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Homes by DeSantis creating a unique midrise condo along Lake Ontario shoreline in Stoney Creek

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Homes by DeSantis creating a unique midrise condo along Lake Ontario shoreline in Stoney Creek

Homes By DeSantis invites you to turn the page on the next chapter of your adventure with a space that suits your style at CoMo. What is CoMo? It’s a unique midrise condominium with west coast design and aesthetics creating a coastal modern vibe along the shoreline of Lake Ontario in Stoney Creek this spring.

Rising at Fruitland Road and Lakeview Drive, CoMo is at the centre of a picturesque lakeside community of unique shops and scenic escapes. And with nearby QEW and GO transit access, you’ll never miss a beat with quick trips to everything Hamilton has to offer. There’s no fear of missing out on life when you live at CoMo because #NoFoMoCoMo is the CoMo M.O. – just in case you didn’t know.

CoMo will offer 140 Smart Suite’s from one-, one plus den, to two-bedrooms, featuring a distinct flavour of inspired architecture crafted by KNYMH with interiors designed by Tomas Pearce Interior Designers. This “dream team” was responsible for the nearby AquaBlu and AquaZul condominiums, multi award-winners that have been honoured by local, provincial and national home building associations.

“We firmly believe that condo living is about the experience beyond the four walls of your residence. Incorporating art, enhancing the natural environment through thoughtful landscaping and carefully planned exterior elevations have become our trademark. Extending the living spaces into the public spaces, allowing our homeowners to feel truly at home in every corner of CoMo,” says DeSantis President Gabriel DeSantis.

The area surrounding CoMo offers vibrant vistas, including parks, trails, conservation areas and stunning waterfalls to both explore and keep your Insta followers envious. The eight-km Hamilton Beach Trail starts just outside your door at CoMo and joins the 7.5-km Hamilton Waterfront Trail, offering a paved six-metre-wide biking, rollerblading and walking trail along the lake all the way to Hamilton and Burlington and opening to even larger waterfront paths.

Living just minutes from Hamilton means that escaping the sprawl won’t make you late for bi-weekly art crawls in the thriving #HamOnt arts and entertainment scene. Define your style at the many one-of-a-kind boutiques, spoil your inner foodie with famous Hamilton eats, and catch live shows and weekly events with incredible local talent and visiting performers. Urban explorers will find quick access to a #shoplocal culture that has everyone in the know heading to The Hammer. “A lot of attention has been paid to what’s going on in Hamilton,” says DeSantis. “With downtown restoration projects, waterfront trail investments and an enhanced GO transit infrastructure, the future or our city is incredibly bright; owning in this city on the rise is a smart investment.”

The CoMo M.O. encourages residents to enjoy endless new discoveries with instant access to the GTHA and Niagara region via the QEW and new Confederation GO Station coming this year. CoMo also ensures that residents can fully recharge, relaxing with friends and neighbours at the Social Lounge and taking in spectacular views from the Coast Patio rooftop terrace. And whether your doggo is a fresh faced pupper or a loyal woofer, CoMo offers the means to pamper your best friend with a Puppy Wash and a specially designed Bark Park.

The casual west coast atmosphere of the area is captured in the stone and wood accents of the exterior elevation and accentuated further in the architectural and interior design of CoMo. The unique Smart Suite Design puts the focus on subtle tones and sleek, streamlined spaces to make the most of your new home, while open concept floorplans and wide expanses of glass offer greater views alongside the picturesque shoreline.

Embrace the coastal modern spirit and start your adventure by registering online today at comocondos.com and learn just how easy it is to say #NoFoMoCoMo.


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NEIGHBOURHOOD WATCH: Hamilton

NEIGHBOURHOOD WATCH: Hamilton

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NEIGHBOURHOOD WATCH: Hamilton

by Gale Beeby

Housing Options

Hamilton is no stranger to historic housing or large estates, but also has a large selection of housing at any price, including an influx of new condominiums. Click here to see a full list of new homes/condos for sale.

Leisure Pursuits

The award-winning Royal Botanical Gardens is a 2,422-acre nature sanctuary considered the plant biodiversity hotspot of Canada. It is also a part of the Niagara Escarpment World Biosphere Reserve. The Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum houses over 40 historical aircraft and an extensive aviation gift shop and gallery.

Also located in Hamilton is the Canadian Football Hall of Fame, the Hamilton Military Museum, the Museum of Steam and Technology, and the Whitehern Historic House and Gardens. Dundurn Castle is an 18,000-square-foot neoclassical mansion that was completed in 1835 by architect Robert Charles Wetherell.

Hamilton is also home to the Tiger-Cats of the Canadian Football League and the Bulldogs of the Ontario Hockey League; their main rivals are the Toronto Marlies.

Parks & Rec

If you are an active hiker, this is the area for you. The Bruce Trail, Canada’s oldest and longest marked footpath and a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve, runs 890 kilometres along the Escarpment from Tobermory in the north to Niagara in the south. The section of the trail from Milton to Grimsby runs along the ancient shoreline of Lake Iroquois.

The Hamilton Conservation Authority operates several parks, including Westfield Heritage Village, Dundas Valley (home to the Hermitage Ruins), Fifty Point on Lake Ontario, Spencer Gorge/ Webster’s Falls, Christie Lake, Confederation Park, Eramosa Karst (filled with underground caves and streams) and Valens Lake campground.

Retail Therapy

Hamilton has a lively downtown with a large selection of boutiques, restaurants, cafés and salons. Jackson Square is Hamilton’s largest downtown shopping mall, which is also connected to FirstOntario Centre (formerly Copps Coliseum). The City Centre Mall and Lime Ridge Mall, Hamilton’s largest shopping destination with over 200 shops and services, round out the large shopping districts. And, of course, big box outlets are handily located.

Easy Access

Transit is a viable option in Hamilton. The HSR (Hamilton Street Railway) runs throughout the city and connects with Burlington. Its name is a legacy of the days when most of public transit vehicles were streetcars. The area is served well by highways, including the QEW and Highways 403, 6, 8 and 20, the Lincoln M. Alexander Parkway and the Red Hill Valley Parkway, making commutes into the Niagara Region or the GTA simple. GO Transit also goes in and out of Hamilton daily.

BY THE NUMBERS

Population: 537,000

Known as: The Waterfall Capital of the World

WALK SCORES

Westdale Hamilton: 90

West Hamilton: 88

Dundas: 83

Hamilton Mountain: 82

Ancaster: 75

Upper Wentworth: 73

Stoney Creek Downtown: 75

Hamilton.ca


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