Three condos could replace a Burlington warehouse

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Published May 10, 2024 at 5:27 pm

Burlington condo project industrial
Concept for 1293 Grahams Lane in Burlington.

A redevelopment plan for an industrial area of Burlington calls for the creation of 722 residential units spread across three high-rise buildings, a project that is now larger than what was previously proposed.

The project is currently under review by City of Burlington planners as the developer seeks approval to proceed.

According to documents submitted to the city, the concept shows three buildings — 9, 16, and 20-storeys — that will go up at 1393 Grahams Line near Fairview Street and Brant Street.

Currently, a large storage warehouse is situated on the site.

The residential households will vary in size from studio to three-bedroom units. Parking for residents will be located underground with some visitor spaces at ground level. The majority of the living units will have private balconies.

Access to the buildings will be through existing driveways on Grahams Line.

The documents also show the complex will host a system of pedestrian pathways that will connect the main entrances of the buildings to the public realm along Grahams Lane.

One public meeting has already been held to discuss the project and another is expected in the upcoming month. At the first meeting, 628 residential units were proposed for the site but the new plans show almost 100 more living spaces have been added.

 

 

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