Middleton Industrial Park

History and Location

industrialparkThe 80-acre Middleton Industrial Park was established in 1979 -- and for more than two decades, the site has steadily attracted new businesses to Middleton. Currently, nearly 50 per cent of the park is developed, and some of the businesses include:

Thompson's Moving & Storage Group
3 Freeman Street, Middleton

  • Thompson's Moving & Storage (902) 825-3929
  • Ocean Moving & Storage (902) 825-3334
  • Bluenose Moving & Storage (902) 825-3906

Cash & Carry Building Supplies (RONA)
197 Marshall Street, Middleton
Tel: (902) 825-4305

King’s Processing Limited
14 Freeman Street, Middleton
Tel: (902) 825-2188

Nova Millwrights
11 Freeman Street, Middleton
Tel: (902) 825-2318
E-Mail: novamill@ns.sympatico.ca

Hoyt’s Moving & Storage
193 Marshall Street, Middleton
Tel: (902) 825-6434
E-Mail: middleton@hoytsunited.com

Guardian Transfer & Storage
193 Marshall Street, Middleton
Tel: (902) 825-6485

Prime Top Cuts
6 Freeman Street, Middleton
Tel: (902) 825-1728

K&J Truck Center
143 Marshall Street, Middleton
Tel: (902) 825-4345
E-Mail: kjtruckcenter@ns.aliantzinc.ca
Web site: http://www.kjtruckcenter.ca/Home.page

Ultimate Details
9 Freeman Street, Middleton
Tel: (902) 825-1695

Middleton Dry Kiln
3 Marshall Street, Middleton
Tel: (902) 825-6825

Savage Oil Sales
4 Freeman Street, Middleton
Tel: (902) 825-6825


Annavale Country Store
14 West Street, Middleton
(902) 825-6400

EFR Disposal
Freeman Street, Middleton
Tel: (902) 538-8474

Valley Flax Flour,
188 Marshall Street,
(902) 825-1528

U-Haul Co Ltd,
9 Freeman Street,
(902) 825-1517

The Middleton Industrial Park is strategically located next to Highway 101 off Exit 18 and is bordered by the west end of Brooklyn Street. The park is located approximately 161 kilometers (90 minutes) from the provincial capital of Halifax, and approximately 80 km (50 minutes) from the ferry terminal in Digby – a vital access point to markets in the Eastern United States.

Servicing & Zoning

The Town of Middleton provides water, sewer, and storm sewer mains to the park and maintains the roadways and street lighting. Electrical power to the park is serviced by the provincial utility, Nova Scotia Power. There are several serviced lots currently available at the park, and future development of the site will increase the developed land base by 40 per cent.

The park holdings are zoned for Manufacturing and Industry and have surrounding zoning on the perimeter lots of Highway Commercial. Any business that conforms to the manufacturing and industry zoning and that is located on the original industrial park holdings is eligible for the rural commercial tax rate, which is set at the same rate as commercial rate for the County of Annapolis.

Land Sales

The Town of Middleton has worked successfully with local and regional entrepreneurs to develop land sale activities at the park that are beneficial to both new and existing businesses. To discuss land sales at the Middleton Industrial Park, phone (902) 825-3559 or email rturner@town.middleton.ns.ca.


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