PLAYING TO WIN.
Never Done Before. Unmatched Lifestyle is about to Arrive. The Forever Gold Standard
- Located in the heart of Hamilton's transportation hub
- 97 Walk Score
2. TRANSPORTATION HUB
- 85 Transit Score
- 5 min from Future Hamilton LRT
-11 min from Hamilton GO
- 40 min drive to Downtown Toronto
- Close to HWY 403
- In proximity to Brock University, Sheridan College, Mohawk College and Mc Master University!
- Nearby parks such as Cline Park, Valley Park and Eramosa Karst Conservation Area
- 125+ waterfalls and trails in Hamilton
- City’s Best Dining, Shopping, and Entertainment options
The Mark of Exceptional Design
EMBLEM Developments is one of the fastest growing real estate development companies in Canada with a focus on developing high-rise residential buildings. EMBLEM Developments’ current development portfolio consists of over 4,300 residences representing $3.3 billion of development value.
They obsess about design from the inside to the outside on every project. Their sophisticated spaces are based on simple, timeless designs — the key ingredient of a home and a successful investment.
An Exciting Future for the Waterfront
The sweeping water views and relaxing green spaces of Hamilton’s West Harbour will reach all their potential with a $140 million redevelopment project.
With parks, bike paths, boardwalks, and people- centred spaces, the Harbour will be transformed into a vibrant, pedestrian-friendly community. Residents and visitors will have access to the water’s edge and plenty of space for a variety of activities, from picnicking to roller and ice skating to strolling along the trails.
This new lifestyle waterfront will also be home to a vibrant commercial village and a public piazza at the foot of James Street North, a flourishing boulevard full of galleries, stores, and restaurants.
McMaster University is ranked in the world's Top 75 by the Times Higher Education (THE) World University Rankings.
With a total student population of more than 33,000, McMaster welcomes students from 120 countries as well as Canada. The percentage of undergraduates registering with an admission average of 90 per cent and above has risen from 13.5 per cent in 2000 to 44.7 per cent in 2018.