Victoria Common to celebrate its grand opening in Kitchener with generous upgrades
April 25, 2013

Victoria Common WhitehavenCanada’s Technology Triangle is famous for its innovative ideas. And Victoria Common, a new collection of townhomes in the heart of Kitchener, has upped the innovation ante when it comes to new neighbourhood constructions.

Each of the homes were planned out with adaptability in mind. Calling it the “Great Garage Revolution,” Losani Homes is bringing flex space to townhouse living, ensuring that buyers can take their pick from 14 designs and six customizable options.

And with the launch of the Grand Opening this weekend (starting Saturday at noon sharp), future homeowners can take advantage of up to $36,000 in bonus upgrades.

Situated at St. Leger and Louisa Street, the collection of 220 properties are uniquely planned. Aside from featuring convertible and customizable space, Victoria Common also comes with the latest in SmartHome automation for today’s tech-savvy homeowner. Thanks to Control4® technology, buyers can adjust their security, lighting, entertainment, and climate systems quickly and easily with a wireless touchscreen/tablet control.

But the smart design doesn’t end there. The community will be equipped with an advanced green energy system that will help it achieve a LEED standard.

The townhouses measure from 1,060 to 1,985-square feet and are just around the corner from the City Centre’s shops, restaurants and farmers market.

Available units start from $249,900.

Victoria Common Fitzgerald

For more information contact 519 585 0500.