STEPS FROM TRAINS, BUSES, SCHOOLS & ENDLESS OPPORTUNITIES
Live at the centre of the city and be connected to wherever you want to go. Whether getting to school, commuting to work, or heading out of town – it’s all a breeze.
- – 3 min walk to the future planned King & James LRT Station
- – 4 min walk to Hamilton GO Station
- – 5 min walk to McMaster University Downtown Centre
- – 11 min bus to Mohawk College of Applied Arts & Technology
- – 1 hr drive to Toronto via Hwy 403
The Perfect Transit Hub
Located in the heart of Hamilton’s transportation hub, residents will find themselves just steps away from the upcoming LRT and Hamilton GO Train. Hamilton’s strategic location and infrastructure supports all forms of transportation, cars, trains, planes and boats. A $3.4 Billion investment from the Provincial and Federal Government for the future Hamilton LRT was announced in 2021. Residents will travel at ease throughout the city, minutes away from major Highways, GO train, Hamilton International Airport and the future Hamilton LRT.
75 James is the perfect neighbourhood for post-secondary students. According to Times Higher Education, McMaster University is 4th ranked in Canada. McMaster is only 4 stops away using the future Hamilton LRT. The area is home to great educational institutions such as Brock University, Sheridan College, Mohawk College and many more.
An Exciting Future for the Waterfront
The sweeping water views and relaxing green spaces of Hamilton’s West Harbour will reach all their potential with a $140 million redevelopment project. With parks, bike paths, boardwalks, and people- centred spaces, the Harbour will be transformed into a vibrant, pedestrian-friendly community. Residents and visitors will have access to the water’s edge and plenty of space for a variety of activities, from picnicking to roller and ice skating to strolling along the trails. This new lifestyle waterfront will also be home to a vibrant commercial village and a public piazza at the foot of James Street North, a flourishing boulevard full of galleries, stores, and restaurants