Hamilton’s The Residences of Royal Connaught recently launched its second phase. A former hotel, Phase 2 of The Royal Connaught will be housed in the building’s historic east wing and is buyers’ last chance to reside in the original building.
“The Residences of Royal Connaught marries heritage with a modern interior, plus all the conveniences of living downtown,” said Ted Valeri, co-developer on the project, in a press release. “Not only are you minutes from two GO stations, but you’re right in the core of the city, surrounded by Hamilton’s thriving arts and culinary culture.”
The project includes the restoration of the original three-storey art deco lobby, featuring chandeliers, columns, original limestone flooring and the mezzanine. The model suite features 10-foot ceilings to bring ample light into the units, as well as contemporary finishes. The building will be updated with modern technology such as LED lighting and energy-efficient plumbing and heating systems.
Phase 2 offers 76 luxury condominium units, ranging in size from 624 to 1,164 square feet, starting from $270,000. Occupancy is expected for fall 2018. With the completion of Phase 2, The Residences of Royal Connaught will house a total of 700 condominium units as well as retail space spanning from King Street along Catherine to Main.