Last updated october 20, 2017

Burnside Business Park

Nova Scotia, Abercorn


Burnside Business Park, the largest industrial park north of Boston and east of Montreal, is home to more than 1,400 businesses employing in excess of 18,000+ people. Burnside Park is located within minutes of downtown Halifax, the Port of Halifax, the Halifax International Airport and surrounding residential communities.
Within the boundaries of Burnside are industrial and manufacturing facilities, Class-A office developments, several full-service quality hotels & meeting spaces, fantastic restaurants and retail outlets, and natural park areas with walking trails and sport facilities. Burnside Park is also the transportation and warehousing center of the Greater Halifax economy. New office and industrial development projects continue to emerge in Burnside, and will ensure the continued success and growth of this regional monument.  

Available area


Total area

1009901 sq ft
93823 m2

Biggest available area


Population within 1 hour radius


Main activity

Regional Industrial Park (RIP)

Fields of expertise

General industrial park
General industrial park

Services and infrastructures

Specific caracteristics of the available area

Park property: 100 % Municipal, % Private, % Parapublic, % Governmental

Land preparation: Shovel ready (ready to dig)

Soil dominant composition: Granulated

Load capacity: Excellent


Geographic location

60 Williams Ave, Dartmouth, NS B3B 0A1

Latitude: 44.7116663 Longitude: -63.5853157

Number of companies
in the park


Number of employees
in the park


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Robin Bourdeau
Marketing Coordonnator
Greater Burnside Business Association

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