Experience the Difference

Adjacent to the City of Kamloops and nestled in the heart of British Columbia, this property offers cultural vibrancy and urban amenities that seamlessly blend with the natural beauty of its surroundings.

Boasting an impressive number of sunny days, with over 2,000 hours of sunshine annually. This sunny climate sets the stage for a thriving outdoor lifestyle, offering residents and visitors a plethora of recreational activities. From hiking and mountain biking in the nearby hills to water sports on the picturesque rivers. We cater to outdoor enthusiasts year-round.

A Central Location
Prime for Business

5 Minutes

To Downtown Kamloops

30,000 Vehicles

Average Daily Traffic Volumes

500 Feet

Highway Frontage

Community & Accessibility

A comprehensive map of the area reveals the convenience of the location. Within walking distance, one can find popular establishments, the administration centre of Tḱemlúps te Secwépemc, police services ensuring safety, a golf course, and growing residential community. This strategic placement of amenities enhances the quality of life for Kamloops residents, fostering a sense of community and accessibility.

Prime Location for Entrepreneurs

Chief Louis Crossing presents a compelling landscape for business opportunities, owned and operated by the Tḱemlúps te Secwépemc, this stands out as a prime location for entrepreneurs. More than just a commercial complex, Chief Louis Crossing is a vibrant community hub strategically situated along the Yellowhead Highway within the Tk’emlúpsu’l’ucw (lands). This visionary project redefines economic development by providing unique leasing spaces that seamlessly blend versatility with a profound commitment to Indigenous culture. The development not only proposes a central point for commerce but also serves as a bridge for cultural exchange and understanding. With a focus on creating a dynamic and inclusive business environment, Chief Louis Crossing stands as an embodiment of the rich possibilities that emerge when commerce and culture converge.