Circa 1877 Condominium

Waterloo, Ontario


Seferian Design Group were retained as part of a multi-disciplinary team to provide landscape architectural design services for the ground-breaking condominium development at 181 King Street South in Waterloo. Surrounded by boutique shops, vibrant restaurants and ION LRT stops, 181 King is Waterloo’s preeminent residential tower. Fusing historical brick and beam elements from the former Brick Brewing Company building with modern architecture, the King Street façade will add dynamic street level retail and a second floor urban brew pub with a patio overlooking King Street.

The ground floor landscape includes cycling amenities, decorative paving, plantings, and public art. The outdoor terrace will include a pool, entertaining areas, cabanas, full yoga and fitness facilities, a chefs kitchen with group dinning, a lounge with wet bar and large private terraces for each and every suite. (Photo credit: ABA Architects Inc.)


Location: Waterloo, ON

Size: .24 ha

Client: Hip Developments

Project Team:
SDG, Landscape Architect
Melloul-Blamey Construction Inc, General Contractor
Wright Landscaping, Landscape Contractor
ABA Architect Inc, Architect
DEI & Associates Inc., Mechanical Engineering
MTE Consultants Inc., Structural Engineering
Aquatic Design & Engineering, Pool Design
Him Her, Marketing
Condo Culture, Interior Design

Services Provided: Tree Preservation Plan, Site Plan Approval, Detailed Design/ Construction Drawings, Tendering and Specifications and Contract Administration.


“Waterloo approves redevelopment at former Brick Brewing site” Paige Desmond, Waterloo Region Record, Jan 10, 2017.

“Waterloo high-rise condo sells out within 2 days” CTV Kitchener, October 31, 2017.