The Beasley neighbourhoods lie in the Lower City of Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. This area is bounded in the north by Hamilton Harbour, on the west by James Street, on the south by Main Street, and on the east by Wentworth Avenue – extending as far east as Sherman Avenue for the area north of the CNR Railway tracks. Neighbourhoods included in this area are Beasley, Landsdale, North End East, and Keith

The Beasley area is known for its hip shops and cafes, Victorian-era homes, and convenient access to transit, and has been undergoing a transformation in recent years, including the newly rejuvenated waterfront area at pier 8 and business improvement investments along James Street North and Barton Street. While this area is presently still quite affordable, it’s newfound popularity with commuters from Toronto has prices rising. Housing includes detached and semi- detached homes and condos

The Beasley area hosts a wide variety of attractions and amenities, including:

  • Benetto Elementary School
  • Seventy-Seven Night Club
  • Hamilton General Hospital
  • St Lawrence Catholic Elementary school
  • St Brigid Catholic Elementary school
  • Dr. J. Edgar Davey Elementary School
  • International Village shopping district
  • Royal Connaught Hotel/ Holiday Inn
  • The Underground Music Venue
  • Hamilton Waterfront Trail
  • The Baltimore House music venue
  • Beasley Park Community Centre
  • North Central Community Park
  • Birch Avenue Dog Park
  • Pier 8 Outdoor skating rink
  • Hamilton Downtown Mosque
  • St. Patrick School
  • HMCS Haida
  • Beasley Park
  • Gore Park
  • Eastwood Park
  • McLaren Park
  • Eastwood Arena
  • Theatre Aquarius
  • Century Street Park
  • Wellington Park
  • Many Historical buildings
  • Jack C. Beemer Park
  • The Hamilton Courthouse
  • Ramada Plaza Hotel
  • Ferguson Station

Corktown offers community living with close and convenient access to many of Hamilton’s bustling city attractions and amenities. This versatile area offers a variety of real estate options, including high rises, condominiums, classic Victorian rowhouses, and detached homes. Contact one of our experienced Real Estate agents today to list your home, or to assist you in finding the perfect new home to suit your needs. The Corktown /Stinson area includes the following Streets:

  • James Street North
  • John Street North
  • Mary Street
  • Hughson Street North
  • Catharine Street North
  • Ferguson Avenue North
  • Wellington Street North
  • Elgin Street
  • Wood Street East
  • Picton Street East
  • Ferry Street East
  • Simcoe Street East
  • Strachan Street East
  • Murray Street East
  • Cannon Street East
  • Wilson Street
  • King Street East
  • Kelly Street
  • Jarvis Street
  • Rebecca Street
  • Robert Street
  • Macaulay Street East
  • Brock Street

Nearby neighbourhoods include St.Clair, Strathcona, Central, Stinson, Corktown, and Gibson.