Pioneer Apartments

21 & 41 Pioneer Drive, Kitchener, Ontario N2P 1H1
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Pioneer Apartments is a family-oriented complex, which is also home to many professionals, with over 2 acres of private green space. The complex includes two 3-storey buildings with private balconies ideally located at the corner of Homer Watson Boulevard and Pioneer Drive.

Building Features

  • On-site management office with 24/7 emergency assistance
  • Security: 24-hour lobby surveillance cameras viewable in-suite
  • New exterior facade and lobbies; all hallways and lobbies have newly-installed energy-efficient lighting and new carpet
  • Renovated laundry facilities with front-load washer and dryers equipped with SmartCard system
  • Well-lit modernized indoor parking garage, as well as outdoor parking available (fees apply)
  • Well-illuminated storage lockers available (fees apply)

Location

Minutes from highways 7, 8, and 401. Two public transit routes with stops right at the corner. Steps away from retailers at Pioneer Park Plaza, which includes a grocery store, coffee shop, fast food restaurant, a bank, a dollar store, a pharmacy, post office, and medical clinics. Parks (Homer Watson, Biehn, Pioneer, and Southwest Optimist Sports Field) and community services (Doon Pioneer Park Community Centre and Kitchener Public Library Pioneer branch) are just up the street. Close to Conestoga College, Huron Heights Secondary School, St. Mary’s Secondary School, St. Timothy’s Elementary School, and Pioneer Park Public School.

Check out our other nearby Kitchener building: 85 Green Valley Drive.

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Unit Information

Summary

Unit Size: 695 square feet
Rental Price: Please Call
Utilities Included: Heat, Water, and Hydro
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Unit Features

  • Spacious units up to 695 square feet of living space
  • Large 11-foot balconies
  • Eat-in kitchen with additional storage closet and a very long living room / dining room
  • Thermal windows and sliding patio doors
  • Ceramic floors in kitchens and bathrooms
  • Broadloom and / or wood parquet flooring in living areas
  • Newly-installed energy-efficient kitchen appliances and lighting and eco-friendly bathroom fixtures
  • High speed Internet / cable ready (Rogers and Bell)
  • Heat, water, and hydro included

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Summary

Unit Size: Over 1,000 square feet
Rental Price: Please Call
Utilities Included: Heat, Water, and Hydro
Availble:

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Unit Features

  • Spacious units with over 1,000 square feet of living space
  • Large 11-foot balconies
  • Eat-in kitchens with separate dining rooms
  • Abundance of storage, including a linen closet and some suites have extra closet in dining room
  • Ceramic floors in kitchens and bathrooms
  • Broadloom and / or wood parquet flooring in living areas
  • Thermal windows and sliding glass patio doors
  • Newly-installed energy-efficient kitchen appliances and lighting, as well as eco-friendly bathroom fixtures
  • High speed Internet / cable ready (Rogers and Bell)
  • Heat, water, and hydro included

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Pioneer Apartments

21 & 41 Pioneer Drive, Kitchener, Ontario N2P 1H1
Office
pioneer@destaron.com
519-895-2370

Get to know

Kitchener is a vibrant, confident and cosmopolitan community, located in the Region of Waterloo.  With a population of over 233,000 people, based on Canada’s 2016 Census, Kitchener is located 105 km from Toronto and is connected to much of southwestern Ontario, including Toronto, via public transit through GO Transit and Via Rail.

Kitchener-Waterloo is famous for its annual Oktoberfest with a myriad of events and activities for everyone in the family.  Kitchener has numerous galleries and museums, such as the Waterloo Region Museum and its Doon Valley Heritage Village, The Museum for children, Homer Watson House and Gallery and Joseph Schneider Haus Museum and Gallery.  There are numerous historic sites, pubs and cafes featuring live, local music and the renowned Centre in the Square – a world-class concert hall frequented by major recording artists.

Kitchener has an extensive and safe community trail system. The trails, which are controlled and run by the city, are hundreds of kilometers in length. Due to Kitchener’s close proximity to the Grand River, several community trails and paths border the river’s shores which are suitable for walking, jogging, cycling and even bird-watching throughout the year. This convenient access to the Grand River has drawn nature-seeking tourists to the city.  Kitchener also has two state-of-the-art 18-hole municipal golf courses, Rockway and Doon Valley.  The Aud  is the city’s premier sports and entertainment venue.

The city is supported by four different public school boards – Waterloo Region District School Board, Waterloo Catholic District School Board, Conseil scolaire de district catholique Centre-Sud, and Conseil scolaire de district du Centre-Sud-Ouest.

It is easy to see why Kitchener residents enjoy this city with its combination of cosmopolitan comforts and country flare spiced up with unique festivities, numerous amenities and a distinct culture.

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