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Transforming downtown Hamilton with redevelopment

Posted by Greg Chew on Feb 24, 2015 4:30:00 PM

Estimated reading time: 3 minutes

Image rendering of Core Urban Inc. proposed redevelopment, courtesy of www.cbc.ca

In order to attract new residential and commercial tenants in downtown Hamilton, ON, significant redevelopment needs to continue. The opportunities are there and many areas have beautiful historic buildings that are being under-utilized.

One noteworthy possibility for redevelopment is the James Street North alley, located in the heart of downtown Hamilton. Some consider this area to be an eyesore, but the potential commercial redevelopment could transform the area; creating new jobs and attracting new businesses to this section of the downtown core.

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Topics: CIP, Commercial redevelopment, Hamilton

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