Event Ended On: Wednesday September 12 2018
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Located on James Street North between Gore Park and King William Street, The Alley by Core Urban is another transformational project in the heart of Canada’s comeback city. This adaptive reuse project is steps from everything, including all major banks, City Hall, both Courthouses, and the Hamilton’s restaurant row.
Offering large suites with soaring ceilings, old-world character and modern amenities, The Alley is the ultimate urban office opportunity. For more information, please contact Kristel Bulthuis: email@example.com
Registration, Breakfast & Networking
Mayor Fred Eisenberger (5 minutes) Jason Thorne, General Manager, Planning and Economic (10 minutes)
The Steel City - Canada's Hottest Emerging CRE Market?
Who are Hamilton Top Tenants, new and old, driving the renaissance of the Steel City? How are millennials forging Economic Development in Toronto's Brooklyn?
Hamilton: The Place to Live, Work & Play?
Is Hamilton the Hottest Place to Live, Work, & Play Right Now? LRT, Purpose built rental, Amazon’s Driverless Cars? What more should we expect from Hamilton?
Post Game Networking & Office Space Tours
Please note that from 10:45 AM to 11:00 AM tours of the office spaces will be provided by the City of Hamilton's Economic Development team. For more information, please contact Karol at Karol.Murillo@hamilton.ca
The Alley by Core Urban
10-14 James Street North Unit 500
Hamilton, Canada L8R 2J9
Parking Information: Information on GO Express Buses service https://www.gotransit.com/en/trip-planning/plan-your-trip
Leave Union Station Bus Terminal, Toronto, Ontario
*Leave every 30 minutes, 1 hr to Downtown Hamilton
The venue is a less than 10 minute walk to the Hunter Go Station.
Self-Parking lot next to the building.
Additional self-parking options on John and Rebecca street.
Traditionally known for its key role in industrial production, the City of Hamilton has earned itself titles such as the Ambitious City, the Steel City, and
More recently, however, Hamilton has been described as Toronto's Brooklyn as the increasingly strong industrial economy
is complemented by demand
from millennials on the hunt for the ideal place to live work and play. With projects like the $360-million, 44,000 square feet, Television Condos mixed-use project containing two 40-story connected buildings on Jackson St. West there’s no doubt that this growth is reflected in Hamilton’s condo market. So who exactly is coming to Hamilton, why, and what are the benefits of doing so? Join our all-star panelists and the team at Bisnow as we get the inside scoop from top tenants, developers, government officials and those behind the renewed growth of an already diversified economy providing options for office and residential tenants! If you are interested in site tours immediately following the event from 10:45 am - 11:00 am, please contact
Karol Murillo, Karol.Murillo@hamilton.ca Share your comments, post your photos and ask questions using #Bisnow on Twitter and Instagram, and follow us at @Bisnow on Twitter for more local news.
1) With Hamilton being described as the "greatest urban comeback of all time" what should owners, developers and investors be on the lookout for when it comes to the CRE market outlook?
2) Given Hamilton is shaping up to be a white-hot emerging CRE market, how are the exciting developments in mass transit going to further drive the optimistic horizon for CRE in Hamilton?
3) How much of an impact will renovation projects like the Pier 8 Waterfront Development have on Hamilton's CRE and economic development outlook?
4) Given new construction in Hamilton valued at over $1B and there has been an increase, when can we expect to see Hamilton’s new CRE product come online?
5) As a part of Canada’s Innovation Corridor, Hamilton is located between Toronto and Kitchener-Waterloo. As this Corridor generates more than 17% of Canada’s GDP, how is Hamilton positioning itself to welcome more entrepreneurs and start-ups?