The Tiffany Square Lifestyle....on the GO!

Tiffany Square is ideally located near many of Hamilton's entertainment and cultural destinations. A short walk down Mulberry Street brings you to James Street North, a focal point of Hamilton's arts and cultural renaissance, and the host of the monthly artcrawls and the annual Supercrawl which happens every September. Along James Street North, you'll find a tremendous variety of dining options, shopping experiences, art galleries, and performance spaces.

Distance to:

James Street North - 0.2 km
Bayfront Park - 0.3 km
Copps Coliseum - 0.75
Pier 4 Park - 0.8 km
Art Gallery of Hamilton - 1 km
Hamilton Place - 1 km
Gore Park - 1 km
Hess Village - 1 km
International Village -1.2 km
Dundurn Castle - 1.3 km
Jackson Square - 1.3 km
Locke Street - 1.8 km
Princess Point/RBG - 2.1 km
Hamilton Rail Trail - 2.2 km

Tiffany Square is located directly across the street from the soon to be built Metrolinx GO Station running along Stuart from Hess Street to James Street North, slated to open in 2015, making it the next great mobility hub for those looking for easy transit and commuting options from the Greater Toronto Area to Niagara Falls also known as the Golden Horseshoe.

Art Gallery of Hamilton

Around Town

Enjoy a serene walk along the waters edge to Princess Point and Cootes Paradise...

The breathtaking views at dusk as the sun sets over the Dundurn Bluff. Take a stroll through the marina and enjoy the patios at Williams Coffee Pub or one of Hamilton's popular new dining destinations, Sarcoa, located in the repurposed Marine Discovery Centre at Pier 6.

The Waterfront Trail is a paved 2km trail along the bay leading to the T.B. McQuesten High Level Bridge and Desjardins Canal providing access to the beautiful Princess Point Recreation Area and Cootes Paradise where you can enjoy hiking, jogging, cycling, rollerblading, and other great outdoor activities.

Located close by are the Hamilton Yacht Club, MacDonald's Marina, and Harbour West Marina, providing opportunities for great boating in Hamilton Harbour, the largest naturally protected bay on Lake Ontario. Embraced and protected from the open water of Lake Ontario makes for excellent canoeing, kayaking, sailing and other water adventures.

The open space at Bayfront Park is ideal for family outings, picnics, and beautiful walks around the paved walkway. Enjoy the many cultural gatherings and festivals held there each year. A great place to view the fireworks on Victoria Day and Canada Day; you'll never tire of having one of Hamilton's most popular destinations just steps from your home.

Also within easy walking distance are local attractions like Copps Coliseum and Hamilton Place where you can take in a Hamilton Bulldogs game or see some of today's biggest musical acts. The Art Gallery of Hamilton exhibits many of the best artists from across Canada and around the world.

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