Biggest buzz in Brandon Real Estate is happening at Shoppers Mall where Sobeys is locating as an anchor tenant in a 62,500 sq. ft space which was same abandoned by Target. Launch of Sobeys Extra banner, will offer an innovative full service department, a community room for multiple use for events like in store experts, cooking classes which includes a chef and some well being counsellors, as well as new façade which is a 7 figure renovation.

Glen Tosh, a President at Brandon Real Estate Board said that it is a huge boost to Brandon that a company is being prepared to move a block over and spend that money.

Shoppers Mall has more than around 0 retailers and is also preparing to welcome GoodLife Fitness which is being owned by Coed Club in a 25,000 sq. ft space which is being used to be a part of home to Canada Safeway as well as number of some new brand eateries. A Book on Rental Property Investing is available to know that How to Create Wealth and Passive Income Through Smart Buy & Hold Real Estate Investing.

He said that Brandon is stable and consistent market place and is very good place to invest and to do business.
Conference Board of Canada agreed and is bullish on Brandson. In its one of the latest Mid sized Cities Outlook report, Ottawa based research home predicts a real growth of GDP in southwestern Manitoba city which will recover
from a temporary slowdown, that hit at 2.2% this year.

Low Canadian dollar and a healthy US economy are giving lift to the manufacturing sector of Brandon, which includes agri food processing industry. According to Conference Board, employment rate of city also jumped by 2% this year.
A boost from provincial government is also coming, which is spending around $5.5 billion over nest 5 years in infrastructure projects in Winnipeg and Brandon. A Book on Managing Rental Properties is also available which is a Proven System for Finding, Screening, and Managing Tenants With Fewer Headaches and Maximum Profit.

Chief on docket in Brandon Real Estate is replacing First Street Bridge which is expected nearly $50million by the time it get completed last year and more than around $10 million in upgrades to city’s airport.

Alan Arcand, an associate director of Centre for Municipal Studies with Conference Board said that for a mid sized city, Brandon is doing very well. Population of Brandon hit nearly 56,000 last year. Brandon’s population hit 56,000 last year.

People shouldn’t get more excited about economy when public money is being spent. Arcand said that an exception should be in all these cases because upcoming and current projects will not only improve quality of life for residents of Brandon but also will give benefit to the private sector.

Rick Chrest, Brandon Mayor said that city council is looking at possibility of annexing land to the south of city which could spawn “retail node and significant commercial”.