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Alberta Commercial Real Estate

Looking to buy or lease commercial real estate in Alberta? Search 89 properties from across the province. From Land to Retail to Office properties, Zonado helps you find commercial real estate in Alberta.

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Regions in Alberta

Edmonton

34 listings

Calgary

11 listings

Camrose

2 listings

Carvel

2 listings

Fox Creek

2 listings

Red Deer

2 listings

Bowden

1 listing

Boyle

1 listing

Bruderheim

1 listing

Alberta Beach

1 listing

Wetaskiwin

1 listing

Cardston

1 listing

Whitecourt

1 listing

Carway

1 listing

Claresholm

1 listing

Cochrane

1 listing

Cremona

1 listing

Edgerton

1 listing

Airdrie

1 listing

Fairview

1 listing

Winnipeg

1 listing

Gibbons

1 listing

Joussard

1 listing

Little Smoky

1 listing

Mayerthorpe

1 listing

Milo

1 listing

Mulhurst

1 listing

Northwest

1 listing

Onoway

1 listing

Peace River

1 listing

Woking

1 listing

Rolly View

1 listing

Spruce View

1 listing

St. Albert

1 listing

Andrew

1 listing

Athabasca

1 listing

Barrhead

1 listing

Bonnyville

1 listing

Alberta Listing Types

Land

38 listings

Retail

21 listings

Industrial

16 listings

Office

13 listings

Sale of Business

10 listings

Multifamily

3 listings

Mixed Use

1 listings

About Alberta

Alberta is one of the country's largest provinces with a landmass of 661,848 km². The province is home to about 4.3 million people.

The 4.3 million people in Alberta are majorly concentrated in two cities; Calgary and Edmonton. Alberta has one of the healthiest economies in Canada with an abundance of natural resources, and a host of good employment opportunities in industries like agriculture, forestry, manufacturing, oil and gas, and tourism. 

Living in Alberta is relatively affordable, the province has the lowest tax on gasoline and property. The average home in Alberta costs within the range of $150,000 - $400,000, with the median family income sitting at $93,600. The average salary after tax is $3,170 per month. Cities like Calgary have a largely competitive commercial real estate market, with prices starting at $178,000. 

With the mining, quarrying, and oil and gas sectors contributing 16.12% to the GDP, Alberta’s supply of natural resources is the province’s biggest asset. Real estate and leasing comes in second place, contributing 11.74% to the GDP as well. 

Due to the high rate of immigration into the province, Alberta is projected to have a population of 6.6 million by 2043.