Working with the University of Waterloo and the City of Stratford, The Bradshaw Lofts, our latest project is realizing new opportunities for student and creative living experiences at the UW Stratford Campus. With historical roots dating back to 1903, the neighboring UW satellite campus founded in 2009, and a City looking to rethink the district for over a decade, the Bradshaw project presented an opportunity to realize new social and economic potential. Sold out as of December 2017, Urbanistyc is now working to realize new people and place led projects in the Cities of Kitchener, St. Catherine’s, and Sault Ste. Marie.
Located in Stratford’s vibrant, creative, and cultural community, 6 Ontario is being brought back to life by Urbanistyc; collaborators, curators, and constructors of new urban experiences. Originally built in 1898, it was first home to a bakery and more recently as the former home of the iconic and much-loved toy store, Family and Company. Built in the Edwardian Classical style, the project will build on the significant history the building has, and the history it looks over with a proposed new wooden terrace looking out onto the Perth county courthouse and Shakespeare gardens.
Famous for its theatre company, pronounced history, innovative cuisine, garden city landscape, and well-conserved Victorian architecture, Stratford itself is innovating with the new Cooper Block development, Tom Patterson theatre, and technology projects and institutions like AVIN, the autonomous vehicle innovation network and the University of Waterloo Stratford digital media technology campus.
“It’s this type of dynamic coupled with progressive City leadership and staff that has motivated us to realize another local project. We’ll soon be reaching out to Stratford’s creative and entrepreneurial community to realize the potential for collaborative partnerships in the space.”
Developed by Urbanistyc and managed by Atlas Property Group, prospective commercial and residential tenants can contact Atlas at: