Bridgeburg Station Downtown Fort Erie is located in a picturesque setting in the north end of Fort Erie overlooking the Niagara River just five kilometres from the Peace Bridge (the major entry point from Canada to the USA).
Bridgeburg Station came into existence in 1873 when the International Railroad Bridge was created, an important link between Canada and the United States.
Bridgeburg Station Means Business
Downtown Fort Erie is now home to more than 100 businesses and a vibrant centre for commerce and professional activity. Four major banking institutions, the Fort Erie Post Office, automotive businesses, antique, retail and service businesses are all well established and thriving in Bridgeburg Station Downtown Fort Erie.
In fact, results from an independent research analysis of Bridgeburg Station commerical business showed that Fort Erie residents visit the downtown district on a regular basis; that Bridgeburg Station attracts over 75% of the residents from the "Total Trade Area" (Town of Fort Erie). And, that up to 70% of town residents visit the district at least once per week.
The District Benefits from a Façade Improvement Grant Programme
The BIA and The Town of Fort Erie offer a unique,
matching funds, Façade Improvement Grant Programme
to building and business owners designed to restore and revitalize historic downtown Fort Erie. The programme provides 50% funding for the improvement of existing façades on commercial properties within the Business Improvement Area.
Façade Programme Drawing
The Bridgeburg Station Downtown BIA has evolved into one of the most progressive organizations of its kind in Ontario. If you are interested in locating your business in Bridgeburg Station Downtown Fort Erie and need to know types of space available for rent or information regarding commercial buildings for sale contact us. If you are coming to do business or coming to enjoy our Special Events and you need more information please contact us at:
The Bridgeburg Station Downtown Fort Erie
Business Improvement Association office at:
Board Chair: Barb Horning