With the hospital next door and ample parking right at your storefront, Cubes in east Courtenay is the perfect place to set up your business.

With the hospital next door and ample parking right at your storefront, Cubes in east Courtenay is the perfect place to set up your business.

The key to commercial success? Keep it SQUARE!

Prime location next to the hospital is a great location for new clinics or medical services

Launching a business in the Comox Valley? Get in on the ground floor of Courtenay’s healthcare hub!

Sometimes old clichés hold true — when you’re opening a storefront or expanding your business, location really is everything. No matter how great your product or service, if customers don’t know you exist then you’ll never do business. The right location can connect you with clients and mean the difference between struggle and success.

“Cubes really is in a great location,” says architect Tom Moore of Dark Horse Holdings. “East Courtenay has seen a lot of growth in the last few years, and with the hospital and the college right next door I think it’s a fantastic commercial opportunity.”

4 reasons to set up shop at Cubes

  • Growing population: Cubes is centrally located in the Comox Valley, one of the fastest growing regions in BC. Your business will have access to over 200,000 people within a 45 minute commute, global reach through the nearby international airport, and a steady stream of visitors to North Island College and CFB Comox. Don’t forget the captive audience living right upstairs — the Cubes ground floor is commercial, and 60 rental suites on the second and third floors provide even more potential for your business.
  • Healthcare hub: With the new Comox Valley Hospital as your neighbour, Cubes is the perfect place to set up a medical business. Launch a pharmacy to fill prescriptions for patients visiting the hospital, or set up a shop providing mobility aids and other medical supplies. As a healthcare hub Cubes is also a great place for specialist clinics like physiotherapists, chiropractors, optometrists and more.
  • Commercial demand: Every day, shoppers visit east Courtenay to visit anchor stores like Costco, Home Depot and Thrifty Foods and work out at the Comox Valley Aquatic Centre. While they’re in the neighbourhood they could be picking up a coffee from your café or corner store.
  • Features: Cubes boasts plenty of parking immediately adjacent to your ground floor storefront, including electric vehicle charging stations. There are also great signage opportunities for all commercial units. Immediate occupancy is available!

Take a look at your new storefront at 2525 Mission Rd., right next to the Comox Valley Hospital. Visit cubescomoxvalley.ca for more information, or call 250-580-6684 to get started!

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