List of Tallest Buildings in Hamilton

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List Of Tallest Buildings In Hamilton, Ontario - Current Developments
... Current projects for Hamilton, Ontario ... Building Status Height Floors Completion Notes Carmen's Hotel/Condominium Planning 44 Royal Connaught Hotel Planning 28 Queen Street Condominiums Approved 38.3 m (126 ft) 1375 ... Upper James and 16 -48 ... Under Construction 50 m (160 ft) 2013 ... Hamilton Grand Proposed 50 m (160 ft) 2012 ... City Square Parkside Condominium Under Construction 9-12 17 ... Ewen Road Approved 36 m (118 ft) 2013. ...

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