Metrolinx is considering a bus rapid transit (BRT) corridor between Toronto and Waterdown. The Crown agency is working to finalize an initial business case for rapid bus transit along a 40-kilometre stretch of Dundas Street, according to information update to councillors from Brian Hollingworth, Hamilton's director of transportation planning and parking. The corridor [...]
If there was any question about how valuable a location Waterdown truly is, the Phase 1 launch of Trend Living by New Horizon Development Group may have just provided the answer. The condo community that had been quietly building buzz for the last two years was finally released last month, and its grand opening saw more than 95 per cent of the entire offering of 508 suites sold in fewer than 20 total hours of sales.
Things are trending up in Waterdown. The condo boom continues to spill over into more corners of Southwestern Ontario as buyers across the region seek out affordable communities within the scorching hot GTA West market. Enter Trend Living.
City crews work to cut down a 40-foot blue spruce from the front yard of Phil Homerski's home at 4 Cedar St., in Waterdown on Nov. 12. The tree was donated to the city to be the Christmas tree at Hamilton City Hall. - Phil Homerski photo 40-foot blue spruce donated by Waterdown's Homerski [...]
Waterdown residents are desperate to see two bypasses completed that will ease traffic congestion. Both of Hamilton's major mayoral candidates say they're working on it. Hamilton's mayoral incumbent has promised millions in new investment in Waterdown if he's reelected in October — just two days after talk that Waterdown should be part of Burlington. [...]
The Greater Golden Horseshoe is one of the hottest housing markets in Ontario, if not all of Canada. But limited supply, rising prices and other issues are posing some challenging questions for homebuyers. For answers, we enlisted the help of Jeff Paikin, President, at New Horizon Development Group. NextHome: For New Horizon, 2017 was a year [...]