Costco Business Center

Costco Business Center


Costco Business Center

Costco Business Center

The Costco Business Centre serves small retailers and restaurants throughout Alberta offering bulk quantities of food and items geared towards small retailers. Costco Business Centers are offering a one-stop shop for restaurants and small businesses- Apr 6, 2021


Costco is the forward-looking and nimble retailer we’ve been seeking in an anchor tenant, bringing a national reputation for its innovative retail strategy,” said Adam Schiller, Managing Principal, StreetLevel Investments in a statement earlier this year. “We are thrilled Costco selected the Grid as the first Houston location for its Business Center concept, and we look forward to a very successful grand opening.” (Source:

, there are 20 Costco Business Centers in the United States, located in Orlando, Florida; Dallas, Texas; Minneapolis, Minnesota; Phoenix, Arizona; California (Commerce, Hawthorne, Hayward, North Hollywood, Sacramento, San Diego, South San Francisco, Ontario and Westminster); Denver, Colorado; Morrow, Georgia; Bedford Park, Illinois; Hackensack, New Jersey; Las Vegas, Nevada; and Washington (Lynnwood, and Fife). (Source: en.wikipedia.org)



Costco Photo Center is a multi-functional photography printing service offering photo items through its website, costcophotocenter.com. The website provides free unlimited digital file storage with a current membership. Prior to February 14, 2021, in-store photo centers offered many services such as same day photo printing (on select sizes/material) and online order pickup. In-store service/pickup is no longer offered, as all in-store photo centers closed permanently on February 14, 2021. (Source:

On January 13, 2021, Costco announced that it would permanently be closing the Photo Centers in all its locations by February 14, 2021. Many of the services are still available for home/business shipping, though in-store ink refills and passport photography were discontinued. (Source: en.wikipedia.org)


The warehouse's concept was to combine the value, setting and members-only elements of Costco's warehouse clubs with the product array one would find at an upscale home store, such as Fortunoff or Crate & Barrel. The Costco Home warehouses sold furniture, housewares, kitchen products and accessories from higher-end brands such as Lexington, Ralph Lauren and Waterford

Ground-up warehouse catering to small businesses and other commercial customers; selling food, office and cleaning supplies, furniture and printing services. The new store is complete with all-new sales floor, shipping/receiving areas, specialty walk-in coolers, signage, and a food court/food prep kitchen, as well as HVAC, plumbing, electrical, lighting and an open canopy over the main entrance with corrugated siding and architectural metal trim. Site improvements included utilities, loading docks and ramps, concrete and masonry site walls, paving, bioswales, sanitary sewer systems, site lighting, curbs, pavement, striping/arrows, landscaping, and irrigation. (Source: www.wlbutler.com)


Related Articles