Bridgeport is one of the oldest communities in Kitchener. Rich in local history, the neighbourhood is currently divided into three sub-neighbourhoods: Bridgeport North, Bridgeport East and Bridgeport West. If you’re looking for an area of Kitchener with picturesque natural beauty, your realty search ends here. The Grand River runs throughout the neighbourhood, offering a sense of tranquility from the city centre.
Bridgeport Public School: JK-6
Margaret Public School: 7-8
The residents in downtown Kitchener are focused on their homes, their children, and planning for retirement. The up and coming neighbourhood boasts a high average income, with a large number of professionals living in the area and it offers a significant number of leisure activities to keep its residents entertained. The neighbourhood features core downtown shopping, Kitchener’s farmer’s market and is close to major bus routes. The Downtown Community Centre features eight multi-use rooms and a large double gymnasium.
The downtown Kitchener area is an up and coming neighbourhood and it is being transformed and revitalized. The Tannery, a start-up business incubation centre, the School of Pharmacy, the new Breithaupt Block building (where Google is located) and the LRT hub all speak to how downtown Kitchener is attracting businesses, investors and money. This all results in an increase in population density as people move downtown to be closer to their jobs and to the amenities that are being built in the core. The right home for you is just a choice away: A beautiful detached home in a quiet residential area or one of the many luxury condos for sale in the heart of the downtown core.
Sheppard Public School: JK-6
Sunnyside Public School: 7-8
St. Anne Catholic School: JK-8
Eastwood Secondary School: 9-12
St. Mary’s Catholic Secondary School: 9-12
A quiet neighbourhood that offers a range of homes for sale. The neighbourhood is divided by the Stanley Park Conservation Area and consists of larger lots within established residential neighbourhoods.
Simthson Public School: JK-6
Stanley Park Public School: 7-8
Grand River Collegiate Institute: 9-12
Canadian Martyrs Catholic School: JK-8
If you’re looking for a home in a neighbourhood with lush greenery and expansive parks then Stanley Park is the neighbourhood for you. Residents have the ability to explore nature through the forest, wetlands and general park areas. Stanley Park has an abundance of nature opportunities including Idlewood Park, Midland Park and the Stanley Park Conservation Area. Real estate property in this neighbourhood range from post-war suburban to larger homes, all lined with established trees.
St. Daniel Catholic Elementary School: JK-8
Sunnyside Public School: 7-8
A small, quiet neighbourhood with modest suburban housing- but don’t let its small size fool you. The neighbourhood is strategically located with easy access to the 401 and is located just minutes away from Kitchener’s premier shopping destination. It also houses the Region of Waterloo’s only ski hill, the Chicopee Ski and Summer Resort. The natural beauty of the neighbourhood is enhanced due to the Grand River, which winds throughout the eastern border of the area, and makes Chicopee a prime piece of the Kitchener real estate market.
This neighbourhood features a mix of old and new buildings. The majority of the neighbourhood consists of medium to large upper scale detached homes with a small number of small apartments and homes. If you’re buying a new home consider this neighbourhood as much of the new development in Kitchener is located here.