Now over 75% sold out, Burlington's Nautique Lakefront Residences is getting set for an early 2016 Grand Opening, which will officially introduce the ambitious 26-storey development to the public. The RAW Design tower is set to bring an assertively urban presence to Burlington's waterfront, with the project leading the way in introducing more urban lifestyles to the city's growing Downtown.
The Adi Development Group project will add 170 units of residential density—ranging in size from 452 to 1,859 square feet—to the city. Nautique's residents will also be able to enjoy an impressive range of outdoor amenities, including an pool/lounge area and observation deck, in addition to comprehensive indoor facilities, such as a gym, yoga studio, library, show kitchen, and fireplace lounge.
Rising from a modern, distinctively patterned podium (below), the tower boasts large, wrap-around balconies, and a window-wall configuration that invites in natural light while offering panoramic views of Burlington's bucolic waterfront and Lake Ontario to the south. Nautique's modern interiors will be appointed by Cecconi Simone, while the project's landscaping will be overseen by Adesso Design inc.
According to the Adi Group's CEO, Tariq Adi, "Nautique takes particular advantage of Burlington's untainted waterfront, which—unlike many Ontario towns—is bordered by parks and publicly accessible space." Adi also tells us that "with outer Burlington built out all the way to the green built, and real estate prices rising in Toronto, Burlington's Downtown waterfront is experiencing a lot of new vibrancy."
"A lot of young people are coming to Burlington's waterfront, which—with nearby GO Stations and the QEW/Gardiner—offers proximity to Downtown Toronto, but with a quieter residential setting, and without prohibitively high real estate prices," Adi continues. "Burlington is also in the midst of a paradigm shift, with the Downtown becoming younger and a lot more urban."
We will keep you updated as the project develops, and new details continue to emerge. 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.