Editor’s Note: New mixed multi-residential and commercial development proposed for Courtenay
Inside This Issue:
- New mixed multi-residential and commercial development proposed for Courtenay
- 12-acre property in Comox has been cleared for a new subdivision
- Two four-storey apartment buildings proposed for Courtenay
New mixed multi-residential and commercial development proposed for Courtenay
The City of Courtenay has received a Zoning amendment application for a proposed multi-residential and commercial development at 3040 and 3070 Kilpatrick Avenue to allow for a mixed multi residential and commercial development. A public hearing is tentatively scheduled for September 18.
Two four-storey apartment buildings proposed for Courtenay
The City of Courtenay has received an application for an OCP Amendment to allow for a multi-residential development consisting of two four-storey apartment buildings each containing 48 units at 925 Braidwood Street. A public information meeting organized by the applicant was held September 12.
12-acre property in Comox has been cleared for a new subdivision
A 12-acre property has been cleared in Comox to allow for a new subdivision. The design layout for the subdivision is expected to include approximately 50 single family lots that will be zoned to include secondary suites and in addition, some low-level townhouses are being proposed. Further details will become available once the preliminary subdivision design has been submitted.
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