Introducing Distrikt’s newest community, Distrikt Station is located in Oakville at the foot of QEW and Trafalgar across from the Oakville GO Train. More info is coming soon!
Distrikt Station Highlights:
- minutes from HWY 403/407 & QEW
- close to Oakville GO Station
- Surrounded by some of the best public and private schools in GTA
- Close to Oakville’s Uptown core and Oakville Place
- Close to Sheridan College
- Surrounded by Green space
- Countless lifestyle amenities within walking distance
- Close to Oakville Trafalgar Memorial Hospital
Why Distrikt Station?
Oakville is a suburban town in the south-west corner of the GTA, and a prominent, highly populated division of the Halton Region. Only a short drive from downtown Toronto, Oakville is an attractive home base for commuters. With Mississauga and Milton to the North, and Burlington to the South-West, Oakville is centrally located along the QEW, a transportation corridor that opens up to the entirety of Southern Ontario.
Oakville is an ideal place to raise a family, with countless family and child-focused community actives throughout the year in their many parks and recreation spaces. Children’s Festivals, Camps, and Special events run year, focusing on diversity, inclusion, accessibility and support.
Parents have plenty of choice when it comes to elementary and secondary school, with four school boards operating in the area, together offering education in english and french, in both Catholic and Secular curriculums. Two schools in particular, St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Secondary School, and White Oaks Secondary School offer the International Baccalauureate Program.
Easy access to transportation makes Oakville a perfect place for Toronto commuters – heading into the city for the day, and getting back home in time for dinner is a reality thanks to the GO Train with stations right nearby, and Oakville provides that perfect escape from the hustle and bustle of downtown Toronto.
Oakville is an early stop on the many south-bound routes coming from Downtown Toronto. The Queen Elizabeth Way runs directly through Oakville on it’s way to Hamilton and the rest of the Niagara Region. Go Transit commuter rails and bus services operate within the city, providing a robust framework for commuters to get into the city, or to any one of the many other communities within the GTA. Two major stations, Bronte and Oakville are hubs for the city, and also connect residents to a local bus service – Oakville Transit, which runs over 20 different routes all year round.
Oakville’s closest neighbour, Mississauga is the home of Lester B. Pearson International Airport, and VIA rail runs trains through the city on it’s Windsor-Quebec corridor, both opening the city up to the entirety of North America, and the world. You can also use th MiWay transit system within Mississauga as an additional transit option within the metropolitan area of Missississauga, making connections to other transit infrastructure from there.
Now is the perfect time to start looking at homes in Oakville. More and more people are flocking to the region as Toronto continues to expand. People are looking for an easily accessible place to live that’s just outside of the downtown core, yet still a destination unto itself.
In 2016, the census found that Oakville’s population was 193,832 residents, and expected that the community would increase in size, likely to about 250K by 2031. This kind of growth actually surpasses Toronto with over a 6% increase. This means more and more development is inbound for the charming city, from condos to master-planned communities and it means the return on investment opportunity is huge.
The focus will continue to be on improving sustainability, and increasing density, meaning that projects will be built to last, and will, therefore, increase property values more quickly and efficiently than some other projects. The current price of pre-construction condos sits within the $400K range, which is relatively affordable but also is expected to rise as Oakville continues to density.
With so many reasons to live in Oakville, it’s easy to see why the town is in such high demand, and as this population influx continues to play out, investors would be wise to get in on the action before it’s too late!
About the Developer
Distrikt Developments has been working tirelessly throughout the GTA for over ten years. They focus primarily on residential construction, and have been focusing on balancing stylish, cutting-edge design and aesthetic with solid construction and usability and ease for residents.
Making sure their projects are efficiently built, and that costs remain feasible, Distrikt employs systematic scheduling, collaborative emphasis and attention to detail & quality to ensure their development meet the highest possible standards.
A trustworthy firm, Distrikt believes in dreaming big. Their condominium projects and townhomes feature large, expansive spaces that make residents feel free, open and creative. And since these projects have these large, expansive spaces, Distrikt strives to ensure that their projects are both functional and beautiful, but also are built-to-last. This is why they make sure to build with the highest-quality materials, and pay attention to the little details that truly make a home secure, and long-lasting.
- DEVELOPER: Distrikt Developments
- ARCHITECT: TBA
- UNITS: TBA
- ESTIMATED COMPLETION: TBA
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