- Health IT Cluster
- Open Concept Office Space for Lease in Summerside
- 250 Water Street Summerside, PE C1N 1B6
- About Holman Centre
The Holman Centre
250 Water Street Summerside, PE C1N 1B6
Within its 100,000 square feet of open space, unique offices, ranging from 1,000 to 30,000 square feet, are configured for each business and aligned in clusters to foster collaborative and creative energy. There are 5 floors to consider.
Building on the strength of the past, extending into the endless possibilities of the future, when you say, "We're in The Holman Centre", they immediately know where you are - in the heart of bustling, downtown Historic Summerside.
- About Summerside
Living, Working and Playing in Summerside
"There has been very little turnover and we have good quality staff. We have had easy access to staff and that is the most critical thing."
Excerpt from an interview with David Perry, Carestream Health
For those who are currently working and living in most technology-savvy Canadian cities, it can be difficult to imagine no traffic jams, no major commute to work, no smog or air pollution.
Currently a community of 16,000 residents, Summerside is poised for expansion. It serves an extended area of over 45,000 year round and its location on the eastern seaboard provides easy access to the world.
In the city's downtown core there are many specialty shops, restaurants and attractions just a few steps away from Summerside's boardwalk and a gentle stroll along the water's edge.
Having a modern outlook and preparing for the influx of people who want to live in a safer, more family oriented environment, Summerside has established itself as a desirable and affordable city. The living is easy in Summerside!
- Leasing Opportunities
The Innovation and Development Labour Rebate (IDLR) applies to projects in support of the development and/or commercialization of new products, processes and services that will be sold primarily beyond the borders of PEI. It is equal to 37.5 per cent of eligible salaries and wages (incremental, full time positions of 1850 hours) for the first year of a position.
The Rental Incentive Program provides a rebate of $6.00 per square foot on an annual rate of the lease cost not including utilities, taxes, and inside maintenance to businesses leasing incremental space in any community for establishment and expansion. The maximum eligible space is 10,000 square feet and the program is for the first year of a lease. The eligible company is required to sign a five year lease to qualify.
We currently have 20,000 sq ft in the Holman Centre and various other buildings and properties for lease and for sale throughout the City of Summerside
For more information, contact:
Arnold Croken, Cert. C.R. General Manager
Summerside Regional Development Corporation Ltd.
268 Water Street Summerside, PE C1N 1B6
...consider what living and working in Summerside can do for the well-being of your employees. Summerside combines that small town feeling with big city amenities....
Office Space Available
Holman Centre Suite 204
Located in the historic Holman building, this second floor space includes 5,400 sqft of class 'A' professional office space. The exposed brick sanded, and sealed walls reflect the character of this remodeled 150 year old historic property. The space is heated/cooled with a geothermal system so is not reliant on fossil fuels. Back up emergency power is available if needed as well as UPS service.
Holman Centre Suite 300
This space totals 2,000 sqft of class 'A' professional office space. This space reflects the character of this remodeled 150 year old Historic property. This space is hard wired with fiber for work stations to be relocated throughout. The space is heated/cooled with a geothermal system so is not reliant on fossil fuels. Back up emergency power is supplied. The large windows facing east and south, offer a bird's eye view of the Downtown area and is located next door to our most successful E-Health/ IT company tenant.
Holman Centre Suite 303-304
This space totals 9500 sq. ft. of class 'A' professional office space. The exposed brick sanded and sealed reflects the character of this remodeled 150 year old Historic property. This space is hard wired with fiber for work stations to be relocated throughout. It has a separate full functioning kitchen and attached conference room as well as a dedicated server room. The space is heated/cooled with a geothermal system so is not reliant on fossil fuels. Back up emergency power is supplied as well as UPS service.
Living in Summerside
For those who are currently working and living in most technology-savvy Canadian cities, it can be difficult to imagine no traffic jams, no major commute to work, no smog or air pollution. When you add the port facility, the short distance to an international airport, and the readily available telecommunications network, Summerside simply becomes the best location for your business.
Besides what it can do for your business, consider what living and working in Summerside can do for the well-being of your employees. Summerside combines that small town feeling with big city amenities. It provides that idyllic lifestyle most people only dream about. Here you can easily balance a hectic work schedule with a healthy family life. After a busy day, you can play tourist, get physical or simply lay back and enjoy the scenic beauty that surrounds you.
Any way you look at it, Summerside is a great place to work and to raise your family. While commercially, the city is a bustling hive of activity, it remains a healthy and safe environment, surrounded by sand and sea, rolling farmland and, best of all, peace.
In many North American cities, it is often difficult to find affordable housing but in Summerside that is not the case. Charming homes with more than adequate back yard space for children and pets are listed under $125,000 and all the neighbourhoods have safe, tree-lined, well lit streets. Even executive housing, with all the bells and whistles, including ocean views, is well below the national average.
The community offers plenty of cultural and recreational opportunities and welcomes newcomers who want to get involved at any level. Summerside features a first-class recreational complex featuring twin rinks hosting the Summerside Caps hockey team and the Summerside Storm basketball team. As well Credit Union Place also has a 25m swimming pool and leisure pool as well as bowling, a restaurant, racing track, concerts and more. Read more about Credit Union Place at www.cupevents.ca. Classes in all the arts are offered in various independant studios and organized sports abounds. Being so close to local farmers, the community boasts several fresh fruit and vegetables stands (many organic) in season, as well as a local farmers' market open year round.
When considering the happiness of your employees and their families, making the move to Summerside is a win/win decision. And for those whose minds are yet to be made up: Summerside is a mere four hour drive to Halifax, two hours to Moncton and 45 minutes to Charlottetown each with their own appeal, each an ideal mini-vacation, shopping or business trip.
Working in Summerside
A small city with big opportunities, Summerside stands on its history as a commercial port and reaches towards its future as a hub of technological innovation.
Currently a community of 16,000 residents, Summerside is poised for expansion. It serves an extended area of over 45,000 year round and its location on the eastern seaboard provides easy access to huge Canadian and American markets.
Not inclined to rest on previous successes, the city's leaders are actively looking to expand in the areas of knowledge-based industries including: Aerospace, Information Technology, Food Processing and Manufacturing. Collaborative partnerships are continually, actively sought as city visionaries lean towards innovative practices when planning Summerside's economic development. Recognizing the potential for growth in this area, the provincial government also offers excellent incentive plans to assist businesses who desire to be a part of this great opportunity.
Positioning itself to receive an influx in commercial growth and activity, Summerside has created the infrastructure necessary to accommodate this increase. There are plenty of homes, support businesses and training facilities. Its already diverse economy has resulted in long-term stability and a proven track record.
Several key features make Summerside an ideal situation for both new and expanding businesses: great location, low real estate costs and well-trained labour force are only a few.
Having always had a strong manufacturing base, Summerside is well-connected to a substantial business market via its deep water port, international airport and easy road transportation across the Confederation Bridge.
A quick look into real estate costs will show that prices in Summerside, for home and business alike, are well below that of any other Canadian city comparable in size and features.
Agencies and government offices offer assistance with job searches, career training and the establishment of small businesses. All levels of education are located here. Employers are often delighted to find that the workforce, in general, is so well trained and dedicated, that the turn over rate of employees is extremely low.
In boardrooms across the country, businesses that are planning to launch knowledge-based sectors or to grow their innovative technologies find that securing space in The Holman Centre is a financially viable option, perfectly situated in the vibrant, youthful community of Summerside, Prince Edward Island.
Playing in Summerside
Steeped in history, rich in culture, Summerside loves to celebrate its heritage. Throughout the year there are many family oriented festivals to enjoy. Most of these occur in the city's downtown core where there are many specialty shops, restaurants and attractions just a few steps away from the boardwalk along the water's edge.
Being a youthful and vibrant city, no matter the season, there is always a good reason to be out and about in Summerside. The community abounds in hiking and biking trials. It's a main destination for avid cyclists and boating enthusiasts and there are ample organized sports for those who wish to get involved. If sitting in the stands is more your style, Summerside hosts a number of top professional sporting events. It has been home to the Karcher Canadian Junior Curling Championships, Atlantic Canadian Strongman's Competition, the Canadian Junior Hockey Championships, and Softball Canada to name just a few.
When looking for activities that require a little less energy, a walking tour or an event held at The Wyatt Heritage Properties may be just the thing. The Eptek Centre for the Arts provides an excellent gallery and community showcase and The Harbourfront Theatre offers numerous live performances throughout the year.
With young families in mind, The City of Summerside has developed many excellent recreational facilities. It's most recent development is Credit Union Place with its conference rooms, ice arenas with seating for over 3,500, bowling lanes, fitness centre, squash courts, six-lane competitive pool, saunas and hot tubs and a restaurant. The well established Silver Fox Curling and Yacht Club has six sheets of curling ice, a marina with facilities for 109 vessels, and a banquet hall for up to 1,500 guests. At Slemon Park you can enjoy a full gym, tennis and squash courts, softball and baseball, soccer, and a 200 seat lecture theatre. Queen Elizabeth Park provides three lit baseball fields, full service concessions, seating for 10,000, outdoor tennis and basketball courts, and an outdoor track.
Having a modern outlook and preparing for the influx of people who want to live in a safer, more family oriented environment, Summerside has established itself as a desireable, affordable, far-sighted city of dreams.
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