Available Properties

The Community Development Department is here to help facilitate your business moving or expanding. Please contact us today to see how we can help.


Industrial Space Available in PEC

Looking to lease 5-35,000 sq. ft. industrial space for your next business expansion? Call our department for details.


  • Loading Docks
  • 3 Phase Power
  • Various Size Zones for Lease

Fully Serviced Industrial Park Land

The Picton Industrial Park Offers a variety of vacant industrial serviced properties for development. For more information contact Tom McEvoy, Century 21 Lanthorn Real Estate Ltd. 613.242.1045

  • Zoned: MG –20 General Industrial Zone
  • Serviced with full municipal sanitary sewer services.
  • 20 minutes to the 401

Commercial Properties in PEC

Please visit Quinte MLS listings for Commercial Properties in Prince Edward County HERE.

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Vacant Land in PEC

Please visit CLICK HERE for vacant land opportunities in Prince Edward County.


Municipally owned Surplus Lands for Sale

For location and parcel boundaries, please visit The County’s Online GIS and search for Roll Number in the top right (without # sign)

For information on any of the above properties, contact: Bill Rorabeck, Century 21 Lanthorn Real Estate Ltd. 102 Main Street, Picton, Ontario, K0K 2TO 1.613.476.3281

The Community Development Department is here to help facilitate your business moving or expanding. Please contact us today to see how we can help.

Available Farmland



Farm Land in Prince Edward County

Farm Land Click HERE

Agri-business in Prince Edward County consists of enterprising people with creative sensibilities. We have a thriving agri-business community with diverse opportunities ready for the taking. There are numerous traditional agriculture opportunities, from our many large-scale farms and orchards, to small-scale vegetable growing operations. As of the 2011 Census, there were a total of 477 farms and approx. 53,000 hectares of active farm land in The County.

A visit to any farm will reveal a passionate community of growers and collaborators who value the soil as our agricultural wealth. The County has always been a diverse group of growers from traditional grain commodities, to vegetable, fruit and specialty produce farms popping up all over the countryside.

What makes The County truly special is our burgeoning food community. Today, we have become a rural hot spot for food and drink where locally sourced everything is a way of life. It is typical for local chefs to work with area growers to craft menus from locally sourced in-season items. The result is a vibrant community of over 40 wineries, a growing craft beer scene, cider and spirits, and a burgeoning specialty grains scene.