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Avenue M – A Luxury Condo Review

Avenue M – Luxury Condos In The Heart Of Downtown Kitchener

Local developer Activa has begun marketing its latest condominium development “Avenue M”  to local realtors. The 6 storey, two-tower build has a unique 3-acre location along Margaret Avenue in downtown Kitchener. It showcases real potential and the location couldn’t be more ideal for both professionals working in the downtown core, or those who are considering downsizing but are not excited about life in a high-rise tower.

Margaret Street mansions in downtown Kitchener, torn down in 1988

The development site once held beautiful turn of the 20th century Victorian mansions that have long since been torn down. Fittingly, Activa’s design showcases mid-rise buildings that capture past elegance by blending an old-world all brick exterior and mansard roofline with a more futuristic all-glass portico entrance uniting the two sides.

Future residents will be able to take advantage of Avenue M’s direct proximity to the Centre in the Square (just a short walk away), the KW Art Gallery and all of the fine dining establishments located in downtown Kitchener.

Avenue M

The all-glass portico entrance unites the two towers

Avenue M will feature beautifully landscaped grounds that still houses large, mature trees, an onsite gym, a curated events space and finishes which are in line with its French Revival architectural style.

Benjamins Realty Inc. has flagged this development as having excellent investment potential. As a local player in the real estate market, Benjamins Realty may be able to offer early access to pre-construction unit releases (the best time to buy a condo is preconstruction). Furthermore, if you are looking to downsize, you can take advantage of our highly rated listing services. Don’t hesitate to contact us today with questions or interest in Avenue M, simply fill in the form below.

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