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Introducing The Offices @ Grand Market District - #1
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Fairview Park

CF Fairview Park is recognized as the tri-cities’ largest and most popular shopping centre and is situated in an area of exceptionally high growth. CF Fairview Park is the anchor of one of the region’s busiest commercial nodes.

Grand Market District, located at CF Fairview Park, provides a unique blend of historical and contemporary design. An activated streetscape creates an intimate pedestrian experience weaving together retail, office, restaurants and entertainment. Shop, eat, play – Grand Market District is a true one-stop destination for the Kitchener-Waterloo area. Grand Market District’s traditional brick and cobblestone streets and lanes are a historical reference to Southern Ontario’s rich examples of Victorian-era industrial architecture. These structures are often identified by their classically proportioned forms, picturesque cupolas, brickwork, chimneys and gently sloping roof-lines.

The Offices @ Grand Market District boast brick and beam aesthetics combined with exposed 11 foot ceilings and floor-to ceiling windows. Office life at Grand Market District combines casual, contemporary and historical into an integrated mixed-use development. Post-work celebrations and gatherings will have a plethora of destinations to choose from. Curbside café’s, contemporary dine-in restaurants and specialty boutique grocers ensures that every appetite is satisfied. The Offices @ Grand Market District provide the integral DNA for a wholly encompassing employee experience. With connectivity being key for office users – Fairview Park is home to Kitchener-Waterloo’s brand new rapid light rail transit line. With construction complete and testing underway, a launch in 2018 is expected, with the new LRT shuttling individuals across 19km and 19 stops between Waterloo and Kitchener. The next phase will extend transit to Cambridge entrenching Fairview Park as a central destination node.
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West Building 76,000
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