Sotheby's International Realty Canada has announced the opening of its new office in Hamilton, Ontario, officially bringing luxury real estate to the vibrant city.
The new Southern Ontario location continues to expand the luxury real estate brand throughout not just Ontario, but the country at large. Recently, the brand celebrated the opening of its Halifax, Nova Scotia office, and before that, another official launch was announced in Paris, Ontario.
The Hamilton office is located at 2 Young Street in Corktown, a downtown neighbourhood home to the Hamilton GO Centre and numerous bustling bars and restaurants. The address boasts timeless Victorian architecture, embodying prestige while matching the neighbourhood's surrounding historical (and beautiful) buildings.
The Hamilton office is led by Ken Mazurek, Managing Broker, whose professional background includes teaching, mentoring, and coaching. Mazurek specializes in agent and client education in the realms of buying and selling within a fast-paced market, and he draws from years of experience working in central Toronto.
Stefani Konidis, Managing Broker, also brings her expertise to the new office. Previously Vice President and Division Manager of Johnston and Daniel, and in a leadership role at Royal LePage Canada's corporately-owned brokerage, Konidis has been in the industry since 2000 and is armed with experience with marketing, selling, managing, and providing continuous agent support.
Hamilton, a pivotal part of the GTHA, is known for blending urban modernity with a rich history and culture, plus plenty of natural beauty. In fact, the Corktown neighbourhood borders the Niagara escarpment, a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve home to the oldest forest ecosystem -- and trees -- in eastern North America.
The city is home to museums, art galleries, and locally-owned shopping and dining destinations; residents are never left wanting for something to do, with much to explore right outside their front doors.
When travel to further pastures is desired, Toronto is accessible by car or GO transit in just over an hour, and five of Canada's major border crossings to the US can be reached in less than one hour, making day trips in any direction a viable option.
This article was produced in partnership with STOREYS Custom Studio.