Find apartments for rent in Dundas, Ontario. The Valley Town is set at the bottom of the Niagara Escarpment, along the Western edge of Lake Ontario. Home to more than 24,000 residents, Dundas is an independent-town-cum-constituent-community within the city of Hamilton, Ontario. Featuring quiet, tree-lined streets, heritage architecture, picturesque green spaces and an abundance of local shops, it’s not difficult to see why many so people choose to live and rent in Dundas. Oozing with charm, culture and sophistication, this community sweeps residents and guests away, with its endless offerings.
Move into one of the area’s apartment rentals and enjoy close proximity to the a number of fun things to do in Dundas, including:
• Spencer Gorge/Webster’s Falls Conservation Area – a sweeping panorama of the escarpment, forested gorge and a tiered waterfall that tops off at 41 metres await visitors of this natural wonder. Enjoy spectacular views, hiking pathways, and the sights and sounds of Mother Nature.
• Carnegie Gallery – set in the heart of historic downtown Dundas, the Carnegie Gallery is a place where art-minded community members come to view and buy art and crafts by Canadian artists. Since 1980, the Dundas Art and Craft Association have primarily run the not-for-profit, artist-run gallery.
• Skydive Swoop – whether you’re a first-time skydiver or an experienced jumper, this dropzone offers freefallers a choose-your-own-adventure experience. Adrenaline junkies can choose from the tandem skydive, progressive freefall, instructor-assisted deployment skydive and experienced jumper routes.
• Mizener’s Antiques and Flea Market Ltd. – there are many treasures to be found at one of Ontario’s oldest and most authentic, year-round antique markets. Each Sunday, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., shoppers congregate to peruse a unique blend of antiques, artisans, collectibles and more.
Find affordable student-friendly apartments for rent, a short commute away from the following post-secondary institutions:
McMaster University – ranked as one of the top 5 Canadian universities and top 100 worldwide, this public research university dates back to 1887. Over the years, the school has expanded in size and offerings. Today, the school operates six core academic faculties – the DeGroote School of Business, Engineering, Health Sciences, Humanities, Social Science and Science – attended by over 25,000 undergraduates and 4,200 graduates.
Mohawk College – with more than 100 programs in its repertoire, Mohawk College helps students discover their career path in health, technology, skilled trades, business, communication arts and community services. Learners have their pick of preparatory programs, a one-year certification, a two- or three-year diploma, a post-graduate certificate or working towards a degree.
Redeemer University College – renowned for its quality liberal arts and science offerings, Redeemer offers academics scholarship in a spiritually vibrant and caring community. Small classrooms, low student-faculty ratios and religious touches are all part of this institution’s charm. Academic offerings include fine arts, humanities, sciences, social sciences, business, and teacher education courses.
Brock University (Hamilton campus) – launched in 2000, this campus primarily serves as an access point to Brock’s Faculty of Education. Students at Brock’s Hamilton campus primarily focus on one of four streams of study – primary/junior, junior/intermediate, intermediate/senior or technological education.
Collège Boréal – a francophone College of Applied Arts and Technology, serving the Northern and Central Southwestern Ontario communities. Founded in 1995, Collège Boréal was established to offer students technical programs, while helping them access a bilingual labour market. Today, the college has expanded its reach into 28 cities across the province, including campuses in Barrie, Brampton, Capreol, Chelmsford, Coniston, Dowling, Elliot Lake, Garson, Greater Sudbury, Hamilton, Hearst, Kapuskasing, Leamington, Lively, London, Mississauga, Sturgeon Falls, Noëlville, North Bay, New Liskeard, Scarborough, Smooth Rock Falls, Timmins, Toronto, Val-Caron, Welland and Windsor.
If you’re living in one of the numerous apartment rentals in Dundas, you’ll enjoy the ability to travel locally and beyond with Hamilton Street Railway (HSR), GO Transit, and the John C. Munro Hamilton International Airport.