88 Millside

88 Millside Street, Coquitlam, BC

James Starke

604 439 8376

Rowan Hicks

604 909 8742


Welcome to 88 Millside – a landmark industrial opportunity within Fraser Mills, Coquitlam’s first and only mixed-use, waterfront community. Developed and constructed by Beedie, this state-of-the-art 110,270 SF development includes dock and grade loading, a stunning street facade, extensive glazing, soaring 32′ clear ceilings, and more. Situated on 4.32 acres at the gateway to this master-planned community, do not miss the opportunity to establish your business among industry leaders in this vibrant new neighbourhood.

Location Description

Located on United Boulevard, at the entrance to Fraser Mills, this development offers exceptional exposure and prime connectivity to both Highway 1 and Highway 7 (Lougheed Highway) offering efficient access to major distribution and transportation networks, including YVR International Airport and the Canada/US Border.

Office, commercial, residential, and retail spaces will connect with vibrant outdoor plazas, recreational facilities, and parkland, creating a truly energetic waterfront community. Whether you’re a homeowner, business owner, or visitor to Fraser Mills, this will be a place where everyone can thrive.

Listing Type

- For Sale


- Now Available


- CD - 1

Listing Features

Construction: Concrete tilt-up insulated panels

Lot Size: 4.32 ac

Square Footage: 110,273 SF

Ceiling Height: 32’ clear warehouse

Dock and/or Grade Loading: 8 dock & 2 grade loading doors

Mezzanine: Concrete, complete with guardrail & 100 lbs PSF floor load capacity

Floor Load/Racking Load: 700 lbs/SF live load

Power: 1,600 amps at 347/600 volts provided via pad-mounted transformer

Lighting: High efficiency LED fixtures

Sprinkler System: ESFR

Skylights: 6’ x 6’ translucent skylights

Parking: 104 Parking Stalls

Lease Rate (shell): Contact listing agent

Anticipated Completion: Fall 2025

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