Broccolini has recently been informed of fraudulent recruitment activities targeting people outside of Canada. The suspected organization or individuals are sending employment contracts pretending to be Broccolini representatives and are requesting personal information to start an immigration procedure for employment in Canada. Please be cautious of these emails as they are considered fraudulent and a way of stealing money and identity as well as other personal information from you.

Broccolini’s recruitment process always includes in-person interviews with a member of our Human Resources team and/or a member of our management team prior to any official employment offer. Money would never be requested in exchange for a position or to secure a visa to enter Canada.

We recommend that you do not respond to unsolicited employment offers from people with whom you are unfamiliar and suggest that you report them to your local authorities. If you think you have received a fraudulent employment offer, please forward it to and ensure to include the original subject line, email address of sender and complete message including attachments.

Victoria sur le parc

Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue - Multi-Tenant Phase 1

Address: 21 225 rue Daoust, Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue

Completion date: 2007

Building area: 121,216 sq.ft.

Available area: 0 sq.ft.

Contract: Developer, Owner, Landlord

The design and construction of Phase 1 of this multi-tenant industrial building started in May 2007. The rentable spaces were delivered in 2007.

Broccolini designed and built Phase 1 of this multi-tenant complex located in the industrial park of Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue. The building is a new construction that can be tailored to meet your own operational needs, with new materials and equipment, larger service bays, more vertical clearance, better temperature control system and more.

With an area of 145,000 sq.ft., the building was designed to accommodate up to seven tenants. The building offers 28 ft. of free height in the warehouse portion of the building in order to maximize storage space. The foundation and structure were designed to allow for the possibility to create mezzanines spaces for tenants' immediate or future growth.

Other important features were incorporated into the building in order to provide greater flexibility for the tenants, including an ESFR sprinkler system, dock foundation designs that can accommodate additional doors in the future, a large staging area, wide paved loading areas and multiple entries.



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