THE NEW HAMILTON. SAME SPIRIT. NEW VISION.
Be a part of the transformation as Hamilton becomes one of the best places to live in Canada. The downtown core pulses with life around the clock. It’s where you’ll find many live music venues, late-night eateries, top attractions and places where people go to shop and hang out.
Heritage, charm and relentless innovation are all around you, from the restoration of historic buildings, to the $140 million development of the waterfront and the $500 million investment in a new Entertainment Hub. 1 Jarvis is at the heart of this mix of cherished tradition and bold modernism, immersed in more parks, more bike paths and more people-centred spaces.
COME HOME TO HAMILTON.
1 Jarvis epitomizes the broader transformation that Hamilton is undergoing. The 15-storey condominium takes inspiration from its city’s past with a brick podium and propels it into the future with a sleek, urban expression—creating Hamilton’s most innovative, design-forward building yet. Envisioned by Studio JCI, the community will be home to remarkable amenities, including a fitness centre and co-working lounge, and it is to also feature a retail space at its base. Each suite will have an expansive balcony from which residents can take in remarkable views of their neighbourhood.
Located in the city’s core, 1 Jarvis is at the heart of Hamilton’s transformation. State-of-the-art infrastructure, sprawling green spaces, and the finest attractions, shopping and dining experiences are just steps away.
VISIT HAMILTON AGAIN FOR THE FIRST TIME.
The city’s landscape is rapidly changing with a $140 million waterfront redevelopment that will transform West Harbour into a vibrant, pedestrian-friendly community; and a new Entertainment hub, only a fifteen-minute walk from 1 Jarvis, has been approved to revitalize the arts and culture scene. You can be part of the renaissance as Hamilton becomes one of the best places to live in Canada.
EASY CONNECTIONS, INTRICATE CONNECTIVITY.
Easy connections are right around the corner from 1 Jarvis. Highway 403 and QEW lead you to Toronto and the rest of the GTA, while the Lincoln M. Alexander and Red Hill Valley Parkways offer easy travels within the city.
There are also GO Stations all within a short walk from home, such as West Harbour and Hamilton Station. The HSR bus stop is only a two-minute walk away and Sobi bikes can be found nestled in pockets around the community.