Just south of Burlington's Aldershot GO Station, a new 13-acre community aims to capitalize on existing regional rail infrastructure with a major injection of residential density. Adi's Stationwest hit the market in 2015, offering 160 townhome units on the north and east sides of the site, featuring a design by ICON Architects. Now, a mid-rise building dubbed "The West – Condominiums at Stationwest" is the next phase to be marketed.

The West – Condominiums at Stationwest, image courtesy of Adi Development Group

This phase will rise at the south end of the site along Masonry Court, featuring two six-storey mid-rise massing with a two-toned cladding and staggered balcony pattern meant to add visual interest to the exteriors. At street level, a landscaped area by Adesso Design Inc. will serve as a forecourt for the development, offering shade and greenery.

Situated in immediate proximity to Aldershot Station, the new master-planned community will provide residents with easy access to GO Transit's Lakeshore West line, allowing for simple, direct commuting to Downtown Toronto. In addition, Burlington Transit's Route 300 will serve local commuters traveling to destinations along Plains Road, LaSalle Park, Townsend and Shadeland Avenues, and Downtown Burlington. Motorists would be situated moments from Highways 403, 407 and the QEW.

Location of Stationwest Burlington, image courtesy of Adi Development Group

The West's two buildings—now accepting registrations—will contain 86 and 82 condominium units, available in a range of layouts—from studios to two-bedroom + dens—and sizes, from 338 ft² to 874 ft². They are priced between $198,990 and $449,900. Residents of the two mid-rises will have access to a shared amenity area situated between the two structures, featuring interiors appointed by U31. These spaces will include a gym, a party room, an outdoor amenity terrace, and a lobby space offering an 8-hour concierge service.

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 thread, or leave a comment using the space provided at the bottom of this page.