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    Hamilton Hits $1 Billion in Building Permits… Yet Again!

Hamilton Hits $1 Billion in Building Permits… Yet Again!

The City of Hamilton hit a major milestone in December 2016 when Ed VanderWindt, who is the city’s Chief Building Official, announced that the $1-billion threshold of new construction projects for the year had been passed. And not only that. Hamilton also set a new record for the number of

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    Hamilton Builds an Economic Action Plan for the Future

Hamilton Builds an Economic Action Plan for the Future

Can a big city increase its land supply that is ready for development by 500 acres in one fell swoop? Or maybe add seven million square feet of new Industrial/Commercial space? How about generating $2 billion worth of new construction value or, while we’re at it, building a state-of-the-art film

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    WalterFedy: Building Ontario for 65 Years

WalterFedy: Building Ontario for 65 Years

Offices located in Kitchener and now in Hamilton. Founded in 1951, WalterFedy is an integrated practice of architecture, engineering, and construction professionals personally invested in delivering creative and practical built environments that enrich communities. We began as a small mechanical and electrical firm in Kitchener, Ontario, but over the next

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    Emerging Trends in Hamilton’s Business Parks & Employment Lands

Emerging Trends in Hamilton’s Business Parks & Employment Lands

Hamilton is open for business. The City of Hamilton is home to nine business parks/districts that offer a wide variety of buildings for sale or lease and vacant parcels of land for future development opportunities. Hamilton’s ongoing success in in developing these employment lands, including the latest surrounding the John

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    Hamilton’s Bayfront – A True Multi-Modal Transportation Hub

Hamilton’s Bayfront – A True Multi-Modal Transportation Hub

Strategically located on Hamilton’s Harbour with direct access to rail, major highways and the Port of Hamilton Hamilton’s Bayfront Industrial Area has played a defining role in the city’s industrial, economic and cultural development for more than a century. With a total area of around 3,700 acres situated on the

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    Transforming Hamilton’s West Harbour

Transforming Hamilton’s West Harbour

Incredible opportunity for the City to provide continuous public spaces along the West Harbour It’s a project that has been years in the making and is nearing a crescendo as the City of Hamilton prepares to enter the most ambitious phase of its West Harbour Re-Development Plan – significant residential

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    Hamilton’s Affordable Downtown is Open for Business

Hamilton’s Affordable Downtown is Open for Business

When will you move or expand your business to Hamilton’s work culture hotspot? To use an old baseball analogy, Hamilton’s Downtown Urban Growth Centre (USG) has seen a number of singles, but early indications are that 2016 is a grand slam. Hamilton has loaded the bases, capitalizing on its strengths,

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    LiUNA is a Part of Hamilton’s Past, Present & Future

LiUNA is a Part of Hamilton’s Past, Present & Future

Hamilton is a place steeped in history and tradition that has continued to look forward. That local attitude is what makes Hamilton special, and the organizations there are unique – even when it comes to organized labour. Meet the men and women of the Labourers’ International Union of North America

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    Doing Business in Hamilton: The Ambitious City

Doing Business in Hamilton: The Ambitious City

The greater Hamilton area has received a lot of interest lately as a place to live and invest. The area’s position as a transportation hub for Southern Ontario, the forthcoming Light Rail Transit (LRT) for major Hamilton corridors, the prospect of all-day GO services between Hamilton and Toronto, and the

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    The Cotton Factory builds Hamilton’s Creative Future

The Cotton Factory builds Hamilton’s Creative Future

It’s been just over a year since Rob Zeidler bought the Cotton Factory on three acres at 270 Sherman Ave. N. For the past year, the building has been undergoing a 21stcentury makeover geared to creative industry tenants and special event space, with a new co-working space for short and

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