A Wheel Avenue property that sold for $4.8 million was the priciest commerical and industrial real estate transaction of 2019.

Five biggest commercial and industrial property sales of 2019

Abbotsford’s largest business real estate transactions involved properties in city’s industrial parks

Here are the five largest commercial and industrial real-estate transactions sold in Abbotsford through Dec. 5, 2019, according to Assessment BC.

Figures from the rest of December are not yet available.

5. 2420 McCallum Rd. Sale price: $4,000,000

Large two-storey office building in historic downtown.

4. 2122 Peardonville Rd. Sale price: $4,430,000

Former home of Jack’s Towing north of Abbotsford International Airport. Bought in February.

3. 30640 Marshall Rd. Sale price: $4,600,000

Industrial property across Marshall Road from 2122 Peardonville Road. Bought in September.

2. 29739 Fraser Hwy. Sale price: $4,800,000.

Industrial property with house and large industrial building.

1. 31290 Wheel Ave. Sale price: $4,800,000

Large 25,000-square-foot building on Wheel Avenue in industrial park south of Peardonville.

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