The subject property is located on the south side of Trans-Canada Highway 1, as you head east through Kamloops. The site is highly visible from the highway and strategically neighbours a number of gas stations and restaurants often frequented by commuters and travellers.
Built in 2019, this 5,477 square foot (approx.) building features two stories and 6 car wash bays and office space on the second floor. The building was constructed with concrete pre-cast, wood/ steel frame construction with a torch-on/metal roof. 800-amp, 3-phase service offers electrical service to the building. Other features include:
» security cameras
» 2 natural gas fired boilers which provide radiant in-floor heat
» 12 roof-mounted hydronic heaters
» heated exterior concrete slabs
» LED lighting throughout interior and exterior of building
» The wash bays feature heated, sloped floors with drains, built- in vacuums, and LED lighting
» 4 wand wash bay equipment + 2 touchless bay equipment
» Exacta pay system terminals
» several portable heaters
» a portable air conditioner
» 2 rooftop air conditioners (not hooked up yet)
» 1 furnace
» upstairs office furniture & fridge etc.
» upstairs building parts (door hinges, locks, etc.)
Kamloops’ central location in BC’s interior makes it a popular stopping point for travellers heading to other areas of the Okanagan, and it is increasingly becoming a popular destination itself for those travelling through BC. Sun Peaks Resort offers world-class skiing that attracts visitors from across the country. Kamloops’ sunny climate makes it an exceptional golf getaway destination, with several picturesque golf courses located in the region. The area also offers plenty of wineries to visit, and other outdoor activities such as mountain biking, hiking, and camping. Known as “The Tournament Capital”, Kamloops hosts over 100 sports tournaments a year. Kamloops is home to many businesses operating in several industries. Forestry, mining, tourism, and agriculture are just some examples. Kamloops is also home to Thompson Rivers University, which employs over 1,000 people.
Kamloops is about a 4-hour drive from Metro Vancouver. Several other popular Okanagan cities such as Vernon, Salmon Arm, and Kelowna are within a 2-hour driving radius. Several daily flights are also made from YKA Kamloops Airport to Vancouver and Calgary. Kamloops is a 50-minute flight from Vancouver and a 1-hour and 20-minute flight from Calgary.
Major Employers in the City of Kamloops include School District No. 73, Interior Health Authority, Highland Valley Copper Mine, and Thompson Rivers University.