Oakville, celebrated for its livability and family-friendly environment, is preparing to welcome ClockWork Phase 3 in the town's growing Upper Joshua Creek area along Dundas Street near Mississauga. The town continues to be a desirable living destination due to its diversity and convenient access to Toronto's job market, making it an ideal destination for growing families, retirees, and the newly arrived.
This development marks the third building within this beautifully designed master-planned community by Mattamy Homes at the site, with the first phase sold out early last year, and the 12-storey, 174-suite ClockWork Phase 2 which began selling in May, 2022, also now under construction.
The seven-storey building will feature 163 suites designed to accommodate a variety of lifestyles. With a blend of dark brick and wood accents, the architecture aims to complement Oakville’s natural beauty. Earlier this year, Toronto's Building Industry and Land Development Association (BILD) recognized ClockWork with the Best New Community (Planned) Award, highlighting the design work by BNKC in Phase 1 and 2, with Phase 3 designed by KNYMH Inc.
While the suites at ClockWork Phase 3 — available in one to three-bedroom configurations — are designed with open spaces intended to provide residents a space to balance relaxation and productivity, the building will also offer a range of amenities designed to cater to the physical, social, and professional needs of its residents. These include a sophisticated lobby and co-working space, a state-of-the-art fitness studio, and a relaxing social lounge.
As with the previous phases, Phase 3 is designed with a focus on sustainability, utilizing renewable geothermal energy for heating and cooling, providing an efficient solution for temperature control in each home. Additionally, residents will benefit from an integrated smart home security system, offering 24/7 connectivity and peace of mind through real-time monitoring accessible via smartphones.
The location provides easy access to urban conveniences like restaurants, shopping areas, and essential amenities like schools and the Joshua Creek Medical Centre. Recreation facilities include over 1,400 hectares of parkland and green space to explore nearby, over 300km of recreational trails in town, and Lake Ontario only a 15-minute drive south.
Oakville GO station is just a 10-minute drive southwest of the site, and major highways like Highway 407 and the QEW nearby, residents will have multiple transportation options, being able to easily commute to Downtown Toronto in approximately 30 minutes.
With its convenient location, design, and range of amenities, the ClockWork community is positioned to be a significant addition to Oakville’s residential landscape. For more information or to register for updates, those interested can visit the ClockWork website.
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