From The Connolly:
“When designing a development project, we take a holistic approach looking at the social, environmental and economic benefits that are brought to a community.” Louie Santaguida
The oldest church in Hamilton (circa 1882) has been conserved and preserved by Stanton Renaissance for complete refurbishment as a 30-storey mixed used space to include retail, commercial, and residences. Working closely with the City of Hamilton, the team at Stanton Renaissance is designing the project to preserve the building’s heritage and its unique architectural qualities in a manner that is economically viable and that encourages the safety of workers, the community and future inhabitants. Stanton Renaissance will ensure that the project meets its stringent environmental protocols – using its revolutionary Geothermal and Cogeneration technologies to provide heating and cooling that provides optimal low cost utilities with a minimal impact on the environment. The project will extend Hamilton’s present downtown and will provide a safe and exciting neighbourhood that is certain to add enormous value to the community.
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