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    Hamilton’s Next Phase in Waterfront Investment

Hamilton’s Next Phase in Waterfront Investment

Commercial space in Hamilton available which includes themed retail zones for fitness and health, and a fresh food market. New commercial space in Hamilton: Hamilton’s critical waterfront showpiece at Pier 8 will be virtually unrecognizable once a plan to transform it into a residential, recreational and commercial destination is realized.

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    Investors are Buying Commercial Real Estate in Hamilton.  Here’s why.

Investors are Buying Commercial Real Estate in Hamilton. Here’s why.

Prime Corner Retail Unit For Sale located near James Street and Cannon Street For more information about this sale please contact Bryan Faldowski, Vice President, Sales Representative at Colliers.

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    Hamilton Is a Hub for Real Estate Investment

Hamilton Is a Hub for Real Estate Investment

The greater Hamilton area continues to draw attention as a place to call home and do business, with Hamilton Real Estate investments on the rise. Hamilton spans a large geographic area, and each neighbourhood is different and distinct. Across our city, you can find urban, suburban and rural living, as

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    Jumpstart your business in Downtown Hamilton

Jumpstart your business in Downtown Hamilton

There are so many elements that are firing on all cylinders in Hamilton’s downtown, including growth in the arts and technology sectors, residential and office development that brings density to support restaurants and retail, creation of hotel rooms, and accelerating investment that is transforming critical streets. Much of that has

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    North America’s Fastest Growing Airport.

North America’s Fastest Growing Airport.

John C. Munro Hamilton International Airport was recognized as the fastest growing airport in North America in 2018 and progress on both the passenger and the cargo sides shows no signs of slowing down. After 80 per cent growth in passenger volume in 2017, last year’s numbers increased another 21

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    City to spend $80 Million on Developing Hamilton’s Waterfront

City to spend $80 Million on Developing Hamilton’s Waterfront

The City of Hamilton is on the cusp of realizing a decades-long vision to transform the Piers 5 to 8 shoreline in Hamilton’s West Harbour into a mixed-use community. The 30-acre former shipping pier is already home to an outdoor skating rink, amphitheatre, a café and restaurant. As the last

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    Locate to Hamilton’s Contemporary Office Space Today

Locate to Hamilton’s Contemporary Office Space Today

Aragon Properties has been steadily adding to its Hamilton portfolio and plans to make big investments in the near future. Several purchases over the last year means the company now owns almost the entire block of the north side of King Street between Hughson to James streets. Its signature property

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    The Hamilton Downtown Secondary Plan puts People First

The Hamilton Downtown Secondary Plan puts People First

Written by Benjamin Zarate Data & Information Analyst at the Doyle Team The Downtown Secondary Plan (or DTSP),“Putting People First: The New Land Use Plan for Downtown Hamilton,” was the first formal plan for Hamilton’s Downtown core and was approved in 2001.The Plan area is bounded by Cannon Street to the north,

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    Over 700 Acres of Employment Land Available in Hamilton

Over 700 Acres of Employment Land Available in Hamilton

A new private industrial park on an abandoned factory site in Hamilton’s North End offers 18 industrial lots and office space that would be an ideal healthcare hub, says developer Sergio Manchia. The Hamilton Central Business Park at Victoria and Ferrie streets is the largest soil remediation project in Hamilton’s

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    McCallum Sather Brings Westinghouse Headquarters Back to Life

McCallum Sather Brings Westinghouse Headquarters Back to Life

It’s a magnificent brick and stone building from a time when corporate headquarters were symbols of pride and confidence. But the former Westinghouse Headquarters of Canada sat vacant for more than 30 years. Now the team behind Westinghouse Headquarters is bringing the building in Hamilton’s industrial northeast back to life

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