Last month we shared a video preview focusing on the exterior details of Adi Development Group's Nautique Lakefront Residences, a 26-storey condominium tower coming to Burlington's waterfront. Now, new renderings provide further insight into the final design of this new waterfront community.

Nautique Lakefront Residences, Adi Developments, RAW Design, BurlingtonRendering of Nautique Lakefront Residences, image courtesy of Adi Development Group

The new images emphasize the tower's finishes. While earlier depictions of the tower showed transparent balcony glazing, while the new renderings indicate a frosted look, likely with fritted glazing. This choice would help in making the balconies appear more distinct from the main volume, while also minimizing the likelihood of bird strikes and providing more privacy for residents sitting behind them, all while still maintaining the view for them.

In addition to highlighting the tower's design, the new images build upon previously released renderings with the inclusion of neighbouring structures, providing an illustration of the surrounding context.

Nautique's location at Lakeshore Road and Martha Street puts the structure immediately west of the five-storey Martha's Landing retirement community, while to the north, a New Urbanist-style mixed-use development can be found. To the west there are lower-density building, while the lake at the waterside parks are close by to the south.

Nautique Lakefront Residences, Adi Developments, RAW Design, BurlingtonRendering of Nautique Lakefront Residences, image courtesy of Adi Development Group

Further west of the Nautique site, a mix of building heights and uses characterizes Burlington's increasingly lively and walkable Downtown area. Nautique's generous retail contributions at street level will add to the revitalization along this stretch of Lakeshore Road.

Additional information and renderings of other amenity spaces within the development can be found in our dataBase file for Nautique, 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.