Economic Development News

Posted Tuesday, December 01, 2020

Core Area ConnectionsThe City of Cambridge’s Economic Development team has launched a new web page to connect core area businesses, residents and stakeholders with timely information on the programs and projects that matter to them. The Core Area Connections page will bring together targeted information, upcoming events and public engagement opportunities for Preston, Galt and Hespeler, to better allow the community to keep track of core area developments and happenings.
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Posted Thursday, October 01, 2020

84WaterStreet-1The City of Cambridge is inviting interested parties to respond to a request for information and expression of interest for the opportunity to lease the building located at 84 Water Street South .
Details:
This unique building is approximately 1,657 sq. ft. in size with ample parking. The listed rent is $1,795.00 per month plus property tax of approximately $700.00 per month. The tenant is responsible for its utilities and maintenance costs.
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Posted Wednesday, July 15, 2020

Filming to resume in CambridgeThe film industry in Ontario is resuming as part of the Province’s reopening plan, and Cambridge residents and business owners can expect to see filming crews within the community starting this summer and into the fall.
“Cambridge has many assets that are desirable to the film industry – including historic buildings and bridges in our three downtown core areas and beautiful natural landscapes such as the Grand and Speed Rivers,” said Cambridge Mayor...

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Posted Tuesday, June 23, 2020

CATFCity of Cambridge Council today approved the framework for the Core Areas Transformation Fund (CATF), an initiative that allocates $20M for investments to stimulate economic and residential growth and promote urban vitality in the city’s core areas of Galt, Hespeler and Preston. The Fund was approved in 2019, and the approved framework today sets out how the City will be guided in identifying projects and initiatives that can be used for this core area transformation.
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Posted Tuesday, June 16, 2020

COVID-19 INVESTCity Staff reported to City Council today on the numerous initiatives and activities that have been implemented to support local businesses and residents during the COVID-19 pandemic through the City’s Economic Response Plan. 
The Plan’s key goals have been to minimize the loss of local business, jobs and development as businesses transition through re-opening and recovery phases, support local businesses with the information they need for safe operation,...

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