Oshawa looks to welcome a new upscale condo that can serve as an ideal off-campus residence for the city’s burgeoning education and health science services.
1664 Simcoe Street North Condos is a mid-rise condominium development by Karmina Developments in Oshawa .This new project is located at 1664 Simcoe Street North in Samac neighbourhood currently in pre-construction.
This 8-storey mid-rise condo enjoys a prime location immediately adjacent to the Oshawa Campus of Durham College and Ontario Tech University (OTU). Residents at this condo will be able to reach their classes in just 6 minutes by foot, allowing for quick access to school facilities as well as the retail services that serve the local community.
As a true oasis for student living, this condo will feature such luxurious amenities such as a multi-level study lounge, full gym, and rooftop facilities.
As with all of Karmina Developments’ upcoming projects, this development is shaping up to be as lavish as they are convenient. Register with GTA-Homes today to receive all the latest updates on this rising real estate prospect.
This neighbourhood makes for a perfect place for post-secondary students to pursue their academic careers, unbeatable for its tranquility and convenience.
With its prospective tenants all but predetermined, this condo project looks to be a safe investment that will only grow over time. Durham College and OTU are already set on a path that will raise their profile, making this and other nearby developments a hot commodity on the real estate development market.
Location & Neighbourhood
Formerly praised as the “Automotive Capital of Canada”, Oshawa has since redefined itself as an education and health sciences hub where tens of thousands of students enrol at its post-secondary institutions every year. As the city continues to gain prominence from its new modern role, this strategically-placed condo looks to play a part in this upward trend by being located immediately next to two of them, while another two lie within commuting distance.
Located just 6 minutes away by foot, Durham College’s Oshawa Campus is the city oldest post-secondary institution, which turned 50 in 2016. With a total annual student enrolment of around 12,000 in 2017, this venerable college offers over 140 programs spread across 9 schools in fields that include business, information technology, media, art, design, general arts, science, skilled trades, justice, emergency services, health and engineering technology. With state-of-the-art facilities that include a 73,000 square-foot campus library, Durham College’s reach has extended worldwide, boasting an international student roster that numbered 565 at last count.