“Stratford itself is the type of walkable wholesome town Rodgers and Hammerstein might write a musical about.”
Amy Alipio, Associate Editor, National Geographic Traveler
welcome to the NEXT ADVENTURE IN creative living.
Originally built in 1903 in the Edwardian Classical style, complete with channeled brick and radiating vousisoirs that frame arched windows and entrances, the Mooney Biscuit and Candy Factory defined the entrepreneurial spirit of the time.
It was in this spirit that successive enterprises built their own legacies on 245 Downie Street such as The Bradshaw Lofts namesake, J.L. Bradshaw, one of Canada's oldest wholesalers.
With historical roots cultivated by a spirit of progress, The Bradshaw is being reinvented for seasonal loft and student living unique in its focus on bringing premium hotel amenities to student and creative life.
post and beam,
Call it the maximal side of minimalism, one part transformer, two parts Zen garden, the design team behind The Bradshaw reimagined space by volume, not square footage.
From ceiling to floor everything has a place and everything is in its place, a clean canvas for you to focus on your education, your latest album or your next adventure.
1 BEDROOM +
SLEEPING NOOK + MURPHY BED
Situated in Stratford’s newly minted Downie District, your new neighbourhood is full of energy, culture and charisma.
A short walk or bike ride along Downie Street connects you to everything from Waterloo University's digital media campus, to award winning cafés, restaurants and theatres. From well curated bookstores, to well stocked bike shops, it’s all within 5 minutes of The Bradshaw.