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Welcome to the Grand Market District

Cadillac Fairview, owners of Fairview Mall in Kitchener have announced a bold new proposal for the space including "Over 250,000 sq ft of office space in two new buildings, a parking garage, re-development of the old Sears space into new retail, plus a plan for 4 residential towers in behind the mall." ...Keep Reading
A New Tower for DTK

After years of discussions, the Trinity United Church will be sold and replaced with a 33 storey condo tower. Located at the corner of Duke and Frederick, Duke Tower will provide an impressive presence in that end of Downtown ...Keep Reading
Charlie West Sold Out??

Rumours are swirling that Momentum Development's newest condo project, Charlie West, at the corner of Charles and Gaukel in Downtown Kitchener has already sold all of it's units. This 31 floor tower could break ground sooner rather than later. ...Keep Reading
40% of Downtown Kitchener Office Space Sold

In a monumental real estate deal, Europro Real Estate has purchased seven major commercial buildings in Downtown Kitchener, including Market Square. The potential for these buildings is endless ...Keep Reading

Massive New Downtown Project Proposed

A series of new renderings have popped up for a large scale development in Downtown Kitchener. Three towers and a ton of commercial space would cover the current strip mall and former funeral home...Keep Reading
LRT Construction Continues

Work continues on the Region of Waterloo's monumental Light Rail Transit project. Work here at Northfield in Waterloo in ongoing on what promises to be a project that will change the way our Region operates and is built...Keep Reading
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