Editor’s Note August 30, 2017: Renovation of the Comox Mall continues
In This Week’s Issue:
- Renovation of the Comox Mall continues
- New multi-residential project proposed for 31st Street and Cliffe Avenue in Courtenay
- In Campbell River, new 70-unit residential development proposed south of Merecroft Village
Renovation of the Comox Mall continues
Renovation of the Comox Mall continues, which includes the removal of a middle portion of the mall for additional parking and easier storefront access and upgrades to all three floors of the building. Some office space on this level is available to lease to new tenants. The renovation is expected to be complete late this fall. Construction of a separate one-storey building to be facing Comox Avenue is expected to begin soon.
New multi-residential project proposed for 31st Street and Cliffe Avenue in Courtenay
The owner of a proposed multi-residential housing project at the southeast corner of 31st Street and Cliffe Avenue in Courtenay expects to submit a building permit application this month, with construction beginning in late October or early November, once all approvals are in place. Once begun, the project will take approximately nine months to complete.
In Campbell River, new 70-unit residential development proposed south of Merecroft Village
A building permit application for 525 Dogwood Street South has been submitted for the development of a four-storey, 70-unit, multi-family residential building on the east side of Dogwood Street South directly south of the Merecroft Village commercial centre. The applicant has communicated to staff that this Major Development Permit application represents phase one of a three-phase development.
Enjoy the Labour Day Weekend!
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