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More development - in the east, west and downtown. Nothing approved - yet

By Staff

September 8th, 2021

BURLINGTON, ON

 

This is not Toronto. This is Burlington and these are the buildings that developers want to construct.

They won’t dot the skyline tomorrow but they are in the works.

This is the oval Court development that is planned for the east end of the city. To be located on Fairview relatively close to the Fearmans pork processing plant.

The 24 story tower in the right is planned for Brant Street south of the Brant Street Plaze – right next to Joe Dogs.  How they build this tower and keep Joe Dogs open is more than a challenge.

The location is very controversial. The area will be razed – Bank of Nova Scotia would go. No one had an answer on what they will do with the width of Brant Street as this point – it is currently a narrow two lane road.

Residents were not opposed to a development – they just didn’t like the idea of a 24 story building.  The supermarket to the north will be moved closer to the street and will see a small park with a path along the edge of Rambo Creek.

There will be parking beneath the plaza.

John Street, which is to the east of Brant, will be extended north.  Currently John is not classified as a street – it is a lane way.

This is a Molinaro development planned for the Plains Road area on an odd shaped lot, If approved it will be done in two phases. It will be steps from Mapleview Mall.  This is the view from the QEW

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