The Haworth building in Calgary, Alberta, Canada being transformed / rebranded as the ICON Business Park

Former Haworth building in Calgary turning into a business park
 Hungerford Properties redeveloping southeast site

By Mario Toneguzzi, Calgary Herald January 22, 2014 8:01 AM

CALGARY- The new owner of the former Haworth building, once Calgary’s largest manufacturing plant, is planning to transform the property into a business park in the city’s southeast Foothills industrial area.

Vancouver developer, Hungerford Properties, bought the 761,000-square-foot facility on more than 18 hectares of land last summer and it will unveil its plans in early February to redevelop and redesign the building and transform the site into the ICON Business Park.

“This is considered one of the choicest commercial real estate properties in the city,” said partner, Michael Hungerford, in a statement. “But it’s been a dormant shell for many years. We’re bringing back the trucks. We’re bringing back the people. We’re bringing business back.”

Hungerford plans to turn the current, state-of-the-art building into a multi-tenanted, commercial and industrial hub offering easy access to air, truck and rail transportation.

See full article and photo in the Calgary Herald


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