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LIFE IN CENTRAL,
Learn what life is like living in the beautiful neighbourhood of Central
Central Oshawa encompasses much of Oshawa’s downtown, with King Street to its north and the 401 to its south. The western border of the neighbourhood runs along Oshawa Creek, with Wilson Road South serving as the Eastern border.
Central Real Estate Market
In the Central neighborhood of Oshawa, you will find a healthy mix of affordable condo apartments, both condo and freehold townhomes, and detached homes. The mix of affordability of all housing types (1, 2, and 3 bedroom options all very common here), being in the downtown, as well as its easy transportation links to highway 401 makes living in this neighborhood ideal.
Living In Central, Oshawa
Central Oshawa is truly the heart of Oshawa’s downtown core. Oshawa’s famed ‘Four Corners,’ the intersection of Simcoe Street and King Street, has existed since Oshawa’s original settlement over a century ago, and still connects the two main lifelines of the City.
Just east of the Four Corners is Oshawa’s famed Tribute Communities Centre, formerly the GM Centre, which is the home of Oshawa’s beloved OHL team, the Oshawa Generals. While Oshawa natives still boast proudly of Bobby Hull’s days as a General, the Generals are still a crowd pleasing local attraction, with tickets significantly more affordable than the Toronto Maple Leafs!
If sports isn’t your thing, Central is also home to the Robert McLaughlin Gallery, Durham’s largest art gallery. Founded in 1967, the Gallery maintains an impressive collection of over 4500 works of Canadian modern and contemporary art. The Gallery is also a local cultural hub, and frequently runs free events to keep the community engaged in local culture.
Of course Oshawa is also proud of its automotive roots, and Central is home to the Canadian Automotive Museum located on Simcoe Street. Since 1963, the museum has told the story of Canada’s automotive history, and the collection features vehicles from Canada’s earliest auto manufacturing days, as well as cars from around the world.
If you’re looking for a downtown core without the hustle and bustle of a megacity, Central Oshawa could be your next home.
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