Region: Vancouver Island and Coast
Regional District: Cowichan Valley
Duncan serves as an economic hub for the Cowichan Region. They provide healthcare, retail, professional services and cultural tourism. Downtown has a rich heritage including 100 year old City Hall and clock tower, train station and the Cowichan Valley Museum. Duncan's goal is to be a carbon neutral, healthy and affordable community with a strong economy. The city is known for great shopping and dining and as a major employment hub for the region. The area is home to Vancouver Island University, public schools and private schools.
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JAMES STREET, Duncan, BC
38 Seat plus patio restaurant with specialty stir fry menu. Over 11 years in operation with consistent gross sales and strong take-out service. Long term lease available. Potential of building purchase. Freestanding, fresh renos to space, paved on site parking, great visibility across from community...
3096 Gibbins Rd, Duncan, BC, V9L 1E9
Commercial/Mixed use Development Site - Shovel Ready. Situated near the Cowichan District Hospital and close proximity to downtown is this flat undeveloped parcel of land, nearly one acre in size with a C2 zoning which is the broadest uses permitted in the commercial zones in North Cowichan. Permitt...
James Street, Duncan, BC
36 Seat restaurant in Duncan specializing in Beverages and hamburger fast food. Bubble Tea, Milk-shakes, smoothies, Italian sodas, wraps and poutine are featured. Full kitchen allows conversion to other menu items or complete change to other food styles. Leaseholds in place for anything from take-ou...
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The system consists of a small box of... continue
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In the months following the show, the Vancouver Island-based value-added fish processor finalized several deals to supply fish destined for the U... continue
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