Last month we took a detailed look at the Cecconi Simone-appointed amenity spaces planned for Adi Development Group's Nautique Lakefront Residences, giving some insight into what residents can expect in the way of common areas for the new high-rise development in Burlington. Equally important to passersby and locals living outside the 26-storey tower is its exterior, which will hold a prominent position on the city's skyline thanks to its height and proximity to the lake.

Rendering of Nautique Lakefront Residences, image courtesy of Adi Development Group

Until recently, elevation diagrams and preconstruction renderings of the development have been the only visual evidence of the project's design. Now, a short but detailed 3D flythrough video is providing even more insight into the structure's exterior details.

The video begins with a lateral pan shot of the retail spaces planned for the building's ground floor frontage along Lakeshore Road, followed by a quick glimpse of the residential lobby entrance on Martha Street. At the 18 second mark, the video then transitions to reveal the lower outdoor amenity terrace, found on the development's 6th floor on the podium roof. At 31 seconds, the shot pans up along the tower's west facade before spinning around to show the south facade. Between 0:40 and 0:46, a brief glimpse of a condominium suite and balcony are shown in detail. The final shot in the video pans away from the tower to reveal the upper levels in context with surrounding structures and Lake Ontario.

Nautique offers 170 condominium units ranging in size from 452 ft² to 1,859 ft², with prices between $296,990 and $1,300,000. Though construction has yet to begin, completion of the project is tentatively scheduled for Fall 2018.

Rendering of Nautique and surrounding context, image courtesy of Adi Development Group

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.