1107 Main Condos, is a new mixed-use condominium project by IN8 Developments & Westdale Properties coming soon to Hamilton’s Westdale neighbourhood.
1107 Main Condos features a highly sought-after address where future residents will find themselves within walking distance from McMaster University, McMaster Children’s Hospital, and a stop along the upcoming Hamilton LRT and GO Station.
- Developer: IN8 Developments & Westdale Properties
- Address: 1107 Main St W, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
- Major intersection: Main St West and Dow Avenue
- Pricing: Starting from the $400’s!
- Home Types/Suite Types: 15 Storeys / 300 Suites
- Occupancy: May 2027
- Deposit Structure: $10,000 on Signing // Balance to 5% in 15 Days // 5% in 180 Days // 5% on Feb 1, 2025 // 5% three months before Occupancy
- Incentives: Platinum VIP Pricing and floor Plans, First Access to the Best Availability, Capped Development Levies, Free Assignment
Top Reasons to Invest
- 1107 Main Street West Condos is situated in the up-and-coming residential area of Ainslie Wood East, which presents excellent investment potential. The location benefits from its proximity to Main Street West, a major thoroughfare well-served by the Hamilton Street Railway (HSR), offering multiple bus routes. Additionally, residents will appreciate the convenience of being close to the McMaster University GO station.
- Hamilton’s current population of 569,000 is projected to grow by 236,000 within the next three decades, accompanied by the creation of approximately 122,000 new jobs. The city is home to over 60,000 students, with prominent institutions such as McMaster University, hosting more than 34,000 undergraduate and postgraduate students. Despite this, the on-campus housing can only accommodate around 3,900 beds. Furthermore, Mohawk College adds to the educational environment with its enrollment of over 33,000 students.
- Hamilton’s core is set to witness several planned projects, and the government has invested over $4 billion in new Infrastructure Projects, including the construction of a new LRT and a $500 million downtown entertainment hub.