Your Weekly North Vancouver Island Construction News
In this Week’s Issue of Building Links
- Courtenay: A new four storey 37 unit apartment building proposed.
- Campbell River: 12 new townhomes for sale soon in the Jubilee Heights neighbourhood.
- Hornby Island: Site prep restarts for the new Thatch Pub and 15 waterfront townhomes.
Courtenay: A new four storey 37 unit apartment building proposed.
Courtenay has received OCP and Zoning Bylaw amendment applications for a four storey, 37 unit rental building on Piercy Avenue. The applicant is seeking to change the land use designation from Urban Residential to Multi Residential and the zoning from Residential Two Zone to a new site specific Comprehensive Development Zone. If approved, the building will include a mix of studio, one and two bedroom units for singles, couples or small families.
Campbell River: 12 new townhomes for sale soon in the Jubilee Heights neighbourhood.
Campbell River’s newest 12 townhome complex will be built in two six plexes and building permits were issued last week. The project is located in the Jubilee Heights neighbourhood and will be offered for sale. This project is the third multi-family development in Phase 1 of Jubilee Heights. The first project was a 10 unit townhome complex by Dayton Cox Construction that is now sold out. The second project includes a 9 unit rental townhome development, currently under construction by Akers Property Solutions.
Hornby Island: Site prep restarts for the new Thatch Pub and 15 waterfront townhomes.
Construction of the new Thatch Pub and 15 waterfront townhomes on Hornby Island is restarting. A protocol agreement has been signed between the owner and the K’omoks First Nation, and a development permit has been approved by the Islands Trust board. Completion of the first fourplex is expected for Spring 2022 and the townhomes are expected to be for sale.
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