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Node - Kitchener

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Our mission is to re-imagine community living where you can connect with your neighbours locally and globally, while still enjoying the privacy of living in individually curated furnished rental apartments with great communal areas and a vibrant community life. Our communities are comprised of creatives, tech-savvies, and entrepreneurs who are shaping the world we live in.

Welcome to Canada's start-up capital, Kitchener-Waterloo. Just an hour from Toronto, it is home to nearly 2,000 start-ups and a tech community of over 30,000 people. This is a unique city that blends urban and rural cultures from Canada, Europe and beyond. Enriched by artists, writers, musicians, and theater performers, with a diverse ethnic community, k-w offers authentic and unique cultural experiences - including the world's largest Oktoberfest outside of Germany

In addition to beautifully designed 1 and 2 Bedroom apartments, this location also features resident lounges and an inviting outdoor spaces with fire pits and BBQs, and residences are kitted out with smart home technology.

Minimum Stay 6 Months


All-inclusive Bill
Community Events
Dining Area
High-Speed WiFi
Laundry Facilities
Must Apply
Outdoor Space
Private Kitchen
Secured Door Entry
Smart Home Tech


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1 Bedroom - 1 Bathroom

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Price currently unavailable

2 Bedroom - 1 Bathroom

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The Area

Located on a bluff at one of the highest points in the city, node k-w is inspired by the city's industrial past and features a roof terrace with panoramic city and park views along with a co-working and lounge space that will help residents connect and collaborate - locally and globally. Just 3 minutes walk from the light rail transit system (ion), residents can enjoy easy access to local restaurants, cafés, shops and the kitchener farmers market

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