With over three quarters of the building now sold out, the Adi Development Group has announced a February Grand Opening for their Nautique Lakefront Residences project in downtown Burlington. Offering 192 units ranging in size from 452 to 1,859 square feet, the 26-storey tower by architects RAW Design has been well received by buyers in the hot Hamilton-Burlington housing market, which just recorded its fifth straight month of record sales. [source

“The fact that the project is already 75 per cent sold out confirms what we already know,” said Tariq Adi, CEO of Adi Development Group. “The demand for a project like Nautique is at an all-time high for downtown Burlington.” 

Nautique Lakefront Residences, Adi Development Group, BurlingtonRendering of Nautique Lakefront Residences, image courtesy of Adi Development Group

Nautique's Grand Opening will take place on Saturday, February 6 at noon sharp in the development's presentation centre at 375 Brant Street in Burlington. A select few got the chance to preview this space back in October, when Nautique held a catered VIP registrant event. Once the presentation centre officially opens its doors in a few weeks, all will be able to check out the project's scale model and Cecconi Simone-appointed 574 square-foot model suite, "The Norte".

Nautique Lakefront Residences, Adi Development Group, BurlingtonModel suite at Nautique's presentation centre, image courtesy of Adi Development Group

The completed development will feature amenity areas also appointed by Cecconi Simone, including a fitness centre and yoga studio, a library, a show kitchen, and a fireplace lounge. A number of outdoor amenities, with landscaping by Adesso Design inc., will also be offered, including a pool and lounge area as well as an observation deck offering panoramic views of the surrounding city and Lake Ontario.

Nautique Lakefront Residences, Adi Development Group, BurlingtonRendering of outdoor amenity area at Nautique, image courtesy of Adi Development Group

Additional information and renderings can be found in our dataBase file for the project, linked below. Want to get involved in the discussion? Check out the associated Forum threads, or leave a comment using the space provided at the bottom of this page.