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605 James St. N

2,200 square feet of prestige office space in the heart of Hamilton’s developing waterfront district. Heritage Art-Deco building. Walk to James St. GO Station, waterfront, restaurants. Ample parking. Contact: Maureen Eaton 905.525.4330 ext. 250

601 Burlington St., Unit P

High visibility retail / office location on busy Burlington St. Office/retail and storage space. Washroom, kitchenette. Ample parking. (no truck door) Contact: Maureen Eaton 905.525.4330 ext. 250

500 Sherman Ave.

Beautiful heritage office space in excellent condition. Freshly painted, new carpet, bright natural light. 5,700 square feet on 2nd floor (accessible by stairs). 3 enclosed offices, wood-panelled boardroom, open workspace, secondary meeting room, kitchenette, washrooms, server room. Secure Port location with ample parking. Contact: Maureen Eaton 905.525.4330 ext. 250

Shed 11 – Pier 15

55,000 sq.ft Warehouse Space suitable for non-bulk storage (supersacks, breakbulk or project cargo)

Contact: Maureen Eaton 905.525.4330 ext. 250

Plant 19 – Eastport Dr.

‘Plant 19’ is a LEED-certified building with handling, storage and manufacturing capabilities for steel coils or other heavy goods. Featuring three 45-ton cranes, this space offers 80,000sq.ft of manufacturing space, and 6 acres of outdoor storage.

With a high-visibility location on the Port’s Pier 25, Plant 19 is directly connected to the QEW along Eastport Drive, with exceptional road, rail and marine accessibility.

Contact: Kim Sedore 905.525.4330 ext. 220
ksedore@hamiltonport.ca

1632 Burlington St. E.

Warehouse and office space ideal for manufacturing and logistics uses.

  • Crane capacity up to 180 tons
  • Multi-storey ceiling heights
  • Rail access to be activated
  • Close to highway

Contact: Kim Sedore | 905.525.4330 ext. 220 | ksedore@hamiltonport.ca

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