After holding a successful grand opening celebration earlier this summer, The Connolly by Stanton Renaissance is now already 70 per cent sold.

Located at 98 James Street South in Hamilton’s downtown core, The Connolly will integrate the historic James Street Baptist Church into a brand new mixed-use community with condominiums, retail, and commercial space. Built between 1878 and 1882, the church’s stone facade will be preserved and form part of the podium of the 30-storey glass tower. Stained-glass windows, doors and columns will also be repurposed and preserved.

The mixed-use project is a prime example of Stanton’s “Visionization” philosophy which aims to transform communities by rethinking, rebuilding and preserving areas that have deteriorated through the years.


When completed in 2018, the development will consist of 259 residential units, excellent lifestyle amenities, and commercial space including a public galleria located in the restored portion of the church.

The suites offer modern living spaces with open-concept floorplans, nine foot ceilings, and pre-finished laminate floors. Gourmet kitchens are fitted with contemporary cabinets, your choice of Caesarstone or quartz countertops and modern tile backsplashes. A stainless steel appliance package with fridge, dishwasher, wall range, cooktop and microwave is also included. Each unit also incorporates an outdoor living element with terraces or balconies as per plan.

Residents will benefit from onsite amenities including a well-equipped fitness room, outdoor patio with barbecue area, executive concierge, and a spacious multipurpose room complete with a full kitchen. Its prime location also means residents will be steps away from the Hamilton Convention Centre, Hamilton Place, and both the Hamilton and James Street North GO Stations.

With the development now 70 per cent sold, now is your chance to be a part of downtown Hamilton’s hottest condominium. Register now, or contact St. Jean Realty for an appointment.

For more information call 289 239 8866 or email

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