Real Estate & Market Info

North Bay has a variety of prime real estate opportunities for your next venture.  For further information on current available properties, please contact a member of our team for assistance.



North Bay has a supply of public and private industrial land available for development. Location options, including parcel size, combined with funding incentives allow for viable investment opportunities. In addition to the low industrial tax rate, North Bay provides added economic benefits, such as no development charges, for companies planning to locate or expand within the City.

Municipal industrial land at competitive rates is available for qualified project in the Gateway Industrial Park and Airport Industrial Business Park, which is fully serviced with ground and airside properties for sale or lease. For full details on development opportunities or the Airport Community Improvement Plan contact a member of our team.

Retail & Commercial

The commercial sector in North Bay is comprised of five primary nodes and a number of secondary nodes spread throughout the city. This sector includes a full range of businesses, from large multinational retail chains to small independents. 

Regional shopping centres such as McKeown Commons and the Northgate Shopping Centre are complemented by the urban downtown core. The Downtown Community Improvement Plan (DCIP), a City-funded incentive program that is designed to stimulate private-sector investment, has resulted in the establishment of many unique stores and restaurants. These investments continue to support a strong regional market and maintain a balanced approach to commercial development.

There are a variety of properties available for commercial and office ventures including mixed use and multi-tenant buildings. Contact a member of our team for further information or assistance. 

Advantages for Retail & Service companies operating or considering locating in North Bay include:

  • Access to a large, growing base of customers - North Bay services an immediate regional market with a population of approximately 112,000 people.
  • North Bay is located at the junction of Highway 11 and the Trans-Canada Highway 17, providing access to major Canadian and American markets.
  • North Bay acts as a regional centre, attractive to shoppers (with high disposable incomes), from more northerly areas that do not have access to the same broad range of shops and retail outlets.
  • Each year the Nipissing region attracts an average of approximately 1.2 million visitors.
  • The North Bay region’s proximity to Southern Ontario makes it an appealing choice of destination for residents from that area, as well as residents in Northwestern Quebec, the Unites States, as well as international visitors

Real Estate

The North Bay Real Estate Board represents realtors and brokers for residential, industrial, and commercial properties. For commercial and or industrial property listings available in North Bay, please visit To contact the North Bay Real Estate Board, see information below:




North Bay Real Estate Board (NBREB)

Visit NBREB at 926 Cassells Street, North Bay