Miami, New York, and London are defined by Landmarks. The time is now for the next Landmark to be born. The Design District will forever change not only Hamilton but Toronto as well. EMBLEM is unveiling their latest commitment to exceeding expectations. A new modern condominium community rises in downtown Hamilton, capturing the energy and creativity of a city on the rise.
Designed by world-renowned interior design studio, The Design District features designs of the highest standard seen in world-class brands.
Located in the perfect transit hub, The Design District is only minutes away from the GO train, LRT line, and Hamilton airport. Connectivity at its finest.
Furnishings by Louis Vuitton.
The Design District layers on distinguished Louis Vuitton furnishings to create designer amenity spaces never done before.
Now is the time.
Hamilton is renowned for having a diverse economic base, innovative institutions, vibrant downtown, attractive waterfront, thriving local arts scene, and strong sense of community. The city is in the midst of remarkable transformation, with aggressive investment and growth heralding a bright future for Canada’s next hub of arts, creativity, culture and technology.
Top 5 in Tech Talent
Projected New Residents for Hamilton
Projected Hamilton Employment Growth
Future Condominium Market Units Proposed
+$4B Invested into New Infrastructure.
$140 Million Redevelopment Project
West Harbour is transforming into a vibrant, mixed-use, transit supportive and pedestrian-friendly community that will be an active destination on Hamilton’s waterfront, as well as new affordable housing, offices and retail space.
$400 Million Bell Investment
The largest investment the city has seen in its digital infrastructure will connect residents closer to each other, pull Hamilton closer to its heritage, while propelling it into the future.
$3.4 Billion Investment in the New Hamilton LRT
Projected to be complete by 2027, the new Hamilton Light Rail Transit will only fuel the tremendous growth the city is witnessing. The 14-km, 17-stop route is planned to extend from McMaster University at its western terminus all the way to Eastgate Square via downtown Hamilton.
$500 Million Entertainment Hub
The City is investing $500 million for a new Entertainment Hub and revitalizing the venues that are part of the Hamilton’s arts & culture and entertainment district (FirstOntario Concert Hall, FirstOntario Centre, Hamilton Convention Centre, Art Gallery of Hamilton)
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