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Old Posted Sep 16, 2016, 4:52 AM
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[Stoney Creek] The Jackson | ?m | 8 fl | Under Construction


2750 King St. E. Public Notice by Joe, on Flickr


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- 44 surface parking spaces
- Development by DeSantis Developments Ltd.
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I forgot to put the height in the thread title, it's 8 floors.
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I forgot to put the height in the thread title, it's 8 floors.
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This property has sat for years with a for sale sign. Good to see.
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Hoping for some solid intensification around old Stoney Creek.
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It's about time. That lot has been vacant for ages. I can't even recall what was there when I was a kid... maybe a couple of old houses? Jackson's fruit market stand was on the other side of the street (with Grandview, the Nash-Jackson family house at the corner of Nash Rd. before it was moved to Battlefield Park)

Small quibble -- this property is actually still within the pre-amalgamation Hamilton city boundary (Ward 5) not Stoney Creek.
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[Stoney Creek] 2750 King Street East | ?m | 8 fl | Proposed ---> [Stoney Creek] The Jackson | ?m | 8 fl | Proposed
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Small quibble -- this property is actually still within the pre-amalgamation Hamilton city boundary (Ward 5) not Stoney Creek.
I was going to say the same thing. Definitely old city of Hamilton.
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Drove by this the other day....great site for this building. One small tidbit though for the thread title....this is in Hamilton.
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- 116 units
- 126 underground parking spaces
- 44 surface parking spaces

Wow that's a pretty high ratio of parking spots to units. I get that it is not downtown, but that is still pretty high.
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They started digging at the end of July.




Pictures taken by me.

I have a personal interest in this as my mother bought a unit here.

And as mentioned earlier, this is in Hamilton - not Stoney Creek. It's close to the border, but is still Hamilton.

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Anyone got construction updates on this? My partner and I will be moving in, can't wait! I live downtown so until the weather gets nicer and the covid situation improves I can't get around to getting photos myself.
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I took a few pictures last weekend. It's coming along, although Covid-19 has slowed them down a bit... but not too much I'm hearing.

https://i.imgur.com/dLtIQFr.jpg (Image is large, so I won't embed)
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Also took a video. I was walking mostly when taking it - excuse the jumpiness/bluriness.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NHkfhDpCmck
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Also took a video. I was walking mostly when taking it - excuse the jumpiness/bluriness.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NHkfhDpCmck
Thanks for the photo & especially the video!
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YES about time! Our move in date was supposed to be spring 2021 we've now been told early 2022 which sucks but I'm happy to finally see a crane up!!!
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YES about time! Our move in date was supposed to be spring 2021 we've now been told early 2022 which sucks but I'm happy to finally see a crane up!!!
Is that new date for everyone, or just depending on what floor you're on?

If it's based on the floor, what floor is the unit you bought on?
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