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Jun 22, 2017
Comox Valley Realtor Art Meyers, along with colleague Michael Emerson, are the realtors for a new townhouse project called Parkside Lifestyle Townhomes located in Courtenay on beautiful Vancouver Island.
Design work is underway to build duplexes, triplexes and a fourplexes in a townhome style. These spacious units are approximately 1,350 sq. ft. in size and include 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, an outside patio, a landscaped yard, a garage as well as room for additional parking in the driveway.
Construction is expected to begin once preliminary site work has been completed in the next few months. Introductory pre-sale pricing on this project is being offered for a limited period of time on these townhomes for sale.
Parkside Lifestyle Townhomes will be centrally located in the Comox Valley on the east coast of Vancouver Island.
Mar 16, 2012
A new townhome development on Piercy Avenue in Courtenay, Vancouver Island is being built by McQueen Construction in the Comox Valley. This new real estate project planned to be built in two phases, with a total of four townhouses and two duplexes creating 10 new Courtenay homes. The townhomes and duplexes will offer three different floor plans, which will include two or three bedrooms and bathroom and range in size from 1,300-1,600 sq. ft.
Options will include the increasingly popular design of the master bedroom on the main floor. All of these new homes will feature hardwood flooring, solid wood cabinets, and come complete with appliance packages. The homes will have attached garages and additional driveway parking, and the development will also have guest parking spots.
Located only a few blocks from downtown Courtenay, Piercy Avenue Townhomes are set in a sunny, central location in this growing Vancouver Island city.
Prices are expected to start at $249,900.
Dec 06, 2011
McQueen Construction is building a new Comox Valley townhome development on Piercy Avenue in Courtenay, Vancouver Island. This new project will be built in two phases with four townhouses and two duplexes for a total of 10 new homes. The townhomes and duplexes will feature three different floor plans which will include two or three bedrooms and bathroom and range in size from 1,300-1,600 sq. ft.
Home designs include the option of having the master bedroom on the main floor. All of these centrally located new homes will feature hardwood flooring, solid wood cabinets, and appliance packages. The homes will have attached garages and additional driveway parking, and guest parking spots.
Located only a few blocks from downtown Courtenay, Piercy Avenue Townhomes are set in a sunny central location.
Prices are expected to start at $249,900.
Nov 25, 2010
A real estate development company with roots in the Mill Bay community is hoping to breath new life into this small Vancouver Island community, the Victoria Times Colonist is reporting.
Cadillac Homes bought the waterfront property surrounding the community’s ravaged marina this year through a court-ordered sale and has plans to reinvent the marina and establish a new hub for the town.
"This is the only waterfront community I know of where there's nothing on the waterfront for the public other than the beach," said Cadillac Homes president Cam Pringle, noting the pebbled stretch of beach along Mill Bay Road offers only the view. "What we're hoping to do is build something there that the whole community will support and come down to."
Pringle said he's part of the Mill Bay community. He has lived in the area for 20 years and has had his own small boat moored at the marina over that time.
He hopes the Cowichan Valley Regional District will embrace his vision of enhancing Mill Bay. "We are building a community benefit with the marina itself and rebuilding the boat launch, putting in a boardwalk, a little cafe and maybe some space for local artists," he said. "It will be a real hub for the community."
Pringle hopes to be able to get his project in front of the CVRD directors before the end of this year and schedule a public hearing early in 2011.
The Cadillac Homes proposal would see a high-end townhouse development developed up from the marina. There would be 14 new waterfront townhomes, likely ranging in price from $750,000 to $950,000. The project also includes a complete overhaul and rebuilding of the old marina including 94 slips, some transient moorage and a boardwalk featuring retail and service outlets.
The best-case scenario - getting all approvals required without delays - would see the company break ground in June, Pringle said, and be done by the summer of 2012.
Excerpted from the Victoria Times Colonist