Choose a condo in Hamilton, Ontario that is at once an acknowledgement of its rich history. The James Street Baptist Church, one of the city’s oldest architectural icons was built sometime between 1878 and 1882 and designed by renowned architect Joseph Connolly in an impressive Gothic Revival style. With an eye to honouring the architect and his creation, Stanton Renaissance has proudly dubbed this inspiring 30-storey mixed-use development “The Connolly.” Our expert team is working closely with the city to design the project in such a way that the building’s heritage and unique architectural characteristics are preserved. The project will extend Hamilton’s downtown presence and provide a safe and stimulating neighbourhood that is sure to add significant value to the community.
As with our other projects, we ensure that rigorous environmental protocols are respected. We’re proud of the revolutionary geothermal and cogeneration technologies that will power this and future Hamilton condos, functioning optimally to provide heating and cooling at a low cost, and with minimal environmental impacts.
Real estate in Hamilton, Ontario is exciting for more reasons than we can tell you. But we’ll share a few.
With GO train access in close proximity, an exciting choice of post-secondary institutions, many intriguing and beautiful historical buildings, and multiple quality hospitals, Hamilton is an ideal place to plant roots, whether attending university, starting a family, or both.
Food is life, and Hamilton has truly never let that truth slide. Established in 1837, the Hamilton Farmer’s Market is another slice of the past still thriving today. Boasting over 60 vendors and artisans, it’s open all year round. Take your pick of local, national, and international foods.
Known for its abundance of rejuvenating green space in the form of parks, trails, and falls, Hamilton lives up to its reputation. For those who desire the convenience of a modern, well-planned new condo in Hamilton with easy access to nature when the urge hits, Bayfront is a 40-acre park found in the West end of Hamilton Harbour. It offers nearly 6000 feet of shoreline, and is home to fish habitat, and native vegetation. It is also the site of a wide variety of summer festivals and concerts. A protected sandy beach and a 20-foot wide trail encircle the entire park. If that wasn’t enough, Hamilton boasts over 100 waterfalls.
For lucky heritage-lovers and potential future residents of The Connolly, Dundurn Castle may be an exciting attraction as well. This 18,000 square foot historic neoclassical mansion, completed in 1835, took three years to build. The 40-room castle offers conveniences like gas lighting and running water, and is open these days as a civic museum.
Art and culture lovers need never fear in Hamilton. A coordinated effort that is over 5 years old, the increasingly famous annual James Street North Art Crawl opens hearts and minds every time. Visitors can explore the many galleries, shops and studios that are now calling this historic neighbourhood home.