Phase Two at CUBES is now renting! Enjoy polished concrete floors, natural wood ceilings and floor-to-ceiling windows in your one-bedroom suite.

Phase Two at CUBES is now renting! Enjoy polished concrete floors, natural wood ceilings and floor-to-ceiling windows in your one-bedroom suite.

Deck different halls this Christmas with a new rental suite!

Snap up an East Courtenay suite, move in Dec. 1, then string up the lights and tinsel

If you’ve hauled out the holly but aren’t feeling inspired to deck the halls, maybe a change of scenery will help.

Are you tired of living with your bubble, and hoping to spread out? Are you hunting for the perfect home in high-demand Comox Valley?

Let CUBES be your early Christmas gift, with occupancy in just a couple of weeks, on Dec. 1. The final phase of residential suites at the East Courtenay mixed-use building is now renting, and if you want to decorate in your new digs you better act fast!

4 facts about CUBES Comox Valley

  • Only one-bedroom suites remain: The 24 units in Phase One sold out in just a few months, and all of the two-bedroom suites in Phase Two are already spoken-for. Explore the floor plans of available one-bed + one-bath or one-bed + one-bath + den suites at cubescomoxvalley.ca.
  • Phase Two is an independent building: Set back from Mission Road with its own parking, Phase Two is even closer to North Island Hospital Comox Valley and North Island College. Use the pedestrian path to walk or bike to class, or to a workout at the Comox Valley Aquatic Centre. Some suites overlook the Queneesh Elementary field, for peaceful evening sunsets.
  • Pet friendly + full of amenities: Pets are welcome at CUBES, and with a washer and dryer in every suite it’s easy to clean up Rover’s muddy tracks. The building also offers secure bike storage, high speed fiberoptic Internet, and secure keyless entry. Every suite comes with a five-appliance package which includes a dishwasher.
  • Natural features and sustainable design: Bring the natural world indoors with exposed wood ceilings and floor-to-ceiling windows. Polished concrete floors are environmentally friendly and contribute to the excellent air quality at CUBES. A heat recovery ventilation system uses the heat from outgoing air to warm incoming air, so room temperatures stay stable and air stays fresh. Even the dryer uses energy-efficient heat pump technology.

Find CUBES in growing East Courtenay near Crown Isle Golf Course, Costco, Home Depot, Thrifty Foods and more at 2525 Mission Rd. You’ll also love living near the growing list of businesses opening up on the ground floor of CUBES.

To schedule a residential tour call 250-893-9541 or email thecubes@devonproperties.com.

Commercial space is also still available for immediate occupancy, in a prime location with plentiful customer parking and proximity to the Comox Valley Hospital. For commercial inquiries call 250-580-6684 or email cubescomoxvalley@gmail.com.

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Move in Dec. 1 and then start decorating your new CUBES suite for the holidays!

Move in Dec. 1 and then start decorating your new CUBES suite for the holidays!

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