The Pigott Building
36 James Street South, Hamilton
- Built in 1928
- 110 units (18 floors)
- Downtown Hamilton
Built in 1928 by the Pigott Construction Company, 36 James Street South was originally an office building and was Hamilton's first skyscraper! In 1996, the 18-storey historical landmark was developed into condominiums by Canlight Realty , creating 110 residential units. This Art Deco/Gothic Revival style building was designed by Hamilton architects Bernard and Fred Prack and is designated under the Ontario Heritage Act..
The Pigott Building offers a good range of one and two storey floor plans ranging from one to three bedrooms. The building offers an innovative blend of modern finishes and elegant décor. Residents can enjoy the fitness room, hot tub, party room and billiards.
Located in the heart of downtown Hamilton, 36 James Street South is within walking distance to everything the core has to offer - the new downtown GO Station, the art district on James Street North, First Ontario Centre, the new McMaster University facilities, St. Joe's hospital and much more. Convenient access to the 403.
Floorplan Options(600 - 2,000 sq ft)
1 Bedroom, 1 Bedroom Plus Den, 2 Bedroom, 3 Bedroom
Party Room, Gym or Fitness Room, Billiards, Whirlpool or Hot Tub
Maintenance($510 - $1,700 per month)
Common Element Maintenance and Insurance, Water
Pricing: $290,000 to $640,000Search Hamilton Condos For Sale or Rent
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