West Portage la Prairie

For Lease Please Contact Retail

Property Description

Prominently located in a strong and growing retail node in West Portage la Prairie and anchored by Walmart Supercentre.

  • Up to 6,120 sq. ft. available immediately.
  • Up to 150,000 sq. ft. available in future development.

Area tenants include: Sobeys, Canadian Tire, Co-op, Boston Pizza, Rona, Subway, Dollarama, Pet Valu, Easyhome, The Source, Warehouse One and many auto dealers. Ideal for retail, restaurant, financial services, medical office and hardware/home improvement.

Excellent exposure to the Saskatchewan Avenue (Trans-Canada Highway), running directly through Portage la Prairie. Easy access via signalized intersections with 26,448 vehicles daily on the Trans-Canada Highway.

Portage la Prairie is the service centre for the Central Plains region and is a progressive community strategically located in the centre of the country, astride major east-west transportation routes.

Investment is booming! McCain Foods Canada has announced infrastructure investments totaling $75 million for its Portage la Prairie and Carberry-based facilities, French fry processor J. R. Simplot Company is investing $460 million to more than double production and France-based Roquette is constructing a new $400 million pea processing plant. The new plant will be the largest plant of its kind in the world and one of the largest private-sector investments in the history of Manitoba.



  • Available: Up to 150,000 SF
  • Lease Rate:  Please Contact
  • Status: For Lease
  • Property Type: Retail
  • Location 2350 Sissons Drive
  • City Portage la Prairie
  • Province Manitoba
  • Country Canada


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Michael Stronger

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Mobile: (204) 793-3448

Email: mstronger@shindico.com

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