Northridge Property Mangement - Owen Sound Property Management Owen Sound Property Management Wed, 30 Jun 2010 16:08:13 +0000 en-US hourly 1 FedEx Building Fri, 19 Mar 2010 15:06:32 +0000 admin The FedEx Building is located at 1855 17th Street East Owen Sound ON N4K 5P1

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Edgewater Development Renovation updates Tue, 22 Dec 2009 17:46:30 +0000 admin The renovations are underway – inside and out… Leasing opportunities, up to 19600 sq.ft. Contact the property manager if you are interested in leasing space.

Edgewater Renovations

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Proposed Addition to Nortowne Plaza Mon, 20 Apr 2009 13:56:52 +0000 admin ]]> Up to 17,400 square feet. Please contact us for more information.

Proposed Addition to Nortowne Plaza

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Edgewater Development Wed, 07 Jan 2009 20:57:56 +0000 admin edgewater development]]> Corner of 9th St. E. and 2nd Ave. W., Owen Sound
Leasing opportunities, up to 19600 sq.ft.

Address: Corner of 9th St. E. & 2nd Ave. W.
Suite #: Edgewter Development Building
Unit Size: up to 19600sq.ft.
Unit Rent: contact a property manager
Operating Costs: contact a property manager
Zoning: Commercial
Other tenants: none
Parking: Yes (# of spaces negotiable)
Building Features: Elevators (service and public)
Available date: (details?): ASAP
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The MPAC Building Wed, 07 Jan 2009 17:31:11 +0000 admin leased

MPAC Building

900 10 St W , Owen Sound , ON N4K 5R9

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Good Times at Summerfolk 2008 Thu, 21 Aug 2008 16:56:04 +0000 admin …from

The Georgian Bay Folk Society could not present Summerfolk or other programming without the generous support of these Arts minded organizations. Although we hope never to over-commercialize our events. In this space we are pleased to acknowledge the kind support of our sponsors.

The 2008 and Summerfolk Music and Crafts fair was again a great success and Northridge is proud to have been a sponsor of this significant regional event. Our hats are off to the event organizers, fellow sponsors and the many, many volunteers that make this festival the truly great event it is.

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Marwin Renovation updates Fri, 25 Jul 2008 17:05:29 +0000 Over the past year or so we have been working hard to make a number of improvements to the look and feel of the Marwin Building at the corner of 2nd Ave East and 9th street in Owen Sound.  The bulk of our efforts have been applied to improving the building facade, taking care to maintain many of the buildings unique features. A part of these renovation efforts included considerable updates to a newly revived retail space on main street, now home to the Vertical Boardshop.

Our efforts also yielded some interesting surprises, such as the stained/leaded glass window/transoms in two units on the buildings south side.

The final steps in the exterior renovation process are in the works at present, including soda washing and repainting along the buildings 9th Street exposure.


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Earl Georgas Building Thu, 24 Jul 2008 16:22:14 +0000 admin Address: 132 9th St E., Owen Sound Suite #: Unit Size: 1700sq.ft. Zoning: Commercial Other tenants: Parking: Yes (negotiable) Building Features: Available date: (details?): ASAP ]]> earl georgas sketch 132 9th Street East, Owen Sound, the former LePan Building is now commonly referred to as the “Earl Georgas Building”. This is in reference to the long-time operation of the “Earl Georgas Skis and Snowboards.

The original building was over 140 years old. Constructed in the 1860’s it was one of the earliest buildings in Owen Sound, and was constructed entirely from wood rather that stone or brick as the need at the time was for a building to be operational as quickly as possible.

As Owen Sound developed, this building remained. It was subject to several modifications and alterations over the years and changed hands several times. The building was even relocated from its original site to the location it sits on today.

earl georgas The property was purchased by Northridge Property Management Inc in 2005 from Earl Georgas. Having sat vacant for several years the Building was in an advanced state of disrepair and was condemned for demolition by the City of Owen Sound. Northridge Property Management demolished the building in 2007. In its place a replica of the building was constructed to pay respect to the historical significance of the original building. Based on the earliest original photographs the building was reconstructed using modern materials to resemble the original structure.

The floor plate is approximately 1,700 sq ft and is available for lease. Complete lease details will be online shortly. In the meantime please contact one of our property managers to arrange a viewing.

Full Listing details with costs (password required)


Address: 132 9th St E., Owen Sound
Suite #:
Unit Size: 1700sq.ft.
Zoning: Commercial
Other tenants:
Parking: Yes (negotiable)
Building Features:
Available date: (details?): ASAP
Earl Georgas Building
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The Area Mon, 14 Jul 2008 19:35:09 +0000 Chi-Cheemaun Car Ferry

The Chi-Cheemaun ferry makes round trips each day to South Baymouth terminal on Manitoulin Island. They offer summer night "Sunset Dinner Cruises" which offer a wonderful meal, grand sunsets and spectacular views of Georgian Bay.

Tom Thomson Memorial Art Gallery : The Tom Thomson Memorial Art Gallery houses an excellent permanent exhibition of memorabilia and artwork by the celebrated Canadian painter, Tom Thomson, who grew up in Leith, just north of Owen Sound. The Gallery manages a growing collection of historical and contemporary Canadian Art, including a wonderful representation of Thomson’s colleagues, the Group of Seven . Visit the Gallery to see exhibits of contemporary art by regional and national artists. Admission by donation.

Grey Roots Museum & Archives : Come experience the people and communities of Grey County’s past and present at this exciting new facility. Grey Roots combines Grey County’s Museum, Archives and Tourism Services through permanent and nationally touring exhibits, archival and genealogical resources, theatre, café, gift shop, events and more! Tourism Services rounds out the experience as a gateway of information to the many natural wonders of the region.

Owen Sound Marine & Rail Museum : Owen Sound played a role in the development of Ontario, and in the opening up of Western Canada. The Owen Sound Marine & Rail Museum preserves the history of marine and rail transportation in the area. Located in the historic CN station on the waterfront, it features exquisite ship models by skilled artisans, along with CNR and CPR memorabilia, and temporary special exhibits each season. The building is wheelchair accessible and has free parking beside the beautifully landscaped walkway along the harbour. The gift shop offers a variety of museum memorabilia to remember your visit. School tours and group rates can be arranged.

Billy Bishop Heritage Museum : A late-Victorian brick house near Owen Sound’s downtown core preserves the boyhood home and memory of one of Canada’s greatest pilots and most decorated serviceman. Memorabilia from peace time and both World Wars are displayed in the exquisitely furnished Victorian home, including pictures of planes, battles, flying suits and a model of the Avro Arrow. Special exhibits throughout the year include a memorable Victorian Christmas. A gift shop has books, cards, model kits, prints and much more. School tours and group discounts can be arranged.

The Roxy Theatre, a former movie theatre, is Owen Sound’s best location for staging live performances for audiences up to 400 people. Concert and stage performances delight audiences year round.

Located in the centre of the city, the theatre is air-conditioned and within easy walking distance of ample free, after-hours parking. The marquis offers prominent signage to announce coming performances.

It is home to the Owen Sound Little Theatre.

Bruce Trail : The Niagara Escarpment and the Bruce Trail are integral parts of Owen Sound’s natural environment. More than one million people from around the globe have hiked the world-famous Bruce Trail which passes through Owen Sound as it winds its way from Queenston to Tobermory along 740 kilometres of the Niagara Escarpment. The Bruce Trail Association strives to maintain and preserve the trail which was built to give people a place to walk and enjoy the simple pleasures of nature.You will find the trail easily accessed from several points in and around the city. A particularly pleasant, yet challenging, hike travels from Harrison Park to Inglis Falls Conservation Area . From Inglis Falls,the route continues along the Bruce Trail to the Pottawatomi Conservation Area to see Jones Falls. Wonderful views of the city are highlights of this section of the trail.

The Sydenham Bruce Trail Club , the local chapter of the Bruce Trail Association, organizes guided Bruce Trail hikes Sunday afternoons throughout the year. Call Owen Sound Tourism at 1-888-675-5555 for details. Anyone hiking the Bruce Trail should invest in a copy of the Bruce Trail Guide , available at most book stores in Owen Sound or by calling 1-800-665-HIKE.

Niagara Escarpment : The Niagara Escarpment provides unique wildlife habitat: home to 100 species of trees; 320 species of birds, some indigenous to the escarpment alone; and 50 of the 70 species of fern known to exist in Ontario. Because of the escarpment, "northern Grey County is a patchwork quilt landscape. Rolling, glacial sculpted farmlands are interspersed with patches of deciduous forest, meandering rivers and creek valleys lined in dark green cedar. The rural countryside is dotted with farming homesteads not greatly changed in over a century."

Georgian Bay : Often called "the sixth Great Lake", Georgian Bay bisects Owen Sound and becomes Owen Sound Bay. Sailors, windsurfers, divers, and fishing fans come to our area for the pleasures of its Georgian Bay coast. Marina operators and outfitters serve visitors’ needs.

Grey Sauble Conservation Authority : The Authority manages more than 27,000 acres of land in and around the Niagara Escarpment on Grey and Bruce Counties. Eighteen conservation areas provide a wide variety of recreational facilities including picnic grounds, hiking, fishing, swimming, boating and cross-country skiing. Some of the more popular conservation areas in the municipalities surrounding Owen Sound make for excellent nature appreciation opportunities, such as Indian Falls , Inglis Falls and Pottawatomi Conservation Areas .

Harrison Park: Few cities can boast of as much greenspace as Owen Sound with parks in every city neighbourhood. Harrison Park, the crown jewel of our parks system, straddles the scenic Sydenham River and features beautiful landscapes, century-old trees, hiking trails, walking paths and plenty of intoxicatingly clean, fresh air. In addition, there is a fully serviced campground, licensed restaurant, snack bar, picnic areas, tennis courts, swimming pools, paddle boats, canoeing, mini-golf, fishing and a large bird sanctuary.

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