Welcome to 33 Bowen. The building is a true "Hamilton monument" as the original structure was constructed by James Bradley in 1844 on lands purchased from none other than George Hamilton. The building has an eclectic history. Just think, at one time, where you sit, someone may have shoed a horse. Someone may have slept there, built a casket, fixed a car, sampled old school ginger ale, or enjoyed a pint, a steak or a Billy Miner Pie. It certainly has had an interesting past and is the only remaining building on the street that has a Bowen St address. We are pleased to bring it back to life, and maintain 33 Bowen's proud spot in the history of the city of Hamilton.
33 Bowen St
Hamilton, ON L8N 3Y6