Project Description




    Estimated Completion: 2028 | Price Starting at: $300,000s

    Introducing Corktown, the newest homes in Hamilton’s downtown core, ideally located at John St S & Charlton Ave E! Consisting of two impressive towers, one standing 27-storeys tall and the other 14-storeys tall, Corktown perfectly embodies the dynamic changes occurring in the city of Hamilton. With a projected investment of over $4.4 billion for city development, including the new LRT, downtown entertainment hub, and waterfront redevelopment, Corktown residents will enjoy convenient access to these exciting amenities. Additionally, residents will find themselves just steps away from a multitude of shops, cafes, and restaurants, as well as being minutes away from esteemed educational institutions like Mohawk College and McMaster University. Commuting is a breeze with the proximity to the Hamilton Centre GO Station, Highway 403, and the QEW, ensuring easy connections to all that this thriving city has to offer! Take advantage of pricing starting from the $300s and make Corktown your new home in Hamilton.


    Population Increase & Economic Outlook

    Hamilton, a city with a bright future! With a population of 569,000 set to increase by 236,000 over the next 30 years, along with 122,000 new jobs, housing demand will soar, leading to healthy returns for early market participants. Hamilton is a thriving tech city, home to Canada’s tech and finance businesses, ranked in the Top 5 for Tech Labour by CBRE.


    Hamilton offers excellent transportation options, including Highway 403, QEW, HSR Bus Transit, GO Transit, and the John C. Munro Hamilton International Airport. Future enhancements, such as the $3.4 billion Hamilton Light Rail Transit (LRT) and expanded GO Transit service, will further improve connectivity.

    Education Focused

    Hamilton is home to prestigious institutions like McMaster University and Mohawk College, attracting over 60,000 students. McMaster University had 17.20% international students in 2021/2022, while Mohawk College welcomes more than 3,000 international students annually. The limited on-campus housing and continuous influx of students create a high demand for off-campus housing, resulting in a large student rental pool in the city.

    Reputable Developer

    Slate, a global investment and asset manager, oversees a substantial $6 billion in assets. With a visionary approach, Slate seeks to redefine the possibilities of properties, markets, and overlooked opportunities that others may not recognize.


    Developer: Slate Asset Management
    Address: 221 John St S, Hamilton
    Nearest Intersection: John St S & Charlton Ave E
    Pricing: Starting From The $300s
    Occupancy: Spring 2028
    Storeys/Suites: Two Towers – 14 & 27 Storeys // 719 Suites
    Suite Types: Studio – Two Bedroom Suites
    Suite Size: 368 sq ft – 1,012 sq ft
    Maintenance Fees: $0.69/sq.ft (excludes Hydro & Water)
    Deposit Structure: $5,000 on Signing // 5% Minus $5,000 in 30 Days // 2.5% in 90 Days // 2.5% in 150 Days // 2.5% in 720 Days // 2.5% in 1,095 Days
    Incentives*: VIP Pricing & Floor Plans, First Access to the Best Availability, Capped Development Levies, Property Management & Leasing Services Available, Free Lawyer Review of Your Purchase Agreement, Free Mortgage Arrangements, Reduced Parking for Suites 620 sq ft & Larger (Now $39,900, Previously $55,000), Reduced Locker for 2 Bed Suites & Larger (Now $6,000, Previously $8,000)
    Suite Finishes: Laminate Flooring, Stone Kitchen Countertops, Stainless Steel Kitchen Appliances, Stacked Washer & Dryer and more
    Building Amenities: Residential Lobby with Lounge, Outdoor Terrace and Lounge Area, Gym and Yoga Studio, Multipurpose Room, Outdoor Pool, Indoor Wellness Area

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