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Burlington-based Adi Development Group recently hit a major milestone. The Mod’rn — its first condominium development in the city — has officially sold out.

Launched in 2012, the 78-unit, four-storey project quickly proved popular among new home buyers.

“The idea for the project originated from the noticeable demand gap [Adi Development Group COO] Saud and I were seeing in Burlington real estate,” said Tariq Adi, CEO of Adi Development Group. “There was nothing on the market that was both design-driven and attainable.”

Now fully complete and occupied, the building adds a modern touch to Burlington’s streetscape with its sleek and edgy architecture by Toronto-based ICON Architects Inc. The overall design is a far departure from what was being offered at the time the project launched with its clean lines and handsome facade clad in a mix of stone, brick, wood and glass.

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The modern aesthetics continue inside where suites are appointed with contemporary finishes, nine to 10 foot ceilings and expansive open concept living spaces. Other standard features include beautiful granite countertops, custom cabinetry and stainless steel appliances in kitchens. Residents at The Mod’rn also have access to several luxury amenities including a professionally landscaped rooftop terrace with a fire pit, barbecues and great views of the lake.

“We’re incredibly proud of what we accomplished with the Mod’rn,” said Adi. “We pioneered an architectural design movement.”

The Mod’rn Condominiums may be sold out, but for buyers looking for Adi’s signature design-driven approach and attainable price-point, now is the perfect time to check out two larger scale projects from the developer on the market; LINK2 Condos + Lofts and Nautique Lakefront Residences.

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Link2 Condos + Lofts on Dundas Street and Sutton Drive, boasts an articulated and colourful exterior design by renowned architecture firm, RAW Design. The community consists of 297 units housed within four six-storey buildings and is just steps from Bronte Creek and the Twelve Mile Trail.

The developer has also set its sights on high-rise development with the launch of their newest community, Nautique Lakefront Residences at 374 Martha Street in downtown Burlington.

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Located along the beautiful waterfront, the 170-unit tower was also designed by RAW and features a sleek and contemporary profile with floor-to-ceiling windows, wraparound balconies and a striking five-story podium covered in a unique patterned facade.

“Nautique will be an inspiring addition to the skyline,” said Roland Rom Colthoff, Principal of RAW. “Its contemporary design looks forward to the future of downtown Burlington.”

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To complement the sleek exterior architecture, Adi partnered with renowned interior design duo Cecconi Simone to design the luxurious interiors. The fresh, light and sophisticated palate of white marble and brushed metal accents greets homeowners into the elegant lobby and carries into the common areas.

“As soon as you step inside of Nautique, you can tell that something different is happening here,” said Saud Adi, COO of Adi Development Group. “We wanted to deliver a new type of home for the design-conscious buyer, offering the best amenities, the best views and the best location in the city. The feedback for this project has been astonishing.”

Sales at Nautique start from the high $200,000s. Make sure to register online to book an exclusive preview appointment.

For more information, visit adidevelopments.com.

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