Everyone’s moving to Hamilton!


April 2, 2019

The new ‘It’ place to be in Southern Ontario is Downtown Hamilton, with its trendy bars and restaurants, stylish boutiques, uber cool Art Crawls every month and affordable home prices.

Compared to skyrocketing Toronto prices, the price is right. The average home price in Hamilton is $549,953 compared to $865,033 in Toronto and $803,599 in the GTA.

The opportunity to live in an up-and-coming locale and save money is proving impossible to resist and that’s drawing GTA homebuyers into the city. Singles, couples, empty nesters and others are coming to enjoy life at the centre of #HamOnt’s urban art scene with its vibrant community of local creative talent, bustling with an impressive mix of galleries, bars, eateries and stylish boutiques.

The streets are alive during Hamilton’s now-renowned Art Crawls the second Friday of every month when local artists, buskers, crafters and their displays spill out onto the streets around trendy King William. The grassroots arts event started 13 years ago to showcase the resurgent downtown core, and now draws crowds in the thousands during the summer.

According to the Hamilton Spectator in 2017, one-third of all Hamiltonians commute out of the city for work. The city of Hamilton’s population is forecast to grow from 536,917 in 2016 to 633,000 in 2026. Stats Canada reports that millennials make up 27.58% of the population, above the national average and grew 9.9% between 2011 and 2015, faster than Toronto’s increase of just 5.85%.

Endless discoveries are waiting for you the new, sophisticated Hamilton, from emerging musicians to breakaway artists, mod fashions to interior design, not to mention King William Street’s buzzing food scene.

Experience everything Hamilton has to offer and embrace the pace of a West Coast atmosphere at CoMo, a coastal modern inspired mid-rise condominium refreshing the shoreline of Lake Ontario in Stoney Creek this Spring. Never fear about missing out with lakeside living that keeps you just steps away from the new Confederation GO Station and QEW access for easy access to the GTHA – because #NoFoMoCoMo is the CoMo M.O.

Register online at CoMoCondos.com today to stay in the know about all things CoMo.