Albert and Hickory Condos

Size: 140,000 SF | Value: $22 Million | Completion: 2019 | Location: Waterloo, ON

Architecture

Located in the Northdale community of Waterloo, the Hickory condo building is within a neighbourhood undergoing transition from primarily single detached residential use to a vibrant, high-density, mixed-use community. Located less than 1km from the University of Waterloo and Wilfrid Laurier campuses, the redevelopment of this neighbourhood will strongly contribute to the Kitchener-Waterloo community.

 

This condo will be a seven-storey (plus parking) building with 111 condo units. In addition to the residential units, the building will offer commercial space and a number of live-work townhouse type units, as well as a variety of indoor and outdoor living and amenity spaces including a patio at the ground level, open green space on the roof, an indoor fitness area, and private outdoor balconies. The combination of a variety of living and amenity spaces will ensure a comfortable and animated development encouraging a broad range of occupants and significant contribution to the local urban fabric.

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