By Condo Culture
In last week's blog, we discussed just how awesome Kitchener-Waterloo is (#KWawesome is a real hashtag for a reason) and the top 6 reasons why you should invest in the region. One of the things that makes this region so great, is that in addition to its thriving urban core, its communities are filled with tons of parks and green spaces. In this week's blog we explore some of the condo buildings that are strategically located near some of the best trails that Kitchener-Waterloo has to offer.
Waterloo, ON Where nature and city meet, the Blackstone condominiums are located in the north end of Waterloo with quick access to the Walter Bean Grand River Trail. This trail along the Grand River is filled with scenic views and is perfect for walking, running, hiking and bird watching.
Live at Blackstone: There still remains a very limited opportunity to buy at Blackstone with just three 2 bedroom units remaining starting at $472,400 . 1 and 2 bedroom rentals are also available with monthly leases starting at $1,599.
Kitchener, ON The Parkside Urban Towns are at the doorstep of The McLean Park trails and are perfect for those who want to enjoy nature. These trails are a part of the 96 acre McLean Park that also offers a splash pad, beach volleyball and basketball courts, bike and skate parks, a picnic shelter and toboggan hill.
Live at Parkside: New units at Parkside are expected to be released Spring 2021. Stay tuned for more information!
Waterloo, ON The Bauer District is home to Caroline St. Private Residences, 144 Park, Bauer Lofts, RED Condominiums and CIRCA 1877. In addition to being located in the heart of the city, it is also just a few steps from the Iron Horse Trail. This historic trail connects Waterloo Park to Victoria Park along a former railway corridor and is perfect for daily commuting or recreation.
Live in the Bauer District: The Bauer District remains one of Kitchener-Waterloo’s most sought after residential neighborhoods with a number of available rentals and units for sale. Contact us for more information.
During the Ontario stay at home order, parks and trails in the region remain open. If you're looking to get out this weekend for some fresh air, exercise or to explore perhaps check out one of the trails above. Wishing you an awesome weekend!