Photo: Mayor Carl Zehr and Peter Smith of Andrin Homes
Kitchener’s core will reach new heights with City Cente Condominiums. The 15-storey project by Andrin Homes just reached a significant milestone with the builder closing the purchase on the land deal with the city.
“This exciting next step means we can now proceed toward construction of what will be the largest residential project in Kitchener,” said Peter Smith, president of Andrin, in the news release.
Located at 120 King St. W., the 179-unit will be designed by Quadrangle Architects Ltd. The new building is expected to spur growth in the downtown.
Kitchener’s mayor, Carl Zehr, threw his support behind the project.
“The City is delighted that Andrin is moving ahead with this project,” said Mayor Zehr. “This progress – and the interest in City Centre – is a clear illustration that Kitchener continues to be an in-demand urban community.”
One of the first two condo buildings to be built in this prominent downtown location, City Centre Condos will feature glass walls that illuminate the interior, not to mention great views of the downtown. The project’s other lofty goal? It will be the very first residential condo in Kitchener and the Region of Waterloo to be a LEED candidate. The building will come with car plug-ins, bike storage and access to car share programs as well.
Apart from the green features, the suites will be equipped European-inspired cabinetry, granite countertops and stainless steel appliances. Each unit will also have individual hydro metering.
Suites start from $235,990.
For more information contact 519 744 2170.