Plans are in motion for a new 26-storey condominium tower at the intersection of Lakeshore Road East and Martha Street in Downtown Burlington. Adi Development Group's Nautique Lakefront Residences will add 170 one and two-bedroom units to Burlington's waterfront, ranging in size from 452 up to 1,859 square feet. The new condo development with architecture by RAW Design recently celebrated a VIP preview launch, and is now gearing up for its public opening.
The event, held this past Saturday, October 24 at the development's 375 Brant Street presentation centre, marked the official unveiling of the new community. A complimentary lunch was held for attendees, catered by local Burlington establishments like Pane Fresco pizza, Molly’s Cakes, and Casteleyn Chocolates. Blue 'Nauqtini' mocktails were also served, a playful nod to the development's name. After sampling some of the offerings, guests were able to check out the project's scale model, as well as a Cecconi Simone-appointed 574 square-foot model suite called "The Norte".
The event was also attended by executives of the Adi Development Group who addressed the event's attendees on the benefits of purchasing a home in Downtown Burlington.
“Until now, Downtown real estate prices have been completely prohibitive to anyone starting out and looking to own their first home in this ultra-exclusive location,” Tariq Adi, CEO of Adi Development Group, told the crowd. “With Nautique, we’re offering residents the best that the city has to offer: a luxury home overlooking the waterfront at an attainable price point.”
“The response and interest we've received so far has been overwhelming,” added Saud Adi, COO of Adi Development Group. “Nautique is a new type of home for Burlington, offering the best of everything in the city, from the amenities to the location and views. We wanted to cater to the design-driven purchaser, bringing something entirely fresh to Burlington's housing market.”
With the VIP preview now in the books, we look forward to Nautique's upcoming public launch. In the meantime, 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.