This new condo project will be the first phase in this new vibrant condo community. This new mixed-use condominium residential complex is expected to consist of three towers rising in heights of 27, 30 and 36 storeys respectively. It will share a common four-storey podium and will create approximately 923 units and an underground parking garage that will accommodate roughly 983 motor vehicles. Metro Condos is coming to a pocket close to downtown Hamilton and is Spallacci’s next major knockout.
The area is presently developed with a privately-owned surface parking lot and a five storey multi-unit building. The property spans from the northeast corner of Charlton Avenue E, to the corner with John Street and then up John Street to the corner at St Josephs’ Drive. Hamilton is part of the Places to Grow – Growth Plan for the Greater Golden Horseshoe, Niagara Escarpment Plan.
The facade and size of the structural area will ultimately be awe-inspiring with its rectangular shape and its approximate 0.85 hectares of land. The constructive approach is unmistakably contemporary with a combination of punched window glazing with pre-cast panels and a shroud wall glazing. Pre-cast and glazed balcony specs will enhance the appearance with a simple, yet chic give-and-take of materials and colours.
It will include 1,476.3 square metres of at-grade commercial component, which will be centered on the busy intersection of John Street and Charlton Avenue E, where public transportation exists. This will serve the new residents of the development as well as local residents and staff from the adjacent St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton.
The towers will be staggered on the podium in order to take full advantage of views of the City and Escarpment, as well as Lake Ontario and beyond. Combine that with an astronomical list of amenity facilities on the podium level, along with extensive landscaped gardens for its residents and guests alike. This will surely be one development many will flock to in a heartbeat. Since Spallacci is known to create one-of-a-kind, memorable real estate opportunities for any discerning buyer. It will definitely inspire you to live your best life.
Location & Neighbourhood
This location makes a great place to call home and an equally valuable neighbourhood to invest in, since it has a Walkscore of 95/100 this area is a walker’s paradise. It also boasts an excellent Transit Score of 78/100. The development is within the City of Hamilton and located in the Corktown area. Corktown is one of the original four Hamilton neighbourhoods, home to the Hamilton GO Station, the pub district of Young and Augusta Streets, and St, Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton. Corktown is a true downtown community.
Multi-floor dwellings of the neighbourhood are responsible for much of Hamilton’s skyline; however, among these high-rises are Victorian era residences that help Corktown cling to its old-world distinction, serving as a reminder of Hamilton’s early settlers that resided and worked on the Toronto, Hamilton & Buffalo Railway. The area has an eclectic spectrum of building types along with residential architectural styles, in addition to institutional, commercial and retail uses.