Newport Village Courtenay is a three-building project of mixed commercial and residential units. Scott Stanfield photo

Commercial/residential complex under construction in West Courtenay

Newport Village Courtenay is a three-building project of mixed commercial and residential units, about 2.5 acres in size, under construction at 3070 Kilpatrick Ave.

Building one is expected to be ready for occupancy in September. Construction of the scond building is expected to run from this fall to the fall of 2020.

Building two will include five commercial spaces and 50 residential condos. Sales for the second building will begin once sales for the first building are complete. Prices for a 689 square-foot apartment in Building one start at $269,000.

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