UrbanToronto takes another look at Burlington today as it is just a few days remaining until the official Grand Opening of Adi Development Group's Nautique Lakefront Residences in the city's walkable downtown area. In anticipation of the event, we tour the building's Cecconi Simone-appointed model suite, a 1-bedroom+den unit known as "The Norte".
The 26-storey tower—with architecture by rising Toronto practice RAW Design—will feature 192 units ranging in size from 452 to 1,859 square feet. The model suite at the development's 375 Brant Street presentation centre highlights a layout near the lower end of this range, coming in at 574 square feet, and choosing one of the smaller units goes great lengths in showing prospective buyers the efficiency of the suite layouts. In the image below, a 'waterfall' kitchen island doubles as a table for four, extending the space of the open-concept kitchen which features an integrated refrigerator hidden behind a wood-grain finished cabinetry.
Units at Nautique will feature floor-to-ceiling glazing, framing views of Lake Ontario and the surrounding Burlington Waterfront.
The main living area leads to a den which can be used as a home office, a library, or various other possibilities.
The model suite's bathroom serves as both an ensuite and a hallway bathroom, and features wood-grained cabinetry with strikingly complementary limestone wall and floor tiles by Ciot, which carry on the zen-like design aesthetic found elsewhere in the unit.
Additional information and renderings 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.