Beasley Park Lofts

134 Mary Street, Hamilton, ON

Beasley Park Lofts

Located in the heart of Hamilton’s city centre at 134 Mary St (Mary Street and Cannon Street), Beasley Park Lofts residential and commercial lofts condominiums phase one will be completed in late 2020. Floorplans and pricing coming soon!
Beasley Park Lofts
Beasley Park Lofts
Beasley Park Lofts
Beasley Park Lofts

Background & History

Beasley Park Lofts

The Future of Beasley Park Lofts

We are pleased to report a significant milestone in the remediation process. As you may know, we have been injecting enzymes (special soil-eating bugs actually) into the south half of the site, and have now achieved clearance on one section (of 6), with two more sections very close. Another major development issue at this site has been the status of Hamilton’s new Official Downtown Plan, which amends the height limits, property use and design standards for the entire downtown. After many (many) years of study and revisions, the new Plan was passed by City Council a year ago….. and then it was appealed. This left new development applications in a very awkward position. Technically, the old zoning standards are still the legal guidelines, but the moment the appeals are resolved, the rules change immediately. The problem is, nobody knows when – and if – that will happen. So, what does a developer do; file plans under the old rules or the new rules? And what do the City Planners do; process plans under the old criteria or the new vision? Rumour has it that resolution is now on the horizon. Stay tuned.

The Area

Beasley Park is a neighbourhood in Hamilton, Ontario named after Richard Beasley, (1761–1842), a soldier, political figure, farmer and businessman in Upper Canada. Richard Beasley was one of Hamilton’s first settlers who came to Canada from New York in 1777. Beasley Park was originally developed in 1976. Prior to this, Beasley Park was the site of some of Hamilton’s early industries, including the 200-year-old iron foundry and textile warehouse we are currently redeveloping into Beasley Park Lofts. In 1991, the re-development of the park was deemed a priority for the revitalization of the Beasley neighbourhood. Improvements included the installation of an accessible creative play structure, a decorative fountain, concrete walkway, a community center and a skateboarding area that was rebuilt last year.

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