The Village at St. Elizabeth Mills brings exciting resort living to Hamilton. At its centre, a delightful village with invigorating four season indoor and outdoor recreational activities, retail and entertainment amenities will offer residents an unsurpassed lifestyle. Register now for updates and the first opportunity to buy a suite and preserve your equity through our popular market value Life Lease program.
Ontario’s first resort lifestyle community is coming to St. Elizabeth Village. The transformation of the 114-acre site into a themed lifestyle complex with a town square, restaurants and shops at the corner of Garth Street and Rymal Road West has been in the planning stages over the past two years. The entertainment design company behind destinations around the world and theme parks such as Universal Studios Florida and Canada’s Wonderland is bringing its flair for entertainment to an $800-million reimagining of St. Elizabeth Village.
The idea to bring on an entertainment designer to revamp the gated community and give it a small-town atmosphere came to St. Elizabeth Village president Tony DiFruscio after South Mountain Inc. took over the property in 2014. After working with residents to see how they could upgrade the village while preserving its “feel,” he said his mind turned to Disney’s Board Walk, a quarter-mile district of shopping, dining and nightlife in Florida.
FORREC was a natural fit for the project because of the company’s work on The Villages in central Florida, three themed retirement communities inspired by small-town U.S.A. With built projects in over 20 countries, they have mastered the art of making memorable experiences by building big ideas. FORREC brings 30 years of experience in theming, urban, architectural and interior design to the redevelopment of the Village.
The impressive Master Plan on Hamilton Mountain enhances the natural beauty of the ponds, the lush mature landscaping and wide open spaces. The plan brings new life to the Village where one can dine alfresco, take in theatre, shop, enjoy live music, take a stroll along the boardwalk, enjoy the morning sun and evening sunset.
Life Lease housing developments have been established in Ontario and Canada for over 40 years and has become the preferred choice for the rapidly expanding retirement population. There are currently over 140 Life Lease communities in Ontario, representing nearly 10,000 units. Life Lease housing has proven to be a creative option for providing housing, programs and support services, plus an opportunity for investment today for tomorrow.
Upper Mill Pond, the first new residence at The Village, is a mid-rise 5.5 storey building featuring 157 one and two bedroom suites ranging in size from 733 sq. ft. to 1,328 sq. ft. Designed to provide residents with the ultimate in convenience, the suites at Upper Mill Pond reflect contemporary features and finishes, stylish and sensible layouts and a significant number of lifestyle amenities.
St. Elizabeth Retirement Residence, located within St. Elizabeth Village, offers affordable independent and assisted living. With beautiful views of the natural landscape, our spacious private and shared rooms are bright, comfortable and secure. Nova Care’s master plan for the Village includes upgrading of the retirement Residence.
The Retirement Residence provides delicious, home-cooked meals. A variety of entertaining activities promotes health, wellness and active lifestyles for residents. With our convenient location on Hamilton Mountain, St. Elizabeth Retirement Residence is close to medical services, shopping, restaurants and entertainment. In addition to the city bus service, residents may also use the Village Bus which offers accessible transportation within the Village and throughout the Hamilton area. We welcome you to visit us for more information and a tour.
The Village at St. Elizabeth Mills is a community within a community. Located on Hamilton’s beautiful Niagara Escarpment, the pastoral setting offers four-season beauty as well as convenient access to all of the many nearby amenities in Hamilton.