Thursday, 4 March 2021

A unique and exciting investment opportunity nestled in Downtown Hamilton! PRICING STARTING FROM THE LOW $300s!

 

A unique and exciting investment opportunity nestled in Downtown Hamilton!  

Steps from Hamilton's vibrant downtown core. Here at Beasley Lofts, future residents will find themselves minutes from the Hamilton Centre GO Station, Highway 403, Mohawk College & McMaster University, a fantastic selection of Big Box Stores and so much more!

We're thrilled to introduce you to our residential & commercial units, including our secure parking, on-site storage, and our unique Rooftop Gardens. 


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IMAGINE

 

Immerse yourself in the heart of downtown, experience the thriving Hamilton community of artists, shops, and restaurants just steps away. Enjoy the lifestyle from the comfort of your home without leaving the building by taking advantage of the indoor atrium, food & beverage services, even on-site retail or office spaces so you can cut your commute to an elevator ride. Enjoy unparalleled amenities:

 

24-hour security and concierge
Included access to the on-site fitness center
Shuttle service connecting you with Hamilton's hotspots
Walking distance to both GO Stations - a commuter's dream!


FLEXIBLE Deposit Structure: 

20% of Purchase Price

$5,000 - Due on Signing

$10,000 - Due in 90 Days

$15,000 - Due in 180 Days
The remainder of 20% - Due in 365 days

 


PRICING STARTING FROM THE $300s!





REASONS TO BUY

A GROWING CITY

Hamilton's landscape is rapidly changing with a $140 million waterfront redevelopment that will transform West Harbour into a vibrant, pedestrian-friendly community; and a new $500 Million Entertainment hub, only a 10-minute walk from Beasley Park Lofts, has been approved to revitalize the arts and culture scene

HAMILTON GO CENTRE

Conveniently located just a quick 5-minute commute from the Hamilton Centre GO Station which features both GO Bus & GO Train Transit

MAJOR HIGHWAYS

Conquer your morning commute with incredible ease being just 5 minutes from Highway 403, seamlessly connecting you to Highway 407 & the QEW in just minutes

POST-SECONDARY SCHOOLS

You will be 7 Minutes from Mohawk College which is home to 30,000 full-time, part-time, and apprenticeship students at the three campuses located all in Hamilton


Residents will also be less than 8 minutes from McMaster University which is ranked 4th in Canada and 69th in the world and is one of only four Canadian universities consistently ranked in the world’s top 100! McMaster University is home to over 30,000 students, representing 120 countries


Stinson projects are UNIQUE and the units will always hold their value.

Unlike most 'cookie-cutter condos' Stinson buildings are architecturally distinctive and the units are well-designed.

Ceilings are higher, the location is ideal, a park surrounds the building, 24-hour food-store onsite, 24-hour café, lobby bar, private shuttle bus for residents, concierge, gym, business center, underground parking; in fact, a self-contained village! 



Interested in receiving HOT Investment opportunities?
Call us: 647-760-7061
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Wednesday, 10 February 2021

How to spot the romance scam?

 

Looking for love in all the wrong places - how to spot the romance scam

February 2021

Romance scams are among the top ten frauds affecting Canadians according to the Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre, costing Canadians more than $18.5 million in 2020. This Valentine's Day, learn how to recognize the scam and stop it from happening to you, and then spread the word to others:

Warnings signs

Here are some warning signs that your new relationship may be a scam:

  • Your new friend moves too fast. Scammers are trying to develop a quick relationship with you so be on your guard when someone professes their love to you.
  • If your love interest asks you to send money, be very suspicious.

  • Does your new friend have an online profile? Look for inconsistencies between what they post, and what they tell you.
  • If you receive a message from your friend and they use the wrong name, that may be a red flag. Many of these fraudsters are working on multiple victims at the same time.
  • Scammers will claim that they live close to you but that they’re working overseas. They do this so that they have numerous reasons to ask for you for money. Be on your guard.

If you think you may be a victim


If you think you may be a victim of a romance scam or any other kind of fraud, it’s important to contact police immediately. Bank staff are aware of these kinds of scams and are trained to pay attention if a customer makes an unusual transaction - for example, withdrawing more money than usual. However, you are ultimately responsible for any funds that you withdraw from your bank account. That’s why it’s especially important to ask questions and be 100 per cent positive about who you’re sending money to and why.
 

Did you know?


The CBA offers a free fraud prevention seminar for seniors as part of its Your Money Seniors financial literacy seminar program. Request a fraud prevention seminar today!

As a consumer, you also have an important role to play. One of the best ways to protect yourself is to be aware of the different types of scams and fraud so you won't be victimized.

Wednesday, 3 February 2021

Take a load off your water bill and the planet

Take a load off your water bill and the planet (NC)
Save your water bill!


Conserving water at home can help ensure a steady flow of clean, safe water for all while reducing our water bills at the same time. With a lot of water typically consumed in the kitchen, consider these unexpected ways to help you use less water and feel good about it. 

Keep bottles or pitchers of drinking water in the refrigerator. 

No one wants to drink the warm water that first flows from the tap. Rather than wasting it, catch the water in a container and pop it in the fridge. Invest in a tap water filter and you can save on bottled water too.
 
Repurpose the water used with fruits or vegetables. 

Clean fruits or vegetables in a bowl or pot of water and use it for houseplants or the garden. After steaming or boiling vegetables, use that water to start a stock for soup or to water plants. Get into the habit of collecting and repurposing spent water such as water left in drinking glasses or pet dishes, ice dropped on the floor, etc.

 Defrost foods in the fridge.

 Although putting frozen foods under running water helps them thaw faster, it also wastes a lot of water. Instead, plan ahead and put the food in the refrigerator overnight to safely defrost – and not use a single drop of water. 

Save water by using your dishwasher.

 It may surprise you that running the dishwasher half full wastes less water and energy compared to handwashing those same dishes. An Energy Star-certified dishwasher uses 15 liters of water every cycle, while a running faucet uses 15 liters every two minutes and about a quarter of the energy used to wash dishes by hand – helping to alleviate any guilt for using the dishwasher more. 

When shopping for your home, look for brands that are committed to saving water and water conservation, like Cascade. Find more information at cascade.takeahalfloadoff.ca/en.

Thinking of saving your hard-earned money and valuable time when you are looking for your dream home? Look no further. Leave your message here.

Tuesday, 12 January 2021

How to remodel your kitchen habits for less waste?

 

Remodel your kitchen habits for less waste

Thinking of buying, selling, or investing in real estate?

(NC) Although kitchen renovations can be very worthwhile, sometimes it’s the little things that can make a big difference. For example, consider some more eco-friendly habits.

The kitchen has more potential for waste and inefficiency than other areas in the home, but there are easy ways to be less wasteful without a major overhaul, all while helping to take a load off the planet. Here’s how:

Rethink storage for food and leftovers.

Swap single-use food wrapping for reusable elasticized bowl covers, beeswax wraps, and non-plastic zipper-top storage bags. Use recyclable mason jars or glass containers with airtight sealing lids. These all come in pretty designs and colors to suit all tastes.

Invest in reusable baking essentials.

With home baking here to stay, trade in the disposable parchment paper and cupcake and muffin liners for eco-friendly silicone baking mats, pans, and baking cups. The icing on the cake – pop them in the dishwasher for easy cleanup.

Prevent food waste with a meal plan.

Plan meals ahead with more mindful grocery shopping and do more home cooking. Learn how to use commonly discarded – yet still usable – parts of food, such as vegetable scraps for soup stock; think broccoli cores and kale stems. Get into composting what you can’t use to keep it from landfills. Buy yourself a stylish compost tin for the counter to collect organic waste and discard appropriately.

Use the dishwasher more.

Contrary to popular belief, running the dishwasher half full wastes less water and energy compared to handwashing those same dishes. An Energy Star-certified dishwasher uses 15 liters of water every cycle while a running faucet uses the same amount every two minutes. Consider Cascade Platinum ActionPacs, which save water by not requiring pre-washing.

Wednesday, 18 November 2020

How to Enjoy a Debt-Free Holiday

How to Enjoy a Debt-Free Holiday

Nov 18, 2020|Source: Mortgage Architects

The holidays are coming up! As much as these celebrations bring us joy and harmony, they can also bring us stress. This is particularly true when it comes to your finances! However, don’t lose hope that this will be another draining year on your pocketbook. In fact, with a little planning, there are a few ways you can make sure your holidays are stress and credit-free.

Manage Your Expectations

Did you find the holidays refreshing last year, or were they somewhat draining and you’re still trying to figure out how to pay off your credit card bills? If you are someone that wants your holidays to be energizing and provide that feeling of togetherness, there is more to it than just spending money. Once you decide your expectations, it becomes easier to work towards things that create that result.

Determine Your Holiday Goals

Are you looking to plan an extravagant black-tie party or have a more low-key celebration? Maybe you just want to hang out with lots of family and friends and enjoy some good food? Or maybe you usually get away and are finding yourself homebound this year. No matter how you normally spend your holidays, sharing your thoughts with family will help determine your goals and come to a decision that works for everyone!

Create a Budget

Once you have decided your expectations and goals for the holiday, it is time to create your budget. A little planning can go a long way to creating a credit-free holiday, and will help you spread out the costs. The first step is to create a list of everything you need, from individual gifts to decorations to baking ingredients and meal items to clothing!

Start Now

Early planning can make all the difference when it comes to the holidays. Instead of lumping your entire budget into a couple paychecks, try keeping an eye out for gift ideas and cute decor all year long. While it may be too late this year, it could be a good strategy to try for 2021! Starting early will help reduce stress and give you more opportunities to scoop up incredible deals throughout the year, which means you can spread your budget even farther!

Accept Help

While I know many of us try to do everything during the holidays so our families can just enjoy themselves, it is important to remember that the holidays are a time when we are supposed to support each other, and celebrate together! If you are hosting a dinner this year, don’t be afraid to ask your family to bring appetizers or drinks. If you are buying gifts for friends, set a limit or challenge everyone to make something by hand! Homemade gifts can often feel more special and it creates a fun exchange for you and your friends. There are many incredible ways to reduce stress and help get others involved so that the holiday is perfect for everyone.

It is easy to get caught up in the consumerism and expectations of the holidays. Is dinner perfect? Did you buy enough gifts? Did you invite everyone? Is everyone happy? But don’t forget yourself in your efforts to please others.

Even though the holidays can feel hectic, it is important to celebrate YOU and be grateful for what you have - even if you weren’t able to check off all the boxes. Life happens, but the most important thing is that we celebrate when we can.

The holiday is YOURS, so make sure you spend it whichever way brings you the most joy - and the least amount of stress on your pocketbook.


Thursday, 22 October 2020

Top 3 home renovation scams – and how to avoid them

 

                       
           Thinking of Real Estate?
Top 3 home renovation scams – and how to avoid them

(NC) Home makeovers and repairs are on the rise, as we try to make our spaces more livable and functional. But even if you prefer to DIY most projects, some inevitably require the help of a professional. Finding a reliable contractor is where you can run into trouble, as there are many contractor scams in the industry.  

“While on the ground supporting our customers, some have told us that they have been approached by contractors going door-to-door to offer repair services with deals that seem too good to be true,” explains Bryant Vernon, Chief Claims Officer at Aviva Canada. “It’s important for everyone to protect themselves against contractors who may be taking advantage of homeowners especially after a severe weather event.” 

Here are some of the most common scams to beware of, and some tips on what you can do about them: 

The storm chaser. 

These nomad roofers go across the country chasing hailstorms and other natural disasters. They are quick to show up on your doorstep after a severe weather event. Familiar with how insurance companies work, these contractors charge a hefty amount using inferior quality products and promise to help you close your file quickly with the insurance company. But they are nowhere to be found should you find yourself with a leaky roof a few years later. 

The unbelievably low bid.

This roofing contractor will offer a bid that is far lower than any other construction companies in the areaBut once the job starts, unexpected costs and unforeseen problems may suddenly appear. Some contractors may even resort to removing the old roof or threaten to leave the roof bare if additional payments aren’t made. 

The door-to-door free roof inspection. 

Similar to the storm chaser, this door-to-door salesperson will come knocking offering a free roof inspection. They will go up on your roof and possibly fabricate damage to mimic storm damage or show you a photo with roof damage from a different home and claim it came from your roof. 

What you can do 

Always do your research and get a couple of quotes from reputable companies to compare before deciding on the one to hire. Be cautious of those asking for upfront deposits and make sure the payment structure is clear from the beginning. Ask about all the steps of the project, completion times, and liability insurance. While not required by law, a company that does not have liability insurance means any damage to property resulting from the renovation may not be covered by them. 

Find more information at aviva.ca/en/tools/approved-vendor-and-contractors-program.  

Sunday, 18 October 2020

Top home renovations to invest in this fall

 

                                                               Thinking of buying or selling?


Top home renovations to invest in this fall

(NC) Today, many families are focused on improving their homes instead of spending money on vacations and entertainment outside. With autumn as your last major chance to renovate before the winter, here are some of the best projects to tackle now for maximum enjoyment of your space.

Upgrade your kitchen
The kitchen is the heart of your home, and where you’ll be spending lots of time cooking for the holidays and entertaining your small social circle. So, give it a facelift to make sure it’s a bright and welcoming environment. A great DIY project is painting the cabinets in a bold or warm shade and updating the hardware in a metallic neutral. You can also invest in sleek, energy-efficient appliances for a clean, modern aesthetic and get fresh seasonal linens for your tablescape.   

Finish your basement
A finished basement extends your living space and has an excellent return on investment. It’s also the perfect place to turn into a spacious dedicated home office, so you can finally stop working on your dining table or couch and boost your productivity and comfort. But whether you want to turn your basement into that, a rec room or in-law suite, the first step is installing a high-performance subfloor. The best option for this is Dricore subfloor panels, which are designed with air gap technology to help protect against mould and moisture and keep floors dry, comfortable and cozy all year. It’s an easy DIY project, as the panels are easy to install and a room only takes half a day to do.

Elevate your exteriors
Not only does the exterior of your home make the first impression, it can also extend your living space – which is crucial when we’re working, living and playing at home. Make the most of it with areas you can spend time in even when the temperature drops. For example, you can create a sitting area to relax in or host smaller outdoor get-togethers for your social bubble by screening in your porch or installing an awning over your backyard patio. Laying down Dricore panels can work here too, as they will make cold surface feel warmer, softer and cozier for your feet. Complete the space with a heating lamp and you’ll be able to enjoy your exteriors almost all year-round.

Thursday, 3 September 2020

Real Estate market Update of August 2020

 

Source: Toronto Real Estate Board
Date: September 3,2020

Toronto Regional Real Estate Board (TRREB) President Lisa Patel announced that the strong rebound in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) home sales continued with a record result for the month of August. GTA REALTORS® reported 10,775 residential sales through TRREB’s MLS® System in August 2020 – up by 40.3 percent compared to August 2019.

Sales were up on a year-over-year basis for all major home types, both in the City of Toronto and surrounding GTA regions. It should be noted that the low-rise market segments, including detached and semi-detached houses and townhouses, were the drivers of sales growth. Condominium apartment sales were up on an annual basis for the second straight month but to a lesser degree.

“Increased demand for ownership housing has been based on improving economic conditions, in terms of monthly GDP growth and job creation, and the continuation of very low borrowing costs. In addition, fewer households have chosen to go on vacation as a result of COVID-19 and instead have remained in the GTA and been active in the housing market, satisfying pent-up demand from the spring,” said Ms. Patel.

Both the number of new listings entered into TRREB’s MLS® System during the month and the number of active listings at the end of August 2020 was up on a year-over-year basis. While new listings were up strongly for all home types, growth in new condominium apartment listings far outstripped growth in the other market segments.

“Generally speaking, market conditions remained very tight in the GTA resale market in August. Competition between buyers was especially strong for low-rise home types, leading to robust annual rates of price growth. However, with growth in condominium apartment listings well-outstripping condo sales growth, condo market conditions were comparatively more balanced, which was reflected in a slower pace of price growth in that segment,” said Jason Mercer, TRREB’s Chief Market Analyst.

Thinking of buying, selling, or investing in real estate?

The MLS® Home Price Index Composite Benchmark was up by 11.1 percent in August 2020 compared to August 2019. Over the same period, the overall average selling price was up by 20.1 percent to $951,404. Annual detached and semi-detached sales growth was stronger in the comparatively more-expensive City of Toronto compared to the surrounding GTA regions, which helps explain why growth in the overall average selling price outstripped growth in the MLS® HPI Composite Benchmark.


If you are curious about the regional real market update, feel free to reach us at 647-760-7061 or leave a  message here. Contact us!

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Saturday, 11 July 2020

Yes, even resale homes can come with a warranty

(NC) Are you looking to buy – or have you just bought – a resale house or condominium unit that is less than seven years old?

If so, there’s a very good chance you still have some warranty coverage. That’s because the standard warranty on new homes in Ontario stays with every home even after it’s sold by the original owner.

Knowing how much coverage you have and how the warranty works will come in handy if you notice any issues. Read on for answers to the most commonly asked questions by buyers of resale homes that are still under warranty.

How do I find out if my home still has a warranty?

With the online Ontario Builder Directory, it’s easy to figure out if your home is enrolled in the province’s warranty program. Enter the address on the Tarion website, the private corporation set up by the Ontario government to administer the new home warranty program. It only takes a few moments to determine if your home is covered and how much warranty is left.

How do I transfer the warranty to my name?

If you want to take advantage of remaining warranty coverage, provide the home warranty administrator with a copy of your purchase agreement. As soon as your name is on file as the current owner, you’re good to go. You can even register online to submit claims and access your home’s warranty history.

What does the warranty cover?

Ontario’s new home warranty is broken down into one-, two- and seven-year coverages. The one-year warranty is a comprehensive warranty that covers general defects in work and materials. The two-year warranty covers the following: defects in your home’s plumbing; electrical and heating systems; water penetration through the foundation or other parts of your home; defects related to exterior cladding; and, Ontario Building Code violations that affect health and safety. Finally, the seven-year warranty provides coverage against major structural defects.

Whether you have one, two, or more years left in your coverage, make the most of it. Find more information at tarion.com.

Saturday, 28 September 2019

Around the house – fall clean-up tips

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Around the house – fall clean-up tips

(NC) As the cooler weather hits and the garden growing season ends, getting your home organized inside and out is a must. Here are some easy fall clean-up tips:
  • For the yard, trim back overgrown and dead limbs in your hedges to protect them for the winter. Don’t forget to trim your trees, especially those close to the house, garage or shed.
  • Clear old plants and weeds from your garden bed or pots to make it easier for spring planting and keep insects at bay. If not using winterized pots, bring them indoors.
  • Clear leaves from the lawn, aerate and consider a fall fertilizing.
  • Decks and garden furniture will need a good cleaning and, if appropriate, staining. Don’t forget to properly store cushions and outdoor tablecloths so that they can be used again next season. Garden tools also need a good cleaning or wipe down before storing for the winter.
  • Moving inside, plan and prepare before you start. Make sure you have reusable boxes and bags on hand and create some storage space indoors or out. If outside, make sure the space is sheltered.
  • Organize room by room. When swapping out seasonal clothes in your closet, take some time to make sure you still need or use each item. If not, recycle or donate it.
  • Keep in mind that you can donate unwanted clothing, textiles and small household items, such as small garden tools, instead of throwing them out. Charitable organizations like Diabetes Canada are always looking for donations. You can donate your wares at one of their donation bins or schedule a home pickup at declutter.diabetes.ca.

Monday, 3 June 2019

How to avoid Moiture Damage to your home?


Avoiding Moisture Damage
Today's energy-efficient homes are built tightly to seal out the cold weather in winter and keep in the air conditioning in summer. Because of this, it is possible that a new home can be severely damaged by lack of ventilation or by excess moisture.
It is important to remember that moisture damage caused by improper or inadequate use of your ventilation system, is not covered by the new home warranty.

What causes moisture damage?

Your home can be damaged if weather-related water is allowed to enter and remain in the structure. Water from leaking pipes or fixtures that is not immediately cleaned up, and indoor humidity levels that are not properly controlled, can have serious consequences. Sometimes this damage is easily seen, at other times the damage is hidden inside wall and roof spaces. Regardless of where it occurs, moisture damage can lead to serious problems, such as rot, mould, and even structural failure.​

How can I control moisture?

Always use your home ventilation system to control moisture. In a typical home, over 20 litres of water are added to the indoor environment every day. That’s 7,300 litres in a year, enough to fill a medium-sized swimming pool. Bathroom fans, kitchen range hoods and packaged ventilators such as heat-recovery ventilators are specifically installed in your home to help you control moisture and contaminants. Regular use of your home ventilation system will exhaust excess airborne moisture caused by bathing, showering, doing laundry and cooking.​

What else can I do to control moisture?

Here are some extra tips you can follow to help prevent moisture damage to your home.

Outside the Home

  1. Keep flowerbeds or landscaping at least six inches or 150 mm away from the top of the foundation. Placing soil near or above the top of the foundation allows moisture to come into direct contact with the structure of the building.
  2. Ensure that land adjacent to the foundation slopes away from the home so that rainwater and snow melt will run away from the foundation.
  3. Clear eavestroughs of debris regularly and extend downspouts so that water is directed away from the building. Water flow can erode the ground near the foundation and create depressions where water collects. Standing water near the foundation can force its way into the basement.
  4. Fix the caulking around windows and doors and on the roof if it becomes cracked or separated.
  5. Have your roof inspected regularly to ensure shingles, flashing and chimney caps are in place and sealed properly.

Inside the Home

  1. In the winter, keep the relative humidity in your home in the range of 30-45%. Lower humidity levels may affect your health and cause things made of wood to shrink. Excess humidity can cause condensation on windows and damage the surrounding wall. When using a humidifier, follow the manufacturer’s instructions.
  2. In the summer, dehumidify the basement to avoid condensation buildup on the cool foundation walls. Relative humidity levels should not exceed 60%.
  3. Repair leaky pipes and fixtures immediately. Clean and completely dry any areas that are dampened or wet within 48 hours.
  4. Store organic materials such as newspapers and clothes away from cool, damp areas. Keep storage areas tidy so that air circulates freely.
  5. Purchase a “hygrometer” to monitor the relative humidity in your home.
  6. If you are adding a hot tub to your home, or have a large collection of plants, consider the amount of moisture they will add to your indoor air and ventilate accordingly.
  7. Never vent your clothes dryer inside your home. If you have a gas- or propane-fired dryer you may also be venting carbon monoxide inside your home!
  8. Investigate and identify any musty smells and odours. They are often an indicator that there is a hidden moisture problem.​
 Source: Courtesy Of Tarion

Tuesday, 28 May 2019

What makes Reunion Crossing such a great investment with such strong ROI potential?


Something GREAT is happening along St. Clair street.

The tired and old is replaced with NEW, Modern and Functional.

5 years from now this entire area will be unrecognizable!

Will you be one of the early ones to see and profit from the Vision and Change or will you wait until prices are sky-high?


Register for your unit now!


What makes Reunion Crossing such a great investment with such strong ROI potential?
An outstandingly low $815 average PSF - making it one of the last sub-$1,000 PSF areas near the Downtown core
A massive 17% neighborhood price appreciation (compared to the rest of Toronto at 10%)
No shortage of renters with a streetcar right outside the front door, new transportation options, and being one of BlogTO's most desirable neighborhoods.
8.09% annual growth for condo rentals over the past five years indicates continued strong ROI and growth
💲Future Price Appreciation will be Significant.💲

Call: 647-760-7061 to get details.
This excellent west Toronto location also offers easy access to many of the GTA's top destinations.

Steps to Streetcar


Reunite with great local shopping


Reunite with A+ Transit & Highways!


Reunite with Nature!

Call: 647-760-7061 to get details.

Steps to The Streetcar ðŸš‹
The St. Clair Streetcar is one of the easiest ways to get across the city from Reunion Crossing. A ride east provides connections to St. Clair West Subway Station, and continues all the way to Avenue Road. It's perfect for heading to work, or just going out on the town!
GO Train & UP Express ðŸš†ðŸš‰
Just south of Reunion Crossing, Bloor Station offers residents access to GO Transit and the Union Pearson Express. Both are excellent options for getting into the city and getting out to discover the world. Travel to Union Station in as little as 11 minutes, or head to Pearson International Airport in about 20 minutes. Two amazing options to get literally anywhere you want to go! There are also plans to open a future SmartTrack GO station even closer to home right at the southeast corner of St. Clair West and Old Weston, which will make it even easier to travel across the region!
Hop on the Hwy. ðŸ›£
Travel north from Reunion Crossing for an easy connection to Hwys. 401 and 400 just up Black Creek Drive. This is some of the most convenient highway access in the city, providing effortless connections to many of the GTA's top destinations.
Bike with Ease ðŸš²
Head south down Old Weston Road and you'll soon find access to some of the best biking infrastructure in the city. Options here include traveling along the West Toronto Railpath from Osler St. just south of St. Clair all the way south to Dundas Street. Heading east? Take the Davenport Bike Lane right into The Annex, with easy connections to additional bike lanes throughout the downtown core.
Call: 647-760-7061 to get details.

A unique and exciting investment opportunity nestled in Downtown Hamilton! PRICING STARTING FROM THE LOW $300s!

  A unique and exciting investment opportunity nestled in  Downtown Hamilton!     Steps from Hamilton's vibrant downtown core. Here at B...