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Hamilton, ON Storefront Retail and Residentials for Sale and for Lease

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Storefront Retail and Residential listings around Hamilton

Toronto

12 listings

Flesherton

2 listings

Cambridge

2 listings

Erin

1 listing

Halton Hills

1 listing

Harcourt

1 listing

Milton

1 listing

Owen Sound

1 listing

Parry Sound

1 listing

Port Perry

1 listing

Quinte West

1 listing

Hamilton Listing Types

Retail

5 listings

Multifamily

4 listings

Mixed Use

4 listings

Office

3 listings

Industrial

2 listings

Hospitality

1 listing

Land

1 listing

About Hamilton

Hamilton has a mid-size landmass of 1,138 km². It is a city located in the Ontario province and has a population of 579,200. The city was formed from the amalgamation of many small towns in 2001. 

Hamilton’s population has little to no effect on its population density, the environment has the right amount of space for everyone. The city has a huge presence of industries. About 60% of the steel used in Canada is produced in Hamilton. 

The city has relied on its steel and manufacturing industry over the years. This industry faced a drop in recent times and this has given a chance for the rise of health and information technology services in the city. Currently, the health sector employs the biggest percentage of Hamilton’s workforce with 15%. 

Living in Hamilton is relatively affordable. The average family spends about $55,000 every year. The median income for each family sits at $78,177. 

Hamilton’s commercial real estate industry has experienced steady growth since a significant low point in 2017. In 2020, the city attracted a total investment volume of $1.2 billion spread across 202 transactions.