Now well over 75% sold out, Adi's Nautique Lakefront Residences is bringing a prominent infusion of high-rise density to Burlington's waterfront. Situated some 50 kilometres west of Toronto's burgeoning Downtown lakefront, the 26-storey project is evidence of both the spillover effects of one of North America's largest development booms, and of Burlington's growing appeal as an urban community in its own right. 

The Downtown Burlington skyline, with Nautique represented at centre-right, image courtesy of Adi

Designed by Icon Architects, Nautique will add almost 200 residential suites to Burlington's Downtown, with living spaces ranging in size from 452 ft² to 1,859 ft². While the suite configurations are somewhat more generous than the units offered in many of Downtown Toronto's new-build condos, the Cecconi Simone interiors are also designed to maximize usable space and provide livable environments. 

A closer look at the tower, image courtesy of Adi

Earlier this year, the project's 576 ft² 'Norte' unit was awarded a prize for 'Best Suite Design' at the BILD Awards, in recognition of the intelligent delineation—and combination—of spaces and uses within the suite. While the one-bedroom + den Norte suite is now sold out, the same user-oriented design approach informs the layouts of Nautique's other units, with an assortment of the remaining suites profiled in a recent story

A suite interior, image courtesy of Adi

Nautique will also feature landscaping by Adesso Design Inc., alongside a fairly extensive collection of indoor and outdoor amenities, with many of the communal spaces positioned to offer views of the lake. The project is now making its way through the final stages of the planning process, with a precise construction timeline expected to emerge in the near future.

The position near the waterfront will provide many south-facing units with expansive lake views, image courtesy of Adi

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