Stationwest by Adi Development Group is coming soon to the community of Aldershot in southwest Burlington. The master-planned townhome community is the developer’s latest undertaking in Burlington after launching several successful projects in other parts of the city.

Previous developments like the Mod’rn Condos, Link2 Condos + Lofts and the upcoming Nautique Lakefront Residences have made Adi Development Group known for bringing fresh and edgy designs to the Burlington condominium landscape.

Stationwest continues that trend by introducing a modern collection of traditional and back-to-back townhomes designed by Toronto-based architecture firm ICON Architects. Ranging in size from 1,200 square feet to 2,200 square feet, the homes boast thoughtfully laid out two- and three-bedroom floor plans ideal for first time homebuyers and families alike.

Outside, the neutral palette of brick, stone, and stucco, blend together for a bold, geometric facade that creates an eclectic, modern, and harmonious streetscape. The townhomes are further characterized by aluminum and frosted glass garage doors, oversized windows and private framed glass balconies.

The contemporary design esthetic is echoed inside where interiors by U31 feature high quality finishes, kitchens with innovative colour blocking, and extensive outdoor spaces with rooftop balconies or spacious backyards.

Located at 101 Masonry Court, Stationwest is also poised to become a major mobility hub for the city. The project’s ideal location is strategically situated along one of the GTA’s busiest transit corridors, just minutes from Highway 403 and the QEW. And, with Aldershot GO station located directly across from the community, residents can get to Union Station in less than an hour.

“Developing mobility hubs is a key strategy for the City of Burlington and particularly important to our emerging west end,” said Rick Craven, Ward 1 Councillor. “Intensification around the GO station is great for Aldershot. Residents will be within walking distance of public transit while also taking advantage of all of the region’s greenspace, from Hidden Valley to LaSalle Park.”

With rising home prices, many first-time homebuyers and millennials often find it difficult to afford a home in major downtown areas, and as a result are overwhelmingly dependent on congested highways. With homes starting from the low $400,000s, Stationwest addresses this issue by offering a transit and pedestrian-friendly community that balances convenience and attainability.

“With Stationwest, we’re not just building for today. We’re targeting connectivity and walkability to build for the future,” said Tariq Adi, CEO of Adi Development Group. “We’re creating a mobility hub that acknowledges the present and future of this booming region.”

Within the neighbourhood, pedestrian and cyclist-friendly pathways connect residents to the greater Aldershot area, while quiet walkways and parkland offer the perfect spot to spend time with the family.

“We as developers need to be thinking about how to restore the balance between comfort and convenience,” said Saud Adi, COO of Adi Development Group. “At Stationwest, you can walk out of your door and onto the train while still coming home to a quiet, green neighbourhood. This kind of development makes sense for today’s homeowners and for future generations.”

The first phase of Stationwest is anticipated to launch in early 2016. Be sure to register today for the latest information and to be the first to preview the much anticipated community.

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