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Barton-Tiffany Lands

231 Bay Street North, Hamilton

Project Overview

This handsome landmark was constructed in 1915 and is surrounded by mature trees.

  • 19,000 square feet
  • Four levels
  • brick and steel beam
  • mixed-use and residential
  • tremendous upside potential and redevelopment opportunities

231 Bay St N is bounded by:

  • a semi-detached residential home to the south
  • Bay St N to the east
  • Barton St W to the north
  • Bridgeworks Community Space to the west

Bridgeworks Community Space was granted funds by the federal government for the organizers of Supercrawl to retrofit it into a concert hall.

The property also resides within the West Harbour Secondary Plan, which was created to curate the development and growth of Pier 8, Bayfront, James St. N. and Barton-Tiffany Lands, with the latter transitioning into Hamilton’s Film District.

In February 2021, Forge & Foster acquired nearby 243 Queen St. N. and partnered with Aeon Studio group to promote and invest in Hamilton’s film economy, as the industry continues to grow year after year.

231 Bay St. N. is also located steps away from the West Harbour GO Train Station.

The property sits on 0.35 acres, a majority of which is used as parking on the southern side. It is composed of commercial space on the ground and lower level, along with live/work studios on the upper floors.

The existing D URBAN PROTECTED RESIDENTIAL – ONE AND TWO FAMILY DWELLINGS zoning allows for:

  • single and two-family dwelling
  • lodging home
  • residential care facility
  • retirement home

The site also possesses site-specific zoning, D/S-699, which also allows union office and banquet meeting hall uses.

Project Update: April 27, 2022

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