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New On-Site Witton Lofts Sales Office Now Staged, Hamilton, Ontario

Tuesday, April 5th, 2011

New on-site Witton Lofts sales office is now staged.  Pre-sale is over and the new office has moved to the official building at 50 Murray Street West in Hamilton, Ontario.

Done in a comtemporay style to show it’s true urban target market (25-40), the Witton Lofts are attracting all ages and lifestyles from single men and women, retired couples and even young families.

The building itself is the old Mcilwraith School and was designed by architect William Palmer Witton. He was an architect that had quite an influence on many of Hamilton’s commercial buildings such as the James Street Amouries, the Central Fire Hall on John Street, the Vasco da Gama Club on James North and the Herkimer Apartments at Herkimer and Bay Street.

It has been a privilege to work with developer, Steve Kulakowsky of Core Urban Inc. in staging the second sales office which is actually also the selections center. The standard fixtures and finishes are all upgrades by my standards. For example granite counter tops, satin nickel light fixtures and gorgeous hand scraped/distressed engineered hardwood are all standard finishes for these sought after condos.

There are only a few left so go check out the site or visit the website at http://www.wittonlofts.com

The Witton Lofts

Thursday, November 11th, 2010

I recently had the privilege to stage the new sales office on Locke Street for the upcoming WITTON LOFTS. They are being pre-sold out of this office and they wanted the look to be indicative of the future units. We used a contemporary style, as the developer saw our units staged at the Film Work Lofts this past summer in downtown Hamilton and loved them.

The grand opening for the pre-sale was mid October. They sold 15 units on opening day! And since the grand opening weekend, they have sold 31 of the 36 units!

I believe the project is scheduled to be completed the summer of 2012. The Witton Lofts have a pretty unique history behind the structure and the architect who built it. Check out the proposed development at http://wittonlofts.com/ 

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