Number Of Storeys27
Number of Suites769
Est OccupancyQ1 2027
VIP LaunchFall 2022
Total Min DepositTBD
The downtown area of Hamilton is expanding swiftly and is increasingly in demand as a place to live. The city is making significant investments in infrastructure, jobs, education, and entertainment as the region goes through a significant renovation. The Hamilton Escarpment is home to the two high-rise condominium towers known as Corktown Condos, which will have contemporary exteriors, spectacular amenities, and breathtaking city and lake vistas. Ideally situated in the centre of the city, residents will have easy access to the new Hamilton LRT, post-secondary institutions, dynamic lifestyle facilities, and a wealth of natural greenery.
Hamilton’s downtown is an extremely desirable area of the city that is developing and changing quickly. Numerous new, distinctive, and dynamic lifestyle amenities and necessities are being introduced to the neighbourhood as part of the area’s substantial rehabilitation. With a fantastic Walk Score, Corktown Condos tenants will be close to the finest that downtown Hamilton has to offer, including a broad range of dining, shopping, and entertainment alternatives.
Due to its location being close to McMaster University and Mohawk College, Corktown Condos will offer the ideal off-campus living option for post-secondary students.
The Corktown Condos will offer residents stunning vistas of Lake Ontario and the waterfront as they rise from the Hamilton Escarpment’s base. Over 100 spectacular waterfalls can be found in Hamilton, which is renowned as the waterfall capital of the world. These waterfalls serve as a gorgeous background for the city’s lush parks, conservation areas, and picturesque pathways.
With quick access to main highways and transportation alternatives, Corktown Condos homeowners may enjoy a smooth commute around the city or beyond thanks to its convenient location in the centre of Hamilton. With the Hamilton LRT, which will have a stop just outside the entrance, the city of Hamilton is making significant investments in new transportation infrastructure. Residents may access Hamilton Street Railway bus services just a few metres from their homes. The Hamilton Centre GO Station is also accessible on foot. GO bus lines and the Lake Shore West GO train, which will swiftly take passengers into Union Station in downtown Toronto, are accessible to commuters. Driving around the GTHA is made simple thanks to convenient access to Highway 403 and the QEW, and downtown Toronto is only a little over an hour away.