Adi Development Group is building a new development along one of the GTA’s busiest transit corridors in Aldershot, one of Burlington’s fastest-growing neighbourhoods, with the aim to help relieve commuter strain by connecting residents to Toronto’s Union Station in under an hour.
“With Stationwest, we’re not just building for today,” said Tariq Adi, CEO of Adi Development Group, in a press release. “We’re targeting connectivity and walkability to build for the future. We’re creating a mobility hub that acknowledges the present and future of this booming region.”
The first phase of the development will consist of traditional and back-to-back townhomes in two- and three-bedroom layouts ranging from about 1,200 to 2,200 square feet, starting from the low $400,000s.
The development will be designed to offer new public infrastructure within a private community characterized by peaceful walkways and parkland. Separate pathways for residents and the community will connect pedestrians and cyclists in the neighbourhood to the train station.
“We as developers need to be thinking about how to restore the balance between comfort and convenience. At Stationwest, you can walk out of your door and onto the train while still coming home to a quiet, green neighbourhood,” said Adi Development Group’s COO, Saud Adi. “This kind of development makes sense for today’s homeowners and for future generations.”
Also, due to limited land availability, Stationwest will be one of the last new low-rise developments of this scale in Burlington, under the Greenbelt Act.
Designed by ICON Architects and featuring a palette of natural materials, the development features details such as aluminum and frosted glass garage doors to oversized windows and framed glass balconies. Interiors and kitchens were designed by UNION 31.
Phase one of Stationwest is slated to launch in early 2016.