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Station Park (née SIXO) | 28 + 20? + 12? + ? fl | Proposed
Well the Caroline condos were pitched as luxury residences... And the Circa 1877 does appear to be touched as a boutique condo with nice finishes, although it had aggressive and competitive pricing at release.

I don't know much about Arrow...I'm a Kitchener boy born and bread but the location Arrow doesn't scream high end or affluent...yet...thus I cannot say.
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Locations aside, Arrow Lofts is (in my opinion) probably the nicest condo building in Kitchener at the moment. This may change as new buildings are completed, but for now I have not found anything else comparable.

In Waterloo, Bauer and 144 Park are pretty nice, but I have not been inside RED, for example. Seagram Lofts is getting older but it still a premium building, to be sure.
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I seem to recall that Watermark Place off Erb St was also a high end building, although it's now a bit dated.
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(6 hours ago)panamaniac Wrote: I seem to recall that Watermark Place off Erb St was also a high end building, although it's now a bit dated.

Right. Waterpark Place was a nice building, but now over 30 years old. Has it had a thorough renovation yet?
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(6 hours ago)tomh009 Wrote:
(6 hours ago)panamaniac Wrote: I seem to recall that Watermark Place off Erb St was also a high end building, although it's now a bit dated.

Right. Waterpark Place was a nice building, but now over 30 years old. Has it had a thorough renovation yet?

We visited a unit there 11 years ago when looking for real estate and already thought it was dated back then. Also the demographic was pretty mis-aligned with what we were hoping for (say empty-nesters...) though that may align more with the demographic at some of the other high-end condo places.
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(5 hours ago)plam Wrote:
(6 hours ago)tomh009 Wrote: Right. Waterpark Place was a nice building, but now over 30 years old. Has it had a thorough renovation yet?

We visited a unit there 11 years ago when looking for real estate and already thought it was dated back then. Also the demographic was pretty mis-aligned with what we were hoping for (say empty-nesters...) though that may align more with the demographic at some of the other high-end condo places.

Arrow Lofts is mostly 50+, but it does have its share of tech folks and other younger people. The older demographic will naturally come with the higher prices, though: not many millennials will be looking for $400K+ condos, at least not in Kitchener.
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