Bay Street (Hamilton, Ontario)

Bay Street (Hamilton, Ontario)

Bay Street (Hamilton, Ontario)

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Bay Street is a Lower City arterial road in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. It starts at Inglewood Drive, just South of Aberdeen Avenue, as a collector road with only two lanes, then eventually becomes a six lane thoroughfare at its peak. Bay Street also passes through Downtown Hamilton, where many high-rise buildings are found. Bay Street is a one-way street from Aberdeen Avenue to Cannon Street West. Bay Street continues as an arterial route to Strachan Street, where it is downgraded to a neighbourhood collector and eventually ends at a curb at Pier 4 Park at Burlington Street in the city's North End.

History

Bay Street, derives its name from its proximity to Hamilton Harbour, which was once Burlington Bay. In 1919, a federal Order-In-Council changed the name of Burlington Bay to Hamilton Harbour.

The Bay Street Urban Renewal was completed in 2006. This project was made possible through investments by the Governments of Canada, Government of Ontario and the City of Hamilton.

Jackson Square, is a mall and is part of Hamilton's "Super Block", which includes the Hamilton Public Library, Stelco Tower, Copps Coliseum, Sheraton Hamilton, the Hamilton Farmer's Market, the Standard Life Building and the former Eaton's Centre now known as the Hamilton City Centre. It is also known as an "indoor core connector" to the Convention Centre (Ellen Fairclough Building), Art Gallery of Hamilton and......
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