Situated atop a plateau, halfway up the Niagara escarpment in Hamilton, The Vista Condos on Charlton is introducing a unique urban lifestyle next to nature.

Developed by the Van Kleef Group, the project consists of three buildings designed by Hamilton-based Lintack Architects Inc. accessed by a long, private promenade with scenic views. Exteriors boast contemporary designs with glass balconies, stone facades, and professionally landscaped grounds highlighted by exterior LED lighting.


Surrounded by lush wooded areas, The Vista Condos offers a calm, natural setting just minutes from downtown. Whether it’s hiking the 32 kilometre escarpment rail trail, climbing one of five escarpment stairs, or exploring the vibrant street life of downtown Hamilton, residents of the community have several options for entertainment and leisure. And with bright and spacious units with balconies or solariums, they’ll be able to take in the scenery from the comfort of their own homes.


Priced from the mid $200,000s, suites range in size from 537 square feet to 1,322 square feet and feature high quality finishes including laminate floors, quartz countertops, glass mosaic backsplashes and ceramic tile floors in bathrooms. A fully integrated stainless steel appliance package with microwave, dishwasher, range and oven is also included.

Residents will also benefit from a long list of amenities including a SoBi bike share service, Hamilton Community CarShare, exercise room, party room with kitchen and fireplace, and beautifully designed lobbies with water features and lounge seating.


Connecting the three towers is a 130-foot private terrace overlooking the rail trail with expansive views of the city. Equipped with barbecues, fireplaces, and plenty of seating, this impressive amenity space is sure to provide the perfect spot for entertaining friends and family.

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