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Grand Cornell Commercial Plaza

July 2007 - Business in Cornell is growing again! The residential phase of Grand Cornell is proceeding very well. The construction of the commercial plaza could start as early as this fall and possibly have stores open by the summer of 2008.

The plaza will consist of an intimate Main Street and small shops including live/ work townhomes with retail on the ground floor. The plaza will feature a beautiful piazza in the center surrounded by restaurants and their patios. At this stage it looks like only 3 large format stores which will be much smaller than regular big box stores being built in Grand Cornell.

The developer is in talks with retailers who are very interested in Grand Cornell Commercial. At this point their are a couple of banks who have expressed interest also.

More Businesses Blooming

Spring 2007 – Over the last few months, the business face of Cornell has changed significantly. We’ve seen new shops and services open up on Cornell Park Avenue and on Bur Oak Avenue in the live/work units, but we have also seen our Jumbo Video store and our Café close, despite great efforts to survive. To keep businesses open and operating in our community, we need to get out and support them. Over the next few years, business will grow in Grand Cornell. We’ll have restaurants, shops, a grocery store and more within arm’s reach. As details become available, we will be sure to keep you informed so that you can take advantage of them. Thanks, in advance, for supporting your local businesses.

Among the new and ready for business are:

Balanced Living & Wellness Centre
Bur Oak Cleaners
Cornell Fine Pet Food
Cornell Jewellery
Cornell Medical Centre
Cornell Physiotherapy
Cornell Tech Inc.
Daisy Mart
Dominique & Jennifer Allard
Esthetics Nails and Spa
Fotografs
Hasty Market (expanded)
Inline Mortgage Mart
Keen Minds Learning Centre Inc.
Kumon - Math & Reading Centre
Moro Shay - Hair and Nail Salon
Poochies Paradise
Salon Capricci
State Farm Insurance/Ken Yee (moved to Bur Oak)
The Wray Group
Check this page for future information on exciting new businesses coming to Grand Cornell, south of Highway 7. Please feel free to email me, David Stratton, for information or concerns regarding business in Cornell at: businessrelations@mycornell.ca.

Cornell’s Business Community

Business is a vital aspect of the Cornell community. Doing business with local shops and services is the best way to help our business community grow. To discover many of the business we have in Cornell view the crpa business directory on this website.

Cornell also boasts many local and affordable marketing opportunities for businesses. Events such as the CRPA Annual Cornell Picnic, the CRPA Cornell Classic Golf Tournament, and resident organized events such as the Annual Garden Festival, and the Annual Easter Egg Hunt are all great opportunities for business promotion and help to support our community. There are also numerous website's and print publications, such as the crpa newsletter, published 4 times per year and delivered to all of Cornell. And, of course, the bulletin board at The Mews which offers a very affordable means of communication to Cornell residents.

Over the next few years Cornell will continue grow – with the many new live work units being added to our community, we know that the number of local businesses will grow too. We will try to keep you informed as to what businesses will be moving into Cornell.

Please feel free to email me, David Stratton, businessrelations@mycornell.ca with any questions or concerns that you have about the business community we have here in Cornell