Verde Living offers ultimate convenience with nearly amenities - groceries, parks, cafe's, banks, gyms, schools, hospitals, gas stations, and shopping.
Outdoor adventures are at your doorstep with McLennan park's playground, splash pad, skateboard park and trails just across the street.
Elmsdale Park, a short walk away, features seating, picnic areas, linking Verde Living with exquisite family parks and trails.
Laurentian Commons Community
Stroll a minute from Verde Living to partake in the mixed-use community that encompasses Verde Living. As the last condo to join Laurentian Commons, Verde Living is the final piece that seamlessly completes the master plan.
With integrated residential and commercial uses. Laurentian Commons brings boutique commercial opportunities, consisting of restaurants, retail shopping and cafe's right next door.
THRIVING COMMUNITY. THRIVING ECONOMY.
Kitchener-Waterloo is Canada's second-fastest growing region, anticipating a population surge of 742,000 by 2031. With a booming urban core, KW offers abundant job opportunities, innovation, and development potential.
Rental rate growth
World-renowned post-secondary institutions
Increase in average condo price from 2021 to 2022
Higher average PPSF value in Toronto than in Kitchener
Vacancy rate: One of the province's lowest rates
Kitchener-Waterloo showcases its innovations in projects like the ION LRT, a fast, eco-friendly transport system catering to the regions growing population. It's part of the city's sustainable approach to meet it's ever growing transportation needs.
Waterloo Region has generated 30,000+ tech jobs, attracting industry giants like Google and innovative startups alike. Growth in Canada's tech corridor is exponential.