As we emerge from the COVID-19 business lockdown, many construction projects are back on schedule. Here are some highlights from across the city that show that Hamilton is once again open for business.
$100-million facility that will quadruple the company’s space to 200,000 square feet and add 200 people to its current complement within five years of the facility being complete.
New facility is one of the largest corporate head office investments in the city in a generation. Boasting 330,000 square feet, it will house 1,200 highly-skilled workers.
The new 30,000 square-foot facility will include retail space, a service centre and rentals and feature 22,000 square feet of showroom and shop and 6,000 square feet of warehouse space.
Main & Walnut
25 storey mixed use residential apartment building with commercial facilities fronting on Main Street East and a 7 storey parking structure fronting on Jackson Street East. It will have 267 residential units and 274 parking spaces in the form of a parking structure.
The Hamilton Central Business Park development is the largest brownfield remediation project in Hamilton’s history. Once the former site of the Otis Elevator and Studebaker factories, this 26-acre property has been redeveloped into a new prestige industrial park planned for light manufacturing companies and professional offices, some geared towards health sciences.