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.

Last chance for home hunters to get SQUARED away in East Courtenay

Residential Phase Two is now renting, and not expected to last long

Phase One of CUBES sold out in a matter of months.

The residential suites in Phase Two are now renting, and with high housing demand in the Comox Valley, renters are likely to snap them up quickly.

CUBES is a mixed-use building conveniently located in growing East Courtenay next to the Comox Valley Hospital, making it popular with both residential and commercial renters. Phase Two is the final residential offering, with occupancy on schedule for Dec. 1, 2020.

“This is your last chance to live at CUBES, and we’re already 50 per cent rented,” says Tom Moore, Comox Valley native, and the architect behind CUBES. “With occupancy on December 1 you can get into a new place just in time for Christmas!”

Clean design, for you and the planet

Phase Two is just across the treed parking lot from Phase One, with one- and two-bedroom suites in a variety of configurations (all two-bedroom suites have already been rented). Every suite comes with a five-appliance package including a washer, dryer and dishwasher, and Phase One residents are loving the dramatic wood ceilings.

“The building itself has sustainable design features that improve air quality for residents and reduce our impact on the environment,” Moore says. A heat recovery ventilation system uses the warmth from outgoing air to heat incoming air, so room temperatures stay stable and air stays fresh. Even the dryer uses energy-efficient heat pump technology.

Visit the Phase Two show suites to see for yourself how the light pours in from floor-to-ceiling windows in the living room and bedroom (window coverings are included) and touch the quality kitchen furnishings. Start your exploring with a virtual tour to get a sense of the space.

Ready to pick out your unit? The floor plans of all suites are available online so you can find the perfect space for your family, your college roommates, or your private sanctuary.

The city at your doorstep

The inside of your home is important, and so is the amenities that surround it. CUBES sits at 2525 Mission Rd. in bustling East Courtenay next to Costco, Home Depot, Thrifty Foods and other retail, and a walking path connects you to North Island College and the Comox Valley Aquatic Centre.

Don’t want to change out of your slippers? There’s a growing number of businesses moving in on the CUBES ground floor, including your new neighbourhood coffee shop Milano’s and other professional services.

“We have a number of great commercial tenants already, but space is still available. With the proximity to the hospital it’s a prime location for medical services,” Moore says.

To schedule a residential tour call 250-893-9541 or email For commercial inquiries call 250-580-6684 or email

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Phase One at CUBES sold out in just a few months, and Phase Two is your last chance to live at the new mixed-use building in East Courtenay.

Phase One at CUBES sold out in just a few months, and Phase Two is your last chance to live at the new mixed-use building in East Courtenay.

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