Toronto's insatiable demand for housing extends beyond the 416, spilling out into the surrounding cities of the Golden Horseshoe. In Burlington, a location immediately adjacent to Aldershot GO Station—a future stop for GO RER, promising improved regional service—is proving a lure for homebuyers at Adi Development Group's The West – Condominiums at Stationwest, who are now heating up sales of suites in the second phase.
Designed by ICON Architects, the new phase at the 13-acre master-planned Stationwest community will consist of two 6-storey mid-rises containing 86 and 82 units in a mix of studio, one-bedroom, one-bedroom + den, two-bedroom, and two-bedroom + den suites, ranging in size from 338 ft² to 874 ft². As of now, all of the studio and the two-bedroom + den layouts are sold out, but a good range of unit layouts still remain available.
Among the remaining one-bedroom layouts—which start from mid-$300,000s—the Mercure is the largest at 592 ft², and can be found on all floors of both buildings. Balconies (or ground floor terraces) open off the bedrooms and living rooms in Mercure layouts, flooding the spaces with natural light through southeast-facing windows.
One-bedroom + den layouts at The West start from the low-$400,000s, though only one of these layouts remain. The Biltmore is the last of the one-bedroom + den offerings, sized at 719 ft². Located on the 4th floor of the east building, this layout offers a northwest exposure and a large outdoor balcony accessed via the open concept living area.
Starting from the mid-$500,000s, three two-bedroom layouts remain at The West, the largest of which is the "W" at 831 ft², and found on the ground floor of both buildings. With all of the larger two-bedroom + den and two-bedroom + media room layouts spoken for, this is also the largest available remaining layout at The West. The W's master bedroom features ensuite access to the bathroom.
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