ONE28 Waterloo Condos is a New Condo development by CTN Developments located at King St. & Elgin, Waterloo.
Welcome to One28 King St. North Condos, CTN Developments’ response to Waterloo’s ever-increasing housing demand and first major contemporary project in the area.
Intriguing shapes and forms create a stunning piece for Waterloo’s University District.
Located just minutes from downtown Waterloo, Wilfred Laurier University, Waterloo University and the UW Technology Park, One28 puts you at the centre of it all. Boasting 16 storeys with 120 luxurious suites ranging from 536 to 959 sq ft, this project is favoured for its close proximity to Waterloo’s best in shopping, dining and entertainment.
One28 King St. North Amenities
This project will feature well designed and luxurious indoor/outdoor amenities.
Marble and wood-panelled lobby
3 Levels of Parking
Electric Car Charging Stations
Secure Bike Parking
and much more...
One28 King St. North is a walker’s paradise as the area’s Walk Score is a phenomenal 94/100. This means that daily errands do not require a car.
Residents of One 28 Condos have their choice of 10 bus routes that can be accessed from nearby bus stops.
Motorists driving to downtown Toronto for work or play will enjoy living in close proximity to Conestoga Parkway which connects to the 401.
Great Investment Opportunity
Given the fact that the King and Elgin St. neighbourhood is home to a number of Universities under-serviced by the housing industry, the chance of an investor receiving a positive return is promising. Purchasing a unit in a community that is constantly growing adds a sense of security to both investors and home-buyers, not to mention- Waterloo is now ranked one of the top 10 cities to live in. One28 Condos proves to be a project that is perfect for many! New home-buyers in Waterloo, students looking to rent near their school, downsizers and investors especially will enjoy living at One28 King St. North Condos.
Area Eateries & Entertainment
Hot Wheels Tea House
The Lion Brewery Restaurant
Kitchener Waterloo Chamber Music Society
Earth Science Museum