Cubes will be ready for residential and commercial renters this summer! Conveniently located beside the Comox Valley Hospital and North Island College in a quiet residential neighbourhood.

It’s hip to be SQUARE at this new Courtenay rental space

Fantastic rental opportunity at Cubes, the mixed use development next to Comox Valley Hospital

Courtenay continues to grow, and architect Tom Moore of Dark Horse Holdings wants to help renters grow along with it.

Cubes, Dark Horse Holdings’ new mixed-use building beside the Comox Valley Hospital and North Island College, brings 60 rental residential units and 12,800 square feet of commercial space to Courtenay’s eastern hub.

“It’s a quiet, residential area, with a great commercial opportunity in close proximity to the hospital,” Moore says.

With decades of experience in architecture on Vancouver Island and beyond, Moore has taken care to root Cubes in modern West Coast style.

3 great features in your new home or business

  • Thoughtful design — Cubes is sustainably built with exposed wood ceilings, polished concrete floors and a heat recovery system to provide excellent air quality, large windows and abundant natural light. The building is pet-friendly, with secure bike storage for both residents and commercial visitors, and ample vehicle surface parking, including electric charging stations. Moore’s building designs offer unique solutions customized to local projects, and Cubes is no different.
  • Quiet, convenient location — From Cubes it’s just a two-minute stroll on a walking path to the front entrance of the Comox Valley Hospital, making it a great commercial space for medical specialists, such as a doctor, surgeons, specialists, dental offices and pharmacy, as well as a local coffee shop. Residents will love the peaceful neighbourhood close to east Courtenay’s shopping district, and right on the bike path to Comox Valley Aquatic Centre and North Island College.
  • Family investment — Dark Horse Holdings has experience developing investment properties on Vancouver Island, but the Cubes project is personal. “This is a family investment,” Moore says. “I grew up in the Valley. My father was a pilot in the Air Force, C.O. of 407 Squadron, and I took my first year of university at Courtenay High School. We’re really proud to bring this opportunity to the Comox Valley and add to the housing stock.”

Join other early birds on the VIP waiting list for early access to 24 units in Phase 1, and an exclusive viewing of the show suite starting June 27. Phase 1 occupancy is in August, while Phase 2 is slated for September. Register now at cubescomoxvalley.ca.

Take advantage of move-in specials like vouchers and discounts from Article Furniture, Ramen Ya, Milano Coffee, Comox Valley Aquatic Centre, and free Telus Fibre Optic internet and TV. For commercial leasers, occupancy is available immediately, but over 50 per cent of the 12,000 square feet are already spoken for so you better act fast!

Check out the latest developments at 2525 Mission Rd., right next to the Comox Valley Hospital.

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Tom Moore (left), on site of Cubes when the mass timber floor was installed. The mixed-use building will be ready for residential and commercial renters this summer!

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