Dunwest Condos is a new condo development at Neyagawa Blvd & Dundas St W Oakville, ON by Greenpark Group, which is expected for completion by 2021. The development is currently in its pre-construction phase and is one of the most anticipated projects in Oakville. The Dunwest Condos will have a total of 153 units which will be split across 8 storeys with ground floor lofts. The project will be fitted with the best of interiors and will have modern amenities such as a fitness room, games room, theatre room, events centre and a rooftop lounge. The condos are ideal for single working professionals, first-time home buyers as well as empty nesters who want to live in a neighborhood that has a lot to offer. The facade of the condos has a contemporary look, backed with glass, steel and brick. There are several parks within walking distance from the condos which include Huron Park, Woodlands Meadows Park and Iroquois Park. Golfers are in for a treat as Dunwest Condos has several golf courses within close proximity which include the Credit Valley Golf and Country Club as well as the Mississauga Golf Club and Country Club. The development is set at a prime location which is close to all amenities and greenspaces. Just a few steps away from the condos takes you to numerous restaurants, shopping malls, stores, supermarkets, parks and much more. Eating places such as McDonald’s, Cafe Nouvelle, Subway and San Francesco Foods are just a few seconds away from the condo. For shopping, there are several options around within a few steps from the condo which include The Home Depot, Mississauga Flea Market, LCBO, T&T Supermarket, Real Canadian Supermarket and the Golden Square Centre shopping mall. The Square One Shopping Centre is also a few minutes drive away and consists of several more shopping and eating options. The Brickyard Park is one of the many greenspaces in the neighborhood and comprises a soccer field, baseball diamond, children’s play area and two basketball courts.
Location & Neighbourhood
The Dunwest Condos is located at 590 Dundas Street West and Neyagawa Blvd which is a brilliant location close to the Square One neighborhood in Mississauga along with several highways and ample greenspaces. The Dunwest Condos is situated in the New Oakville neighborhood of Oakville and is just a few minutes away from all amenities in the area such as restaurants, cafes, shops as well as transit. GO Station, Highway 403 and the Queen Elizabeth Way are easily accessible from here making it convenient for residents to commute to any part of the city as well as the Greater Toronto Area. The neighborhood is full of amenities within walking distance, making the neighborhood very walkable. The location of the condo development is also in close proximity to the Square One district of Mississauga, where you can find more amenities just within a few minutes of walk away. Located in the heart of Mississauga, Square One is a neighborhood that is constantly growing. It is also known as the City Centre, having its main focal point at Hurontario Street and Highway 403. The neighborhood holds its very own downtown, with its own urban skyline developments, complete with glass office towers along with condominiums that make it a desirable place to live in. The largest mall in Mississauga is named Square One Shopping Centre as it characterizes and defines this neighborhood having everything tied to it. Offices, residences and commercial enterprises all live, work and play here. The area has much to offer in terms and can be considered as a melting pot. You will find diversity everywhere in the neighborhood as the shopping centre offers an array of different shops along with services. Besides these the neighborhood also has movie theatres where you can catch the latest flicks. Square One is also home to several cultural institutions in Mississauga which include Celebration Square, The Living Arts Centre Mississauga Art Gallery and the Sheridan College Hazel McCallion Campus.
Oakville is a suburban town in the Halton Region of the Greater Toronto Area. This town is located to the immediate west of Mississauga and is bordered by Winston Churchill Boulevard to the east, Burloak Drive along with Bronte Creek Provincial Park to the west, Highway 407 to the north and Lake Ontario to the south. Just like most of the places in the Greater Toronto Area, Oakville is a place where growth can be anticipated and the town’s “Livable Oakville Plan” is intact to help drive this growth and adaptation. Majority of the growth here is planned for six years within some of the neighborhoods in this town which include Downtown Oakville, Uptown Core, Kerr Village, Palermo Village, Bronte Village and Midtown Oakville. These neighborhoods are already starting to see more condominium and townhome developments along with increased retail and office space, pedestrian networks and public transit access. As per the census of 2016, the population of Oakville clocked in at 193,832 residents, which was an increase of 6.2 percent since 2011. This rate of growth here has outpaced that of Toronto, which only grew by 4.5 percent over the same time period. Based on this data and the current rate of growth, it is estimated that the population here will grow to approximately 255,000 by 2031. Oakville is part of the Halton Region, which is anticipated to undergo a massive boom over the next 25 years. The 2016 census showed that the region accounted for 548,345 people, which is expected to go as high as 1 million people by the year 2041. The job growth here over the same time frame is also remarkable and is projected to mirror the population growth by offering 410,000 jobs in the same year. Oakville is anticipated to have the most jobs at 127,000. The average selling price of a pre-construction condominium in the Town of Oakville was $443,950 for the year 2019. New listings in the current year have so far been maintaining a price per square foot of $683, while the prices continue to grow to 8.6 percent year-over-year. On the other hand, the rental rate here is currently at $2,100. This is in addition to rental appreciation rate of 3.2 percent for the past 10 years. The vacancy rate in Oakville is presently 0.6 percent, making the demand for condos high. The price for resale of all types of homes at present is approximately $1,021,395 while the average rate for resale appreciation has been at 6.2 percent for the past 10 years. Oakville is definitely one of the best places to call your home in the entire Greater Toronto Area and the Dunwest Condos is the perfect spot.
The prime location of the Dunwest Condos has several advantages over commuting as well. The Cooksville GO train and bus station are located in close proximity within walking distance from the condos, making it easily accessible for residents of the Dunwest Condos. This station serves on the Milton line and is located at Hurontario Street. The Erindale GO station is always just a short drive away, providing the residents with more transit options. The bus stations at Hurontario Street are also simply a short walk away from condos, making them easily accessible. Residents with vehicles who prefer driving are also blessed with several highways which are in close proximity from the condos. The neighborhood also has access to several arterial streets which makes travelling by car convenient for the residents. These streets allow you to travel conveniently throughout the city. The neighborhood is also a few minutes away from Highway 403, Queen Elizabeth Way and Hurontario Street which allows you to travel conveniently throughout the Greater Toronto Area.
The overall transit system in Oakville is very reliable and provides bus services throughout the city. The area ‘s main transit facility was also recently upgraded to ensure smooth operation. This town is also home to two GO stations – The Bronte Station and the Oakville Station. The Bronte Station helps in connecting to the Lake Shore line while the Oakville Station connects to the Lake Shore line along with the regional bus network and the VIA Rail system. This town is also served well by major arteries which have easy access on to the Queen Elizabeth Wat and highway 407. Highway 403 is also in close proximity and provides convenient access to north and south. Thanks to these highways, motorists can conveniently access some of the largest some of the largest urban centres in Southern Ontario, with Oakville being sandwiched between Hamilton and Mississauga. You can also reach the Financial District in Toronto’s downtown core in just under 30 minutes thanks to the Queen Elizabeth Way.