Tait House

TAIT HOUSE : 20 Bold
circa 1880

Home of the Tait family for decades, this Classic Victorian beauty has seen a lifetime of transformation. Many early renovations incorporated artifacts from other grand area dwellings- demolished to make way for Durand high-rises. Originally built as a grand single family home, it has been apartments for many years.

Completely upgraded and restored to it's original glory, Tait house is the Principal residence and design office for GREENESTYLE as well as unique  rental units. The designer 3rd floor suite boasts amazing city views and open concept executive living downtown. Units range in price from $1400 and up.


24 Bold

circa 1890

Stately Victorian home with unique exterior brick detailing and many features. It has been recently restored and houses luxury residential units “Victorian Suites” Exceptional 2-3 bedroom units with all the upgrades as well as classic features.

All units have washer/dryer ensuite, dishwasher,eat over entertaining island kitchen, private outdoor space and security systems.

Restored hardwood floors are original. Each unit is unique; i.e. fireplaces,French doors,antique hardware. Units rent for $1100-1400 plus utilities.


33 Bold

circa 1869

Impressive Victorian, fully upgraded in 2000. Built as a single family home in early days of downtown Hamilton,the original maids’ bells and wire system were found in the basement during restoration.

Used as offices in the past decade, it required substantial improvements. Resembling a stately single family home once again, it now houses arty and original 1 and 2 bedroom units. with high ceilings, restored hardwood floors, lots of exposed brick and on site parking.

Many units have office nooks, fireplaces and designer detail. Coin laundry on the second floor.  site  $1000--$1600.


MacNab Studios

123 MACNAB circa 1860


This massive building was originally a single family home, named “Deeplawn” and once housed Captain John Fargreive who built the first steel boat to sail the Great Lakes. At the turn of the century the building was substantially renovated and opened around 1918 as The Apollo Apartments.

During Greenesestyle ownership this  substainial building received a facelift and many improvements.

 Contact Josh@synergydevelopments.com with rental inquires



Hereford House

circa 1850

One of the original buildings on Bold St. which had a spectacular view of the harbour. Hereford House is completely restored. Much of the original charm, stone and brick are maintained, housing a high function contemporary interior.

The details of this impressive transformation are on record in the city library special collections.

Managed by Greenestyle, it is leased commercially on 3 levels with unique apartments on the top floor. The third floor executive 1 bedroom, plus office Suites are open concept with many features i.e. highceilings, woodfloors/trim, fireplace, washer/dryer/dishwasher, kitchen island and large private sunny deck. $1100 and up

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