Construction is beginning on McMaster University’s 10 Bay Graduate Residence on the southwest corner of King Street West and Bay Street South in downtown Hamilton, adding vibrancy to the community in multiple ways. This is the first residence McMaster is building specifically for graduate students.
A video and article was featured on McMaster Daily News and shared on social media. In the video, McMaster, government and business leaders, as well as our project partners, share the unique design features of the building and how the graduate students who will reside at 10 Bay will bring more energy, life and creativity to the centre of the city. Click here to read the article on McMaster Daily News.
Watch the video below:
The 30-story residence, designed by Diamond Schmitt, will feature a fitness centre, yoga and musical instrument jamming spaces, green roofs with an outdoor running track, BBQ area and lounge spaces, beautiful event spaces with communal kitchens and study or meeting spaces. Graduate students will have a choice of studio, one, and two-bedroom apartments.
McMaster’s 10 Bay Graduate Residence is being constructed and financed through a public-private partnership including the university and Knightstone Capital, a company that specializes in developing academic residences.
McMaster’s 10 Bay Graduate Residence is the latest development in the university’s growing presence in downtown Hamilton.