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Television City Condos

Television City Condos

163 Jackson St W
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Occupancy : TBA

Television City is a $360 million dollar project that will house approximately 618 units in total once complete. Occupying 44,000 sq.ft. of land, the development will consist of two separate high-rise towers connected by a skywalk. Located at 163 Jackson St. West, the proposed development calls for a 40 storey and 30 storey tower. The buildings will feature approximately 485,424 sq.ft. of usable space, with 474,080 sq.ft. dedicated to residential units and 11,344 sq.ft. of retail space. The historic mansion currently on-site is a heritage building built in 1850 that will be repurposed and preserved as part of Television City. Owners and residents will be able to enjoy hotel-like amenities featuring an outdoor infinity pool, fitness center and skyclub. Additionally, a co-op tech centre will allow professionals and creatives to use a workspace environment that fosters collaboration and fulfills their work-at-home digital needs. A children’s play centre, private dog walk and pet-washing station will appeal to growing families.



85 Walk Score 84 Transit Score 86 Bike Score



With more businesses and residents calling Hamilton their home every year, Metrolinx is working to expand GO Transit service to fit the needs of a burgeoning city Metrolinx is also building the new Confederation GO Station in Stoney Creek, which will enable two-way train service from Toronto through Hamilton and on to Niagara Falls. Through the GO Expansion program the Hamilton residents will receive more service with a blend of train and bus services to Hamilton Centre GO, West Harbour and the future Confederation GO Station.

Hamilton LRT

  • $3.4 billion fully-funded project
  • 14km line through the heart of the city
  • 17 stops, 600-800m apart
  • Integrated with Go Transit, HSR & bike share
  • Projected to be completed by 2027


McMaster University has over 27,000 undergraduate and over 4,000 postgraduate students. Alumni and former students reside across Canada and in 139 countries. As of March 2019, McMaster can only accommodate 3,685 students. As the search for the rental units near the campus is getting more active, Television City will be in high demand! McMaster University ranks as one of Canada’s top 3 most research-intensive universities, ranked 83rd of the top 500 universities in the world by performance and is one of only four Canadian universities consistently ranked in the world’s top 100.

Mohawk College educates and serves 30,000 full-time, parttime and apprenticeship students at three campuses in Hamilton, Ontario. Recognized as a leader in health and technology education, Mohawk is also one of the largest trainers of apprentices in Ontario.

Brock University in St. Catharine’s offers Canada’s 5th largest co-op program, and the third largest in Ontario. Graduates enjoy one of the highest employment rates of all Ontario universities at 97.2 percent. Its campus is home to 2,500 students in seven separate residences.

Why Hamilton?

The emerging culture, hospitality, medical and technology scene, along with the recent surge in locally based investment combine to create a vibrant city for buyers and residents of Television City.

  • Hess Village
  • Tim Hortons Field
  • Art Gallery of Hamilton
  • Glendale Golf Club
  • Waterfalls Guide
  • Royal Botanical Garden Lands
  • Royal Yacht Club, Beach & Parks

Built by the best: Lamb Development Corp.

Long considered Toronto’s top condominium broker, Brad J. Lamb is also one of the city’s most prominent developers. He is a driving force behind Canada’s burgeoning real estate market. As CEO of Brad J. Lamb Realty Inc. and Lamb Development Corp., Brad has 30+ years of widespread industry experience. He is responsible for the marketing and sales campaigns of over 130 condominium projects across six major Canadian cities. Additionally, Brad’s team of sales experts have helped many thousands of consumers in the buying and selling of property. To date, Brad J. Lamb has been involved in the sale of over 30,000 properties for more than $8.5 billion. Since 2002, Lamb Development Corp. has completed nineteen developments, some 3,400 suites for over $1.3 billion. Currently, Lamb Development Corp. typically has four projects under construction or 1,000 suites at any particular time. Lamb Development Corp. is in development on a further 20 projects in Toronto and surrounding areas. Lamb Development Corp. has become one of the country’s busiest development companies, with each project pioneering up-and-coming locations and delivering a stylish, urban solution to each property. Completed projects in Toronto are some of the hippest, most contemporary buildings in the city. They include gläs, Parc, Worklofts, Flatiron Lofts, The King East, Theatre Park, King Charlotte, The Brant Park and The Harlowe. By collaborating with two of Toronto’s best modernist architectural firms, Core Architects and architects Alliance (aA), Lamb Development Corp. is providing architectural statements that will stand the test of time. Brad J. Lamb has long associated all of his developments, and those of his clients, with the most current and relevant interior designers available.

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