OpArt Lofts, Oakville’s first loft residence, is set to reshape how “postmodern” Oakville’s built form can be. The 10-storey, two-tower, retail-at-grade development is designed with the 1960’s OpArt Lofts Movement in mind, flawlessly mixing stark white exteriors with seemingly random arrays of glass and black mullions. To say the least, OpArt is a work of genius.
OpArt Lofts will offer 188 modern loft residences to Oakvillers, with 10-foot ceilings, convenient and relaxing amenities, and sophisticated interior design. Designed by Stephen Teeple of Teeple Architects, with interiors by Cecconi Simone, the structure is rooted by a two-storey podium, with two loft towers rising a further eight-storeys on top.
OpArt Lofts will be located in the heart of the rapidly-redeveloping Kerr Village near the city center, just a stone’s throw away from Oakville GO Train station. Additionally, countless shops, restaurants and amenities are located nearby, with more on their way — as the city invests in new ventures in urban design and growth. Another new condo project, Rain, by Empire Communities, will rise immediately south of OpArt.
Priced from the mid $200,000s, OpArt’s 188 loft suites range from 440-sq.ft. to 1,172-sq.ft. for three bedroom lofts and include full sized kitchen appliances and spacious bedrooms, tailored for the Oakville purchaser with an appetite for design.