A Breathtaking Space

Host an event, fundraiser, exhibition or anything else you can Imagine!

Versatile Filming Locations

Whether your film is set in the 1800's or 2000's, The Cotton Factory has a variety of backdrops to choose from.

Hamilton’s Creative Arts Centre
in the heart of lower Hamilton

In the heart of lower Hamilton, this former industrial building from 1900 is a prime example of adaptive reuse. It has been transformed from a cotton mill into a creative industries complex, with space for workshops, galleries, office space for creative professionals, and studios for artists. Filmmakers, photographers and special events are also drawn to the building by its unique aesthetic and its historic charm.

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270 Sherman Avenue North, Suite 201,
Hamilton ON, L8L 6N4


Phone +1 905 547-8256
Email info@cottonfactory.ca



Get introduced to some of the great tenants we have working out of the Cotton Factory Building

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Weddings, Galas, Fundraisers and pretty much anything you can think of, the Cotton Factory has room for anything you can imagine.

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Are you looking for office space, co-working space or a studio to get creative in? With a number of great options available you will just love working here.

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Studios for Rent

For more information
contact leasing@cottonfactory.ca
or call 905.547.8256

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