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Marina on the Fraser River - Richmond, BC
Marina on the Fraser River - Richmond, BC
Profitable business near Alex Fraser Bridge. Sheltered deep water moorage, dock & upland with parking, 2 shops & storage buildings. Steel pilings, wide dock, metal ramp & security gate. Good rental income.
  • Size: 3,920 ft2 + 0.5 acre Water Lease
  • Price: $999,000
  • Listing Agent: Dave Cochlan - dave@landquest.com
  • Phone Number: 604-319-1500
Description :

Profitable business on Dyke Road in Richmond near the Alex Fraser Bridge. One of the few sites along the Fraser River that has sheltered deep moorage in an area of the river that does not require dredging. Some of the improvements include a good wide dock, steel pilings, sturdy metal ramp, security gate and hydro, telephone, water and sewer to the marina slips.

The upland portion of the property has ample paved parking, a storage locker building and 2 shop buildings currently with tenants.

Excellent rental income from existing boathouse and upland tenants who would like to stay.

Location : 23226 Dyke Road - Richmond, BC. Located in the Fraser River at the north end of the Alex Fraser Bridge.
Access : Traveling on Highway 99 or Highway 91 take the Westminster Highway West Exit 13. Turn left onto Fraser Wood Place and left again onto Fraser Wood Way. Stay straight and go onto Dyke Road.
Improvements : Dock, steel pilings, sturdy metal ramp, security gate, 2 shop buildings, locker storage building and paved parking lot.
Investment Features : Excellent rental income.
Services : Hydro, telephone, City water and sewer.
Recreation : Fishing, boating, paddling, wildlife viewing.
Area Data :

Just a 20-minute drive south of downtown Vancouver, Richmond (pop. 188,000) attracts visitors with its multicultural shopping and dining opportunities, theatre and entertainment venues, scenic local parks, and colourful historic and heritage sites. It's the fourth-largest city in British Columbia after Vancouver, Surrey and Burnaby.

Richmond, occupying 17 islands in the mouth of the Fraser River, is easy to access from neighbouring municipalities, and it's the home of Vancouver International Airport (YVR). Richmond's flat terrain offers great cycling along its waterfront dykes, and also made it a practical choice as a 2010 Olympic Winter Games venue city, with the spectacular Richmond Oval hosting speed-skating.

Fraser River
Stretching from Mission to Steveston in the Southwestern corner of British Columbia, the Tidal Fraser River provides many fishing opportunities for angling enthusiasts from the largest city of this province. While most are only familiar with the popular salmon fisheries during a small part of the year, fishing can in fact be done at anytime of the year.

This is the beginning of the last stop of every Fraser River watershed's Pacific salmon. During the migration of spawning adult salmon, each tidal surge brings them into the Fraser River from Georgia Strait. This results in a fast and furious fishery that anglers of all ages can enjoy.

While the Mighty Fraser is known for its salmon fishing, there are many other fish species that anglers can target. White sturgeon uses the Tidal Fraser River as a passage way between the Fraser Valley and the ocean. It is a fishery that can be done from both a boat and shore. Trout and char are plentiful during certain time of the year. These opportunistic biters can be caught on bait, lures and flies. With so many options, anglers who reside around Vancouver are lucky to have such a large waterway where year-round fisheries are available at their doorstep.

Zoning : IL - Light Industrial
Legal :

Lot 11, Section 1, Block 4, North Range 4 West New Westminster District Plan 3637 See Water Lot R-700-929-062 (Lease #F62-000 FSF)

PID 004-101-308

Taxes : $1,478.12 (2017)
Map Reference : 49°10'13.45"N and 122°57'52.17"W
Listing # : 18106