. By selecting practices that maximize safety for our people, and by being proactive, transparent, welcoming and human, we create safe and productive places for everyone. P R I N C I P L E S - B A S E D S U S TA I N A B I L I T Y Oxford is committed to connecting people to exceptional places, and our environmental, social and governance practices play an important role in delivering on that vision. We take a leadership approach that creates value for our business while doing what’s right for our customers and communities.

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S U S TA I N A B I L I T Y 1ST IN NORTH AMERICAN S U S TA I N A B I L I T Y PERFORMANCE FOR 4 CONSECUTIVE YEARS (GRESB)

R I V E R B E N D ’ S S U S TA I N A B L E D E S I G N F E AT U R E S : LED high bay lighting fixtures with motion sensors to reduce power consumption Clerestory windows throughout to provide natural light Increased thermal insulation in the roof and wall structure, providing utility savings Targeting LEED certification Brownfield redevelopment Landscaping using drought-tolerant species Use of recycled and low-emitting materials

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F O R M O R E I N F O R M AT I O N , C O N TA C T : DREW GILBERTSON Director, Vancouver Industrial Direct: 604.893.3203 dgilbertson@oxfordproperties.com www.riverbendbusinesspark.com

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