Dartmouth Waterfront

Dartmouth’s downtown and waterfront are undergoing a significant renaissance of sorts, and anyone thinking of joining the gentrification may want to look at the condos of Admiralty Place for sale.

When most people hear about the red hot condominium market in HRM, they generally think about condos in the city of Halifax. However, the condo market is getting pretty hot in Dartmouth, too.

Units in Founder’s Corner, one of downtown Dartmouth’s newest condo buildings, are all but sold out. And most condos in the first phases of the highly anticipated King’s Wharf project were presold.

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So, which condominiums in HRM have the best waterfront views? Of course the answer is subjective, and certainly open to debate, but the new condos in the King’s Wharf development in Dartmouth will surely be able to claim the distinction of having among the best views of the “Halifax” Waterfront, if not the best waterfront views in all of HRM.

King’s Wharf began its rise into the HRM skyline in the fall of 2010 with construction of twin 12-story condo buildings, the Keelson and Anchorage, followed by the construction of the Aqua Vista condo building, and then the Killick, which became the development's first apartment rental building. These four buildings house about 325 condo and apartment units, the first of more than 1,200 residential units expected to be built in 15 different buildings planned for King’s Wharf, which is slated to become Atlantic Canada's largest mixed-use development.

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