August 7th, 2013

Your First Look

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MSA and Stanton Renaissance hosted a public meeting at Whitehern Museum on Wednesday, August 6, 2014 to reveal and gain feedback on our most recent renderings for The Connolly Condominium, formerly known as James Street Baptist Church. MSA is leading the design of this $80 million, 30-storey, mixed-use condominium project in the heart of Hamilton, Ontario.

Named after Joseph Connolly (1840-1904), the architect who designed the church, the project integrates the former James Street Baptist Church through the preservation and adaptation of the east tower.

The Connolly development is proposing a thoughtful mixed-use community which integrates a heritage building, retail, amenity, and dwelling units in Hamilton’s Downtown to encourage a community of live, work, and play. The long term sustainability of the project is considered through several environmental initiatives which apply both active and passive strategies to the site as well as the conservation of the heritage building with 20,000 SF of stone façade and 1,217 SF of stained glass.

Stay tuned for updates as we work with the Community and City of Hamilton. For more information, please contact:

Drew Hauser, Principal
McCallum Sather Architects Inc.