The next stage in St. Catharines’ exciting rejuvenation aims to provide a fresh new face on one of its oldest streets as the city’s downtown core excitedly awaits the arrival of luxurious modern lofts.
Graffiti Lofts is a luxury residential development by Marina Homes currently in pre-construction. This new project is located at 229 St. Paul Street by James Street in the downtown area of St. Catharines.
This new project comes amid a wave of new developments that have descended upon the Garden City. Charged with new purpose and vigour, the St. Catharines central area has come alive with an influx of people and new buildings, of which these opulent lofts will serve as the high point of these revitalization efforts.
With its superb quality and exceptional location, this development is an obvious choice for the discriminating condominium investor. Make Graffiti Lofts your next home.
Location & Neighbourhood
Exciting times have fallen on St. Catharines as efforts to rejuvenate the downtown core of Niagara Region’s largest city finally come to fruition.
After taking the initial step to restore two-way vehicle traffic, the city released its own official plan in 2010 to guide its future growth. And, as the sole growth area designated by the Ontario Government’s “Places to Grow Act” throughout the entire Niagara region, St. Catharines has since grown by leaps and bounds.
The annual value of construction permits in St. Catharines has nearly tripled in the four years preceding 2019. And while the city has witnessed an entire crop of new developments, the three most important are: the $42-million Marilyn I. Walker School of Fine and Performing Arts, Brock University’s brand-new campus; the $55-million, 5,300-seat Meridian Arena, a spectator arena that is the home of the OHL Niagara Icedogs; and the $62-million FirstOntario Performing Arts Centre that includes four separate venues including a 775-seat concert hall.