Last month's official launch marked a major step forward in the marketing of Adi Development Group's Nautique Lakefront Residences, a 26-storey tower by architects RAW Design coming to Burlington's waterfront. The development is offering 170 residential units ranging in size from 452 ft² to 1,859 ft², residents of which will enjoy a selection of amenity spaces appointed by interior designers Cecconi Simone.
The development's amenity offerings will be concentrated on the 6th and 18th floors of the tower. The 6th floor is located atop the building's podium, so it takes advantage of the terrace space there, offering residents an outdoor dining area, fire pit with lounge, and a swimming pool with a whirlpool, while inside they will find a fireplace lounge, and a fitness centre. Crossing the divide between interior and exterior spaces whenever the weather suits are an indoor/outdoor bar and party area, and an indoor/outdoor yoga studio.
Renderings of the individual amenity spaces at Nautique depict naturally lit spaces wrapped in floor-to-ceiling glazing, maximizing the visual connection with the natural appeal of the project's waterfront location. A rendering of the development's 6th floor fitness centre, pictured below, highlights the space's clean design that foregoes design flourishes in favour of framed lake views.
The 6th floor's outdoor amenity spaces carry on the natural theme of the development, with ample planters adding greenery. Once again, Lake Ontario is quite prominent in the rendering of this outdoor space.
An 18th floor amenity area will provide residents with more spaces to enjoy panoramic views at this end of Lake Ontario where both the blue of the water sparkles and the Niagara Escarpment wraps around it, creating dramatic landscapes on the horizon. This level will offer a dining room, library and show kitchen to one side, a relaxing fireplace lounge to the other, and a sheltered outdoor fire pit and observation deck in between them.
High-floor amenity spaces have been offered in select buildings in the GTA condominium market recently. Giving all residents of a condominium tower access to the gorgeous views that otherwise would only be enjoyed by high-floor residents is a democratizing feature that builds community, and adds to 'neighbourhood pride' in the building.
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.