Parkway Centre Naming Rights available for new tenant) Windsor, Ontario -- Located at the south-western tip of Ontario and the southernmost part of Canada, the Windsor-Essex region extends 685 square miles.
General Area Overview
Located at the south-western tip of Ontario and the southernmost part of Canada, the Windsor-Essex region extends 685 square miles (1,775 square kilometers) and is home to more than 350,000 people. Only 1 mile away, 4.5 million Americans live within a 1 hour drive, 11 million within 2 hours and 25 million within 6 hours.
Windsor is considered the premier location for advanced automotive manufacturing technology and eastern Canada’s largest agri-business region. This unique location generates cross-border trade and commerce totaling $400 million daily.
In 2011, Windsor was rated one of the “Top Ten American Cities of the Future” by FDI Magazine, a publication of the Financial Times of London, placing seventh among ‘Large Cities of the Future in North, Central and South America’ and earned second place honours for economic potential.
Windsor’s top 5 employers:
Ford Motor Company
Windsor-Essex County School Board
University of Windsor
Windsor has an estimated population of 210,891 (census 2011)
Average Daily Traffic Count
Lauzon parkway South of Tecumseh Road East: 25,200 (AADT 2002)
Parkway-Centre (Naming Rights Available For New Tenant) is located on the southwest corner of Lauzon Parkway and Enterprise Way. Situated off Tecumseh Road, the Plaza benefits from the draw of Windsor's largest retail node, centered at the intersection of Tecumseh road and Lauzon parkway.
There are six vehicular access points to the subject property; three ingress and egress access points via Enterprise Way, two ingress and egress access points via Lauzon Parkway, and one ingress and egress access point via Hawthorne Drive.