williamsburgwalk A new four-storey condo coming to Kitchener, Williamsburg Walk is set in a prime location. Owning a residence at the 325 Max Becker Drive address is truly enviable as it will be in the heart of Williamsburg Town Centre. The master-planned promenade focuses on pedestrians and is home to a charming and accessible streetscape, anchored by a Town Hall. It’s no wonder why it picked up an award for outstanding site design.

The condo by RBJ Schlegel Holdings Inc. and Reids Heritage Homes will be conveniently situated among countless amenities. Running daily errands will be a breeze thanks to the 30 unique vendors operating out of Williamsburg Town Centre. Grab a coffee, take a trip to the salon or meet up with friends for dinner. Anything you might need will be just outside your door.

A complete, urban neighbourhood, Williamsburg Town Centre is conveniently situated within Kitchener. Commuters will appreciate the simple access to Highway 85 and the 401, making travelling to surrounding communities a snap.

It’s a fuss-free lifestyle. There’s no need to shovel snow or clear out the gutters when you call Williamsburg Walk home. However, the low-rise building will create a sense of intimacy. The Williamsburg Community Association is a particularly active group and the nearby community centre offers plenty of programs for kids and grown-ups alike.

Schools and abundant park space are just around the corner. There are plans to bring a new green space to the southwest district, which would bring soccer and multi-purpose fields to the area. Currently, residents can enjoy the Max Becker Common down the street as well as Rittenhouse Park, which is home to baseball diamonds, a playground and plenty of pathways through the green space.

Looking for something a little more wild? The Borden Wetlands, a naturalized area with plenty of trails, is just ten minutes away on foot.

Make this community your own. Suites start from the low $200,000s.

For more information contact 519 742 4004.

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