I get many requests from people wanting to know more information about the Seagrams Lofts. This building is located in uptown Waterloo at 3 & 5 Father David Bauer Drive. The buildings were built in 2001 and there are 40 units in the seven story building and 63 units in the 10 storey building. The style of these units is a more modern loft style apartment with 20 foot ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows, hardwood floors, juliette balconies and much more. To the best of my knowledge, all the units except the penthouses are multilevel with the master bedroom and ensuite bath in the upper loft. The buildings are close to dining, shopping, and the "University of Waterloo's Balsillie school of Internation Affairs".
Seagrams Lofts Recent sales for the past 12 months:
7 Sold Listings
High: 390,000 (3 bedrooms)
Low: 290,000 (1 bedroom)
Average: 338,500 (2 bedrooms)
Average days on market for list date to sale date is 48 days and the average sale price to list price ratio is 96%.
"Seagram Lofts, the redevelopment of two, former whisky-barrel warehouses in downtown Waterloo"
"Seagram Lofts is adaptive reuse of a brownfield site, which created residential property in the heart of Waterloo's downtown core from two, heritage, whisky-barrel warehouses. As part of downtown Waterloo's revitalization, the project was the subject of much public interest.The project created 103 loft-style condominium units with high ceilings and large windows. Complementing these features are original brick walls and barrel-wood, evoking the old warehouse feel."
If you would like more detailed information about this development, please check out this "Residential Instensification Case Study of the Seagrams Lofts" Case Study by CMHC
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