Hamilton Ontario Industrial Parks
There are several major areas for industry in the Hamilton area:
Airport Business Park
The Airport Business Park is at the southern edge of the City of Hamilton, above the Escarpment. Therea are about 777 acres located on the west side of Highway No. 6, east of the Hamilton International Airport.
Ancaster Business Park
The Ancaster Business Park is located between Shaver and Trinity Church Roads north and south of Wilson Street and there are 660 gross site acres of employment land within the Ancaster Business Park.
Flamborough Business Park
The Flamborough Business Park is located above the Escarpment at the intersection of Highways. 5 and 6 in the former Town of Flamborough. This "Clappisons Corners" location includes 626 acres of land, which is divided into 4 quadrants by the intersection of Highway Nos. 5 and 6. The Business Park abuts the west end of the Waterdown Urban Area.
Hamilton Mountain Business Park
The Mountain Business Park, located directly north of the North Glanbrook Business Park, has 1013 gross acres of employment land.
Hamilton Port Authority
The Hamilton Port Authority (HPA) operates the leading Great Lakes port and develops commercial facilities and industrial parks which integrate transportation links with marine transportation solutions
North Glanbrook Industrial Business Park
This 680 acre park, zoned industrial, lies in the urban area of the city at the junction of the Lincoln Alexander Parkway and the soon to be completed (spring 2007) Red Hill Valley Parkway. The business park's location will be five minutes from the Queen Elizabeth Way (QEW) and 7 minutes from Highway 403 in Ancaster.
Stoney Creek Business Park
The Stoney Creek Business Park located between Grays Road and Fifty Road, south of the Queen Elizabeth Way, north of Barton Street, has 1,856 gross acres of employment land,
West Hamilton - McMaster Innovation Park (MIP)
McMaster University has a research and innovation park designed to foster collaboration with industry and government. The 38-acre business park, will house over a million square feet of facilities geared to the advancement of materials manufacturing and the biosciences. The park is funded by $15 million from local and provincial governments plus the federal government's relocation of the CANMET Materials Technology Laboratory to the park,
Mississaugas of the New Credit First Nation (Hagersville)
The 60-acre park is located on Highway No. 6 at Hagersville, Ontario, providing access to the US border crossing at Buffalo, approximately one hour away. Detroit and Port Huron are also readily accessible via Highways 402, 403 and Highway 401, which provides a rapid link to highways serving the rest of Canada.
The first phase (1997) of the development included a 20,000 square foot commercial plaza on the south edge of the park. Rail service is available in nearby Hagersville, where loading and unloading facilities are available. Full interline service, to Canadian and American main lines, is provided by the Railink Southern Ontario Railroad. And, should your business require direct access to a rail line, a service track could be accommodated, at the site adjacent to the main line to service one or more lots in the park.
Each of these areas offers different buildings with varying availability and pricing. Contact your realtor or advisor for details.
You can also contact Sylvia Renshaw
Business Development Consultant
Economic Development Division, Planning & Economic Development Department
City of Hamilton, 1 James Street South, 8th Floor, Hamilton, ON L8P 4R5
T: 905-546-2424 ext 4114
E: [email protected]