Zen New Towns in Cambridge, ON

Zen Pre-Construction Townhouse Overview

Zen Towns is a new freehold townhome development coming soon to 258 Hespeler Road, Cambridge, Ontario. The development is located near many attractive Cambridge amenities, including the YMCA and Dumfries Conservation Area. The 3-storey Zen Towns building has a total of 49 suites with 3-bedroom plans ranging from 1601 to 1923 square feet. It’s slated for completion in 2023.


Upgraded features and finishes value up to $100K

  • Engineered hardwood flooring throughout except wet area
  • Pot lights in hallways, staircases & kitchen
  • Ceiling height approx. 8'0" on ground floor & 9'0" on main & upper floors
  • Smooth ceiling finish throughout
  • Composite quartz counterstops
  • Water softener package


One or two spacious private rooftop terraces range from 400-487 sqf as per model type

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The Zen Towns design philosophy is rooted in simplicity, with sleek exteriors that take a refreshing approach to the modern style. Each unit comes with 9’ ceilings on the main floor and 8’ on the second. There’s a spacious kitchen with lots of storage, oak stairs and railing with wood pickets, a private roof terrace with BBQ gas connection, and a garage pre-wired for EV charging..

Zen Towns is being built in a family-friendly area of Cambridge. Residents will enjoy easy access to various modern city conveniences, including cafes, shopping, restaurants, and entertainment options. One of the area's biggest draws is the Chaplin Family YMCA. In addition, the Dumfries Conservation Area gives the area a beautiful green space for hiking trails.

Commuting is also easy from the area, with its immediate access to the 401. You can also expect to see the future LRT right in the area, connecting you further. The Cambridge Centre Shopping Mall is also only a ten-minute walk from the area.

Cambridge has been experiencing significant job growth in recent years, as it is considered part of Canada’s Tech Triangle alongside Waterloo and Kitchener. The federal government is investing more than $50 million into the area for more development in tech, which is expected to create 20,000 more professional job opportunities in tech hubs across the province.

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