An oasis in the city, 88 Sheppard residents are taking in these last few breaths of warm fall air as they cozy up to and enjoy every moment of their beautiful water garden view.
It is no wonder our residents are feeling the serenity of our feng shui inspired water feature design that promotes optimal energy flow throughout all of 88’s indoor and outdoor spaces. The water garden at 88 offers residents and guests a unique escape from the city in a calm and soothing environment surrounded by nature. Our auspicious onlookers have an exclusive experience of viewing the beautiful and calm water garden from their private living spaces, as well 88’s amenity areas. Cardio at the fitness centre doesn’t seem so bad when you can look out at the tranquil, flowing water and lush greenery.
88 is located in the bustling Yonge and Sheppard neighbourhood, just slightly set back from the main intersection. With a stunning water view and cottage in the city vibe, this condominium gives you a true escape from the city while still being at the centre of it all with access to two subway lines, Hwy 401, plus everything you need within walking distance. The environment is the perfect harmonious balance of elements.
It is so exciting that 88 is now complete and over 50% of our residents have moved in. We’re so happy that our new homeowners can enjoy the peace, tranquility and getaway they envisioned!
With only a few weeks left in the summer, make sure to make the most of it and get outside! If you are living at Kingmeadow or thinking about moving to the Oshawa area you’re in for a treat. With over 27km of paved trails, there is tons of space to rollerblade, bike, jog or take a leisurely walk. Check out some of our favourite trails below.
Joseph Kolodzie Oshawa Creek Bike Path
This 7 kilometre path in Oshawa runs from the 401 south almost all the way until to Lake Ontario. Not only is it a gorgeous path in the middle of tons of forestry, it runs parallel to the Oshawa Creek. If you’re riding the trail in the spring or fall, you may even catch a glimpse of the trout and salmon runs down the creek!
Michael Starr Trail
The Michael Starr Trail is a 5 kilometre urban trail with a bit of a different view from the first one we talked about. This trail runs right through the city of Oshawa and rather than the lush forestry, it’s a convenient and safe way to cycle downtown. It follows a former CN Rail spur line so it’s relatively flat and helps you avoid rush hour traffic!
Harmony Creek Trail
Another trail surrounded by nature, the Harmony Creek Trail is a paved bike path that runs right along Oshawa’s Harmony Creek. Beware! This trail has a few ups and downs so if you’re travelling the trail on your bike make sure you head over with some more experienced cyclists.
If you’re looking for a trail with a view, the Waterfront Trail is the one to choose! It’s the perfect place for an afternoon stroll on the weekend, or a great addition to a bike route. You’ll also come across beaches and concessions if you take the trail to Lakeview Park. We highly recommend it! If you want to find out more about Oshawa’s trails, you can visit their website.