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New Street


The dynamic form of this mixed-use residential development references Lake Ontario, distinguishing the two internal programs on either side of the gateway entrance. The central courtyard is framed by the elevated bridge, reinforcing the streetscape and building frontage. This walkway provides a dramatic ceiling condition to the site’s central vehicular access below. The building includes three levels of underground parking and amenity space at the ground level and upper terrace. The materiality is characterized by a sleek and translucent glazing and is stepped back toward the rear of the property for appropriate transition with the low-rise neighbourhood context.

This project contains residential condominium units, senior retirement units, and long-term care units dedicated for Alzheimer’s and/or Dementia patients within an 11-storey form. This project aims to address the reality of changing demographics and the local needs of the City of Burlington. The development includes an adaptable building program that integrates various age groups and needs, while providing access to vital health services.

Weston Consulting successfully executed both Official Plan Amendment and Zoning By-law Amendment applications, ultimately receiving approval from Municipal Council to facilitate the development.

Project type

Mid-Rise Residential Development


Mid-Rise Residential Development
Official Plan Amendment
Zoning By-Law Amendment
Community Benefit
Creative Planning


The Rosseau Group


2421 & 2431 New Street, Burlington





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WZMH Architects