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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2533 LEWIS STREET, Duncan, BC
DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITY: Flat site with two road frontages located in East Duncan a short distance from Chesterfield Sportsplex and Duncan's VIU campus. The commercial core, schools, parks, shopping and trail systems are only a short walk away. Preliminary plans for 35 unit development available. Ve...
777 Canada Ave, Duncan, BC, V9L 1V1
909 sq ft commercial unit, one of few available units under 1,000 sq ft. Exceptional corner location in downtown Duncan Located on a high traffic artery close to all amenities Well maintained building Zoned DTC (Downtown Neighborhood Commercial) with vast number of uses including retail, service, of...
2853 ROBERTS ROAD, Duncan, BC
New Price! Opportunity to purchase a large warehouse building with abundant yard area. There is room for building expansion: Current site coverage is 25.4% with maximum allowable under I-1, Light Industrial zoning being 50% coverage. The owner has operated his business in this location for many year...
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