Halifax Apartments neighbourhood in Halifax

Get to Know Brunswick Heights

Brunswick Heights is Halifax’s newest exciting community that is part of the vibrant Downtown Halifax scene. New retail and restaurants, within our complex and across the street, are home to vibrant retailers, boutique shops, and dining right on Brunswick Street. You will also enjoy rejuvenated streetscapes and new green spaces. So whether you want to catch a game at the nearby Scotiabank Centre, visit the new Conference Centre or grab some friends for a walking tour of the sculptures that dot the Halifax waterfront boardwalk, you can do it all while still being walking distance from home. Also within walking distance are great eateries such as Orso Pub & Grill, Inkwell, Roll It Up, Kam Moon, and Cafe Teriyaki 52.

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Downtown on Your Doorstep

Halifax Apartments is situated right in the south end of the Halifax Harbour area, placing you in a prime location for work and play. Direct pedway access from Halifax Apartments connects you to local businesses and retailers, while the Angus L. Macdonald Bridge, as well as the Alderney Ferry, makes nearby Dartmouth even closer. With history surrounding you, scenic ocean views, and access to great local haunts, there’s a lot of reasons to call Halifax Apartments your new home.

If you are ready to learn more about our studio, one, two, and three bedroom homes in the Halifax Harbour area, we’d love to hear from you! Call us today to speak with one of our leasing agents, who can help schedule a tour or answer any questions you have.

Halifax Apartments

9024420876

1881 Brunswick Street Halifax, NS B3J 3L8 CA

Eat

A Taste of India

Faith’s Sub & Falafel Café

The Harbor City Bar and Grill

Korea Garden Express

Pannizza

Sip

2 Crows Brewing Co.

The Auction House

The Coffee Pro

LevelBar

Starbucks

Shop

Halifax Shopping Centre

Granville Mall

Park Lane Mall

Scotia Square

Twisted Muse

Do

Art Gallery of Nova Scotia

Halifax Citadel National Historic Site

Halifax Public Garden

Museum of Natural History

Scotiabank Centre