At 26 storeys and flanked by the dining, shopping and commercial spaces of Garment Street, this new development will offer an urban lifestyle unlike anything else in Kitchener.
Status: Now Selling
With its impressive height reaching 31 storeys, Charlie West Condos will stand tall and handsome next to Kitchener's Innovation District, overlooking Victoria Park.
Status: Coming Soon
A new, vibrant community is coming to Guelph at the corner of Alice and Huron.
Status: Under Construction / 90% Sold
With its stunning streetscape, ONE HUNDRED will elevate the urban experience for residents wanting to live in the Innovation District.
Status: Sold Out
Rising 19 storeys, One Victoria will invigorate the corner of King and Victoria and be the premiere condominium in Downtown Kitchener.
Built: 2009 /Status: Sold Out
The corner of Peppler and Bridgeport is the intersection of style and sustainability with the completion of the42 in Uptown Waterloo.
Built: 2012 /Status: Sold Out
RED Condominium is a modern mid-rise development offering contemporary living in a prime location in Uptown Waterloo.
Built: 2008 /Status: Sold Out
The BPR Lofts is just south of Regina and Bridgeport in Uptown Waterloo and features tasteful architecture and eco-friendly touches.
Say Hello to Charlie West
Located at the intersection of Charles St. and Gaukel St., Charlie West is across the street from Victoria Park and a few short blocks from the Innovation District and the influx of development currently changing the face of the downtown core.
The development, at more than twenty storeys, will overlook both Victoria Park and the increasingly vibrant scene along King St., which features an eclectic mix of dining, live music, theatre, museums and shopping.
At 26 storeys and flanked by the dining, shopping and commercial spaces of Garment Street, this new development sets a new bar for condo amenities in the Waterloo Region. Garment Street puts you in the heart of the Innovation District, where university campuses, the new LRT hub soon to be built and countless tech companies (including Google) call home.