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StationWest Smart-Style Urban Towns

A townhouse at Burlington

If you’re looking for a modern ambiance, this is the place for you. StationWest Smart-Style Urban Towns is a three-story townhouse in 101 Masonry Court, a development by ADI Development Group. This Burlington townhouse has 233 flats. 

Go and arrive in style at Stationwest, where smart, open-concept townhomes in Burlington are available in a number of excellent selections. Live in a master-planned neighborhood with a huge central park and easy access to the Aldershot GO Station. Your contemporary Burlington townhouse is waiting for you.



There’s something new in the air here, with new places to walk, shop, meet, and dine, from townhomes to condos and fantastic stores. New apartment and townhome complexes, as well as green areas, are replacing many parking lots, adding to the street’s historic beauty and energy. Aldershot Village already has 250 retail and service providers, with many more on the way, making it a fantastic destination to shop, dine, and live.


Shopping and Dining

There’s a variety of unique stores with attentive personal service, a variety of professional services, excellent restaurants, LaSalle Park and Marina, a vibrant and loving community, and historical significance within the neighborhood of StationWest Smart-Style Urban Towns.

On Plains Road, the Aldershot Village Business Improvement Association serves over 250 stores and professionals. The Aldershot Community Festival and the Aldershot Farmers’ Market are two yearly year-round events in this lively shopping center.



Within the neighborhood, there are numerous options for schools. Aldershot School, Glenview Public School, Holy Rosary Catholic School, and Maplehurst Public School are just a few of the schools in the area.


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Downtime opens up a world of possibilities. There aren’t many neighborhoods that have everything Aldershot Village and its surroundings have to offer. The Waterfront Trail or the Hamilton Harbourfront Trail can be used to hike, cycle, or walk to Downtown Burlington or Hamilton.

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Visit the 100-acre Hendrie Valley Sanctuary or the Royal Botanical Gardens, which spans 1,110 hectares of gardens and natural areas.

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When you live in Stationwest, getting around is easier than ever, whether you’re on foot, bike, or car. The Route 300 bus travels along Plains Road, LaSalle Park, Townsend and Shadeland Avenues, and Downtown Burlington, stopping at popular attractions.


Do you like to go there on your own? Bike lanes and walkways that are safer and wider are on the way. You’re just steps from from the Aldershot GO Station, and Highways 403, 407, and the QEW are all just a short drive away.



StationWest Smart-Style Urban Towns, located at 101 Masonry Court in Burlington, is a townhouse development by ADI Development Group. The project was finished in 2020. StationWest Smart-Style Urban Towns contains 233 flats in total. The dimensions range from 1621 to 1645 square feet.

Residents will also have access to high-end facilities that match the elegant interiors of the building. StationWest will be comprised of a variety of ultra-modern townhouse forms connected by manicured courtyards and calm paths, with each townhome including its own dedicated outdoor space in the form of a rooftop terrace, balcony, or patio.


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ADI Development Group brings a fresh and youthful approach to development in the GTA. Their growing portfolio spans from trendy lakefront condominiums to urban townhomes and includes several neighbourhoods throughout the region. Their services include real estate investment, planning, design, building and management.

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