Population: 65, 120
Due to the city’s amalgamation with the City of Hamilton, they have a larger resource to cooperative when assessing redevelopment assessments.
Extensive residential, commercial and industrial development due to its location, modes of transportation, and its connection to the City of Hamilton.
The Stoney Creek Business Park is ideally situated on the QEW. There are a total of 1,856 gross acres of employment land within the park.
About the Market
The City of Stoney Creek was amalgamated into the City of Hamilton in 2002, which formed a new city (along with Ancaster, Dundas, Flamborough & Glanbrook) under a single administration. The city is easily accessible by multiple modes of transportation, including the QEW, 403 and 407 highways and the Hamilton Munro International Airport. The agricultural sector of Stoney Creek has diversified and expanded over the last few years. The city, which has always been known for its fruit growing, has become part of the Niagara wine region, representing the outer fringe.