Tender Expected in April 2018 for the Regional Office for the Comox Valley Regional District

Posted on Mar 13, 2018

Construction documents are now being prepared for the proposed Comox Valley Regional District (CVRD) regional office building, and staff expect to present them to the CVRD board in April, with estimates for Class B costs.
The building will be approximately 21,850 sq. ft., and is a two-storey, slab-on-grade, structural steel building consisting primarily of office space, with an area built to post-disaster standards to house a regional emergency operations centre, boardroom, archives and server room.
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Buy-More Save-More at Budget Blinds This Month

Posted on Mar 12, 2018

This month, the more you buy, the more you’ll save with Budget Blinds of Central and Northern Vancouver Island, with up to  45% off Signature Series blinds this March.

The Signature Series collection, exclusive to Budget Blinds, is updated with new styles almost every year. Budget Blinds designers can provide a free in-home consultation to guide you through the latest choices and ensure you receive beautiful, on-trend window treatments that suit your style.

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Union Bay Estates Moving Forward in the Comox Valley

Posted on Mar 11, 2018

Kensington Union Bay Properties Limited recently held a press conference to announce the launch of the Union Bay Estates development – a residential and commercial development located on 850 acres in Union Bay, in the Comox Valley on Vancouver Island.
The Master Development Agreement for this project allows up to 2,949 new residential units to be built. Currently, there are approximately 1,200 residents in Union Bay and the population could increase by an additional 7,500-9,000 once the project has been built out.
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Canadian Homes Sales Dropped in January

Posted on Feb 28, 2018

Statistics released February 15 by The Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA) show national home sales fell sharply in January 2018. Home sales via Canadian MLS® Systems dropped sharply in January after having climbed to the highest monthly level on record in December.

The Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA) has released sales statistics showing national home sales fell sharply in January 2018.

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