Comment 34002

By H Mag (anonymous) | Posted September 21, 2009 at 18:26:22


- - - -> J. Beume Real Estate Limited, 106 and 127 Burton Street, 27 units;

"New homes to spring up on brownfield site

City grant made conversion of Burton Street factory site viable

By Nicole Macintyre
The Hamilton Spectator (Ontario)
January 18, 2006

A contaminated brownfield in north Hamilton, once home to drug addicts,
old chemicals and a flea market, is about to be transformed into new homes.

Developer Jack Beume tore down an abandoned factory on Burton Street,
near Victoria Avenue and Barton Street.

Beume plans to start construction in the spring on 21 townhouses.

The project is being supported by a $470,000 grant from the city's ERASE
program, which helps with environmental cleanup and improvements."

is also behind

"The 51,334 square foot Mountain Bowl building, on the north side of Stone Church Road East and Arbour Road, is being revamped to include a smaller bowling operation of about 28,000 square feet and three retail stores or office space of about 7,200 square feet each. A restaurant and a bank with a drive-thru teller are planned for the front of the 4.5 acre site in the next year or two."

amongst the other dozen or so properties he owns around Hamilton.

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