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Development Projects in OLDE TOWN STONEY CREEK

With the implementation of the Urban Hamilton Official Plan(UHOP), Olde Town Stoney Creek is on the verge of some major changes. With the construction of the Confederation GO Station and the LRT reaching to Eastgate Square, along with the approval of the Old Town Stoney Creek Secondary Plan, the area is about to see some major growth. 

The best way to influence the direction of developments in our communities is to stay informed and involved, and that is one of the ways our Association hopes to influence change.

 

Please send us any feedback you may have and continue to reach out to City Councillors, Project Planners and Project Developers with any questions or concerns you may have.

Please see below for a list of current Developments and Project Proposals throughout Olde Town Stoney Creek. 

URBAN HAMILTON OFFICIAL PLAN: OLD TOWN STONEY CREEK SECONDARY PLAN- Land Use Map

  • URBAN HAMILTON OFFICIAL PLAN (UHOP)
     

  • OLD TOWN STONEY CREEK SECONDARY PLAN​
    (scroll down to section 7.2 for information on Old Town) 
     

  • OLD TOWN STONEY CREEK- LAND USE MAP

CURRENT DEVELOPMENTS IN OLDE TOWN

A) 16 & 18 KING ST W:

Proposed 8-Storey Mixed Residential/ Commercial Condo Development

B) 860 QUEENSTON/ HIGHWAY 8:

Proposed 19-Storey Residential Condominium
DENIED BY COUNCIL- Scheduled for OMB Hearing Starting March 12, 2018

C) 121 & 125 HIGHWAY 8/ QUEENSTON (BOWLERAMA):

Proposed 8-Storey Residential Condominium


D) 928 QUEENSTON RD:

12-Storey Mixed Use Commercial/ Residential Building Proposal

E) 2874, 2880 and 2900 KING ST E & 6 CENTENNIAL PKWY S:

Potential Buyer Announced in Nov 2017- Sale Set to Close Feb 2, 2018


F) STONEY CREEK UNITED CHURCH: 1 KING ST W
Historic Building built in 1903 to be listed FOR SALE

 

G) 13-23 KING ST E:

Downtown Site & Historic Buildings Listed FOR SALE as Redevelopment Site

H) BILLY GREEN HOUSE-RIDGE ROAD: 

Designated under the Ontario Heritage Act- Barns currently being demolished

I) STONEY CREEK SHOPPING PLAZA:

Currently undergoing Redevelopment/ Renovation 
 

(If you know of other Development Proposals or Developments taking place within the Olde Town Stoney Creek boarders, please feel free to notify us)

 

Development Proposal on KING STREET: 16 & 18 King St W

The Development Firm MM Green Development Inc. has applied for zoning changes to build an 8 storey mixed-use building at 16 & 18 King St. W, just west of the King and Lake intersection. This lot is currently a vacant green space and is only zoned for an 11 metre tall (3 storey) commercial building. However, MM Green Inc is applying to change the current zoning to allow for both residential and commercial use, in addition to increasing the height allowance to 8 stories high. 

BUILDING PLAN:

- 62 condominium units

          -15x1 bedroom

          -25x1 bedroom + den

          -22x2 bedroom & 2 bedroom +den

- 222 square metres of commercial retail space on the ground floor 

- 2 storeys of underground parking with 66 parking spaces (*less parking required under new zoning)

- 2.5 metre setback from the curb

-0- 1 metre setback from side property lines

The official City of Hamilton Public Notice of Application for Zoning By-Law Amendment and Public Meeting of the Planning Committee  is posted on the property and Complete Notices of Applications have been mailed to all residents living within 120 metres of the proposed property, but are available upon request or by clicking our link to the document. 

(Please see our links below to both the document and Daniel Barnett's contact info) 

2 Public Meetings have been held in the community, on Sept 26, 2017 & Nov. 21, 2017, to provide details and gather feedback from local residents.

 

Developers are required to hold another meeting at City Hall, however the date of the Public Meeting of the Planning Committee has yet to be posted, but is required to be available at least 17 days prior to the meeting at City Hall and will be posted here when available. 

In order for a resident to retain appeal rights or to oppose the proposal to City Council in the future, they must present written or oral submissions prior to Council making a decision on the application. 

 

So, if you have any concerns or questions about the development application, please contact your Ward Councillor or Doug Conley, City Counsellor for Ward 9, which includes the Olde Town area of Stoney Creek. 

CONTACTS 

DANIEL BARNETT:

City of Hamilton Planning and Economic Development Department

Phone: 905-546-2424 ext. 4445

Email: daniel.barnett@hamilton.ca

KIMBERLEY HARRISON- McMILLEN:

Senior Project Manager: Development Planning, Heritage & Design

Phone: 905-546-2424 ext. 2222

DOUG CONLEY:

City of Hamilton: Ward 9 City Counsellor

Phone: 905-546-2703

Email: doug.conley@hamilton.ca

DOCUMENTS

COMPLETE NOTICE

OF APPLICATIONS

SUN/ SHADOW STUDY

TRAFFIC IMPACT & SHADOW STUDY

Development Proposal OMB Hearing: 860 Queenston/ Highway 8

 

In 2015, Conrad Zurini of New Horizon Development Group submitted plans for a 19-storey residential building on the site at 860 Queenston Road, adjacent to the Battlefield creek.

 

The development proposal, featuring 219 residential units and underground parking, was eventually denied by Hamilton City Council on Feb. 8, 2017. 

The proposal will be reviewed by the Ontario Municipal Board (OMB) during a 10 day hearing commencing March 12, 2018. 

 

For more information contact Ward 9 Councillor Doug Conley or Ward 5 Councillor Doug Conley.

 

 

Development Proposal at Bowlerama: 121 & 125 Highway 8

The former Bowlerama/ Lucky Strike building and the neighbouring house on Queenston/ Highway 8 were 

recently demolished to make way for a proposed 8-storey condominium building. 

The site is currently approved for a 6-storey mixed use building. Developers have applied for a variance to allow for 2 extra stories. 

The proposed building would include:

-140 condominium units

-175 parking spaces 

 (91 spaces on rear ground level)
 (85 spaces underground)

The building would be set 60 metres from the rear of the property, with a ground level parking lot and one level of underground parking located behind the building. 

The building is not proposed to contain commercial space.

FILES:

 

Coming soon

 

CONTACTS:

If you would like more information about this development proposal, please contact the following people. 

City of Hamilton Planning and Economic Development Department
Adam Lucas- Senior Planner

adam.lucas@hamilton.ca
905-546-2424 ext. 7856

City of Hamilton Ward Councillors

Ward 9 Councillor- Doug Conley

doug.conley@hamilton.ca

 

Ward 5 Councillor- Chad Collins

chad.collins@hamilton.ca

Development Planners

A.J. Clarke & Associates

Franz Kloibhoffer- 




 

 

Development Proposal at 928 QUEENSTON RD

Fothergill Planning & Development Inc has applied for a By-Law Amendment on behalf of property owner Marfad Holdings Inc c/o Mario Marazzo, to enable the construction of a 12-storey mixed use building, that would contain 142 residential units.  

CONTACTS:

If you would like more information about this development proposal, please contact the following people.

 

City of Hamilton Planning and Economic Development Department
Adam Lucas- Senior Planner

adam.lucas@hamilton.ca
905-546-2424 ext. 7856

 

City of Hamilton Ward Councillors

Ward 9 Councillor- Doug Conley

doug.conley@hamilton.ca

 

Ward 5 Councillor- Chad Collins

chad.collins@hamilton.ca
 

Potential Buyer: 2874, 2880, 2900 KING & 6 CENTENNIAL PARKWAY

 

In November 2017, the City announced a potential buyer for the parcel of land on the southwest corner of King and Centennial Parkway.

The plans for the land will not be announced until the sale is finalized, which was originally meant to occur in February 2018. However it was announced in early February that the buyer has asked for more time to close the deal, delaying the announcement of plans for the site. 

 

"Ward 9 Coun. Doug Conley, who represents the area, said he doesn’t know what the potential buyer wants to do with the property, but thinks there is a possibility that a condominium unit could be built there."- Hamilton News, Nov. 10, 2017

 

CONTACTS:

If you would like more information about this impending sale, please contact the following people. 

 

City of Hamilton Ward Councillors

Ward 9 Councillor- Doug Conley

doug.conley@hamilton.ca

 

Ward 5 Councillor- Chad Collins

chad.collins@hamilton.ca

Listed For Sale: 13- 23 KING ST E

 

A parcel of prominent historic properties along the commercial corridor of King St E are listed for sale as a prime development opportunity. 

These properties are located in the heart of the historic downtown core of Olde Town Stoney Creek, where property zoning has recently been approved for major changes geared toward commercialization and intensification under the Olde Town Stoney Creek Secondary Plan. 

 

Billy Green House: BARN DEMOLITION AT HISTORIC SITE

 

Stoney Creek Shopping Plaza: UNDERGOING REDEVELOPMENT

 

The Stoney Creek Shopping Plaza, on the southwest corner of Queenston & Grays Road is currently undergoing a huge remodelling and redevelopment. 
 

CONTACTS:

If you would like more information about this development proposal, please contact the following people. 

CBRE Ltd: Realestate Broker-

Commercial Units For Lease
Matthew Pieszchala

416.674.7900

 

City of Hamilton Ward Councillors

Ward 9 Councillor- Doug Conley

doug.conley@hamilton.ca

 

Ward 5 Councillor- Chad Collins

chad.collins@hamilton.ca