My first column in the Kitchener Post is published tomorrow, and you can read it online here: Kitchener’s warehouse district starting to develop
King and Victoria was once the site of a footwear factory, with a leather tannery down the street. Today, it features trendy lofts, a medical school, the region’s future central transit hub, and is a stone’s throw from great restaurants and offices of companies like Google and Manulife.
How did Kitchener’s warehouse district become such a desirable place to live, work and play?
Click through to hear what I think are the three factors behind the emergence of Kitchener’s Warehouse District.
I’d love to hear your thoughts on it!