Lake & East Condos is a 14-storey condominium proposed for the Bronte Village neighbourhood in Oakville. A joint project by Symmetry Developments, Fortress Real Developments and Engine Developments. Occupying the southeast corner of Lakeshore Road West and East Street, this condominium site is just minutes from the marina and the Bronte Heritage Waterfront Park.
The developers are planning for a 14-storey building with 140 units for Lake & East. With an average dimension of 826 square-feet, layouts here are expected to include one and two-bedroom styles. A selection of retail space will be included on the building’s ground floor, while private balconies will offer stunning views of the water and the charming historic village.
Designed by the award-winning firm 5468796 Architecture, this Oakville condominium will be an elegant building with clean lines and a façade that catches the sunlight. Its contemporary design will bring a sophisticated and modern touch to this quaint harbourfront pocket. Sophisticated suites, professional landscaping and amenities that offer the best of both worlds are just some of the reason we’re excited about this Oakville condominium.
Aside from calling a brand-new building home, residents here will also have quick access to the Bronte Beach and the Waterfront Trail, which is popular with cyclists, joggers and dog-walkers.
Location & Neighbourhood
Bronte Village condos are great for investors, downsizers and first-time buyers alike. This pocket in the southwest part of Oakville has been designated as one of Oakville’s sixth growth spots and we’re expecting more contemporary development for the area, which makes it a great option for the keen investor who likes to be ahead of the trend.
With two publically accessible marinas and access to the Waterfront Trail system, it’s one of the region’s most picturesque neighbourhoods. The historic park that anchors the community features a boardwalk and pier, lighthouse, beach, greenspace and walking and cycling trails.
From the condominium site it’s about a five-minute drive to the QEW, which provides access to Mississauga and Toronto, or a ten-minute drive to the Bronte GO Station. It’s also within walking distance to shops, restaurants and services.
Oakville itself has a robust economy and is home to the headquarters for Tim Hortons, as well as the Canadian head offices for Siemen’s and the Ford Motor Company, and a wealth of life science companies. Popular with families and professionals, it boasts the largest soccer club in Canada as well as numerous athletic programs, arenas and golf courses.
A vibrant arts and cultural sector offers regular theatre, ballet and other performing arts shows.
The town of Oakville is also known for having one of the highest private-school-to-student ratios in the country.