ONE HUNDRED CONDOMINIUMS IS A NEW JOINT VENTURE
BETWEEN MOMENTUM DEVELOPMENTS AND ZEHR GROUP.
Both of these highly respected local developers have extensive experience and strong roots in Waterloo Region. Building on a previous collaboration in developing RED Condominium in Uptown Waterloo, ONE HUNDRED is the first joint venture between Momentum Developments and Zehr Group. By working together, ONE HUNDRED is certain to be an impressive, landmark development and the shape of things to come in the Innovation District.
Momentum Developments has earned a solid reputation for being a best-in-class builder in Waterloo Region. They are known for the42, BPR Lofts, the RED, and the prominent new high-rise development, One Victoria. All of their projects are selected, planned and completed to create well-appointed urban living spaces that contribute to the revitalization of Uptown Waterloo and Downtown Kitchener.
Zehr Group has redeveloped numerous properties in Waterloo Region and across Canada. They contributed to the reshaping of Downtown Kitchener and helped turn the Innovation District into an active and attractive technology sector. Zehr Group specializes in creating clean, contemporary spaces that respect the history and surroundings of their properties. They also pride themselves on balancing aesthetics and function, incorporating green technology wherever possible, working within budget, and meeting project deadlines. Their dedication has earned them several industry awards and many features in local newspapers and magazines.
ABA Architects has made an indelible impression on the landscape in the Region. With a long list of impressive designs, including One Victoria, ABA Architects is determined to offer its first-rate architectural design capabilities to create another premium condominium development in the Innovation District.
As a member of the Canadian Green Building Council, ABA Architects will bring sustainable, community-conscious design to ONE HUNDRED with many green features that improve energy efficiency.