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The B.C. Film Industry and Industrial Real Estate

The B.C. Film Industry and Industrial Real Estate

The B.C. Film Industry and Industrial Real Estate

While the film and television industry is not often considered a typical industrial real estate user, it now occupies a significant amount of industrial space in Metro Vancouver.

The B.C. Film Industry and Industrial Real Estate Spark Report discusses:

  • The film and television industry’s specific building requirements that make particular industrial buildings more suitable and desirable to this sector. These requirements include:
    • Clear ceiling heights, column spacing, parking requirements
    • Proximity to the downtown core, noise considerations
  • The distinction between studios and production companies, as well as how these companies use industrial real estate
  • The location and square footage of studio space, both purpose-built and conversion, in Metro Vancouver
  • The film and television industry’s production figures ($) over the past 10 years in B.C. and other provinces
  • What Colliers believes to be the primary factors impacting the film and television industry’s demand for industrial real estate in B.C.:
    • Tax incentives
    • The Canadian (CAD) to U.S. dollar (USD) exchange rate
    • The “Netflix Effect”

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