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Old Posted Jul 13, 2016, 8:21 PM
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Harbour Condos on The Bay | ? | 11 fl | Proposed

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thespec.com: Developer who saved Hamilton’s Pigott Building back in town with 2 new projects

By Steve Arnold | July 13, 2016

The Toronto developer who turned Hamilton's historic Pigott building into a successful condo project has come back to town.

Vernon Shaw, of King Stuart Developments Inc., is planning two new mixed-use buildings — one in the West Harbour area and one downtown.

The downtown site, at King Street West and Caroline Street North will save the front of a historic building for commercial uses at the street level with "brick and beam" offices above.

Behind will be a 15-storey tower of 100 rental units averaging 550 square feet.

At the harbour, Shaw has acquired land at the southwest corner of Stuart and MacNab streets opposite the new West Harbour GO station.

The plan there is for 75 units averaging 750 square feet. There will be two underground parking levels. The north side of the building will overlook the harbour while the south side will offer a view of Jamesville and the city's changing skyline.


Both projects are still in the planning stages.

Shaw is founder of the Canlight Group of Companies.
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Google Street View | 295 MacNab Street North, Hamilton
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Old Posted Oct 25, 2016, 3:34 PM
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Stuart/MacNab

11-storey building
77 units ranging from approximately 550 square feet to 1,100 square feet
Anticipated prices ranging from $259,000 to $600,000
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First of many new builds I'm sure. I can't imagine Chris' Restaurant supply is going to be around much longer.
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At the end of the CBC article it reads "The one drawback factor was how much of an impact the nearby shunting railyards have on the amount of outdoor space (think balconies) that can be proposed."

They should build for the future as I'm sure that one day the shunting yards will be moved.
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Good to see more activity up there. Always enjoyed hanging around the museum over there.
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At the end of the CBC article it reads "The one drawback factor was how much of an impact the nearby shunting railyards have on the amount of outdoor space (think balconies) that can be proposed."

They should build for the future as I'm sure that one day the shunting yards will be moved.
These clowns probably work out of an office in Iowa or some damn place and won't even take calls from the City.

It must happen. It will happen. But it won't be until I'm old and grey.
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Stuart & MacNab potential new development?

Hello Everyone,

I recently took a walk to Bayfront Park and passed by West Harbour. This area is completely fenced and this sign was put up. I am not sure if there's already been a thread already posted about this development, but I saw a potential development site at corner of MacNab Street North and Stuart Street. Not sure if it's approved or still pending approval by the city.

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41 Stuart Street and MacNab Street North | ? | 12 fl (11 dwelling units 1 at grade commercial) | Proposal pending?
Developer: King Stuart Developments Inc.
11 dwelling units
11 storey mix use.
one at-grade commercial unit
43 parking spaces

google map: https://www.google.ca/maps/place/Mac...!4d-79.8665616

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Last edited by anniebanny; Jun 7, 2017 at 12:19 AM. Reason: provide photo
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Here's the thread for it ---> 295 MacNab Street North | ? | 11 fl | Proposed


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If you're ever looking for a thread in the future, check out my Hamilton developments compilation thread ---> HAMILTON | Development Thread


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great looking rendering!
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great looking rendering!
I Agree definitely beautiful. Looks very nice. Can't wait for the build.
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Does anyone know exactly where I can find details about development applications for the city. The map that the city provides is pretty lackluster.

Thanks
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Harbour Condos on the Bay

http://harbourcondos.ca/

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Introducing Harbour Condos on The Bay, nestled at the corner of MacNab & Stuart Street N. in Hamilton’s vibrant West Harbour Waterfront Area. Surrender to the pleasures of unencumbered city living in this ideal location for those who seek freedom and discovery with a refuge to call home.

A boutique eleven storey building with a collection of 76 luxury condominiums, Harbour Condos offers gracious living with expansive views of stunning Macassa Bay and Hamilton’s most treasured waterfront amenities.

Harbour Condos on The Bay is the newest arrival and next-door neighbor to Hamilton’s emerging Pier 8 Development, and the latest exciting chapter of the West Harbour story.

Fill your life with adventure and breathe in all this beautiful waterfront community has to offer such as the Bayfront Park, The Waterfront Trail for cycling, running, hiking and walking, Pier 4 Park, Harbour West Marina Complex, Macassa Bay Yacht Club, Pier 8, HHC Sailing School and the Royal Hamilton Yacht Club.

Whatever your destination, it is easy to navigate when you need to leave home. Harbour Condos on The Bay is situated at the top of trendy James Street North, home of the art crawls, galleries, boutiques, and world-class culinary experiences. You can be on the QEW or Highway 403 in minutes. Perhaps the most convenient escape is to hop on the West Harbour GO, right outside your doorstep. Perfect for commuters or those who want the freedom to travel without the constraints of traffic.

Harbour Condos presents a lifestyle that’s spontaneous and richly satisfying. The best of urban life can be found right here. Exploration awaits you!
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More like "Condos on the tracks" amirite?
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More like "Condos on the tracks" amirite?
I'd say Condos on the GO would be appropriate, but until good GO service actually happens across the road that may be premature... plus there's bad juju on the name from Santaguida's failed "On the GO Mimico" project.
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At least it's in a good spot - just from a bayfront park perspective even.
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I have always been surprised that more developments like this don't take place along the waterfront. The city's north end/waterfront has been slowly getting fixed up, and may eventually be a more desirable location that it has been in the past.
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