Television City units enter the market

Television City units enter the market

Television City units enter the market

A massive residential complex in Hamilton will be opening its units for sale on November 4, 2017, its developer announced.

The $360-million Television City project, which was the brainchild of Lamb Development Corp. in partnership with Movengo Developments, is the first phase of the company’s investment in Hamilton, with several more projects worth over $1 billion scheduled further down the line.

Two connected 40-storey and 30-storey towers will house approximately 618 units. Upon completion, Television City will offer 474,080 sq. ft. for residential units and 11,344 sq. ft. for retail space.

The complex is designed with a wide variety of luxury amenities, including an outdoor infinity pool, fitness centre, and skyclub, along with a co-op tech workspace, a children’s play centre, a private dog walk, and a pet-washing station.

Units ranging from studios to penthouses start at $220,000. Move-ins are slated for 2021.

“As a developer, my main interest lies in building communities. Hamilton is a vibrant, evolving city, made even greater by its people,” Lamb Development Corp. CEO Brad Lamb said in a news release.

“From homeowners to councillors to entrepreneurs, we have had the opportunity to sit down with Hamilton citizens who are excited to see the city’s potential come to life. We are happy to be a part of this stage in its history.”

Interested parties can learn more about the project through the developer’s online portal.

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