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If you’re in the market for a new home in Burlington, chances are you’ve come across Adi Development Group.

The company has recently launched several new Burlington condominium projects and has introduced a design revolution to the city by partnering with world-renowned architects and interior designers. Projects like the Mod’rn Condos, Link2 Condos + Lofts and the upcoming Nautique Lakefront Residences have changed the Burlington condominium landscape by bringing fresh and edgy designs never before seen in the city.

For its next undertaking, Adi Development Group is returning to its townhome roots with the upcoming launch of Stationwest by the Aldershot GO station. Stationwest is a 762 home community located at 101 Masonry court, in an area ripe for development, and just steps from the GO station.

Although details of the new development are still emerging, the newly released rendering depicts a modern design that fits well within Adi’s contemporary portfolio of homes and introduces a fresh townhome design that Burlington has never seen.

The master-planned community will consist of ultra chic and modern three-storey towns, back-to-back townhomes, and innovative urban towns with affordable starting prices from the low $400,000s.

Consisting of a neutral palette of brick, stone, and stucco, the facades are separated by alternating colours, shades and hues creating a harmonious and attractive streetscape. The townhomes are further characterized by contemporary panelled garages, private glass-railed balconies and expansive windows.

In addition,its location directly across from the Aldershot GO station and just minutes from Highway 403 and the QEW, makes Stationwest an ideal community for Hamilton and Toronto-bound commuters.

Sales at Stationwest will start from the low $400,000s and is anticipated to launch in early 2016. Be sure to register online for the latest updates and for VIP access.

For more information, visit adidevelopments.com.

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