Oakville: Where the History meets the Future!
Founded in 1827 is 960 acres of crown land at the entrance to Sixteen Mile Creek was purchased by a shipbuilder William Chisholm. A shipbuilding yard, a port and Village was established which thrived as it was located between Hamilton and Toronto.
Being a lakeside town, the historic downtown district soon flourished with charm of the century buildings and the ambience of the storefronts and notable restaurants.
Rich in heritage Bronte Village in west Oakville was founded in 1834. It became a shipping centre for timber & grain and ended up turning into a commercial fishing area in the late 18th century. It became part of the town of Oakville in 1954. The mix of heritage, history and the popularity of Oakville made it a sought after place to live.
Culture, Arts and Fine Dining are an important part of Oakville.
Bluwater Condos can be found surrounded by green space and forest offered in the area. Only minutes from Boutiques, Parks, Glen Abbey and Dearfield Golf Courses, Bronte Harbour Yacht Club, Bronte Outer Harbour Marina and Bronte Creek Provincial Park.
Designed and built by the Pemberton Group, Bluwater Condos will be an icon for residents offering balconies, terraces, waterfront views, and amenities surpassing other residences of its kind.
These luxurious buildings consist of three eight storey buildings connected by walkways.