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Old Posted Feb 28, 2013, 6:06 PM
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[Burlington] Paradigm | ? | 24 fl, 2 x 20 fl & 2 x 18 fl | Under Construction

Five, 20-storey condominiums approved for beside the Burlington GO station.

- approximately 925 residential units
- commercial and office space


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Site Plan, Floor Plans, Elevation Plans pdf.

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Doesn't Burlington have their own forum?
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Old Posted Feb 28, 2013, 6:29 PM
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Is it possible to get one?
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Old Posted Feb 28, 2013, 11:52 PM
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Is it possible to get one?
I'm not sure. Mississauga doesn't even have it's own so I doubt it is possible to make one for Burlington. Skyscraperpage probably has some kind of rules as to what cities can have their own forum. Burlington is part of the Hamilton CMA just like Mississauga is part of the Toronto CMA so that is probably why Burlington doesn't have it's own forum.
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LOL i love the exotic cars they put in renders. aston for this one. ferrari for 10 york in toronto. and a lambo for that 80 storey one in the middle east
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What are you talking about? I've got two Astons rotting in my garage as we speak. I just assumed everybody lived that way. Don't I feel like a douche...
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Old Posted Apr 8, 2013, 6:47 PM
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More renderings to go with that last post...

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I'm not sure. Mississauga doesn't even have it's own so I doubt it is possible to make one for Burlington. Skyscraperpage probably has some kind of rules as to what cities can have their own forum. Burlington is part of the Hamilton CMA just like Mississauga is part of the Toronto CMA so that is probably why Burlington doesn't have it's own forum.
Burlington is a suburb of Hamilton, so it goes in the Hamilton suburbs section.
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I'm not sure. Mississauga doesn't even have it's own so I doubt it is possible to make one for Burlington. Skyscraperpage probably has some kind of rules as to what cities can have their own forum. Burlington is part of the Hamilton CMA just like Mississauga is part of the Toronto CMA so that is probably why Burlington doesn't have it's own forum.
Burlington is a suburb of Hamilton, so it goes in the Hamilton suburbs section.
Yeah, I know. When I said "Burlington is part of the Hamilton CMA" that is what I mean. I was just trying to say that you can't make a thread because it is a suburb. I worded my response to CaptainKirk's question horribly.
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Wow, nice looking place!
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That's gonna add a lot of density to Burlington. Would love to see something like that on Hamilton mountain or maybe in the West Harbour after the James North station happens.
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It seems like Burlington's skyline might start competing with Hamilton's soon if it keeps up this pace.
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Quality rendering! Very unique building with the shapes and balconies. Looking a lot like Toronto! Thats a big area to fill - and being next to the GO is great!
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Burlington is a suburb of Hamilton, so it goes in the Hamilton suburbs section.
I don't know if we can really accurately continue to say that anymore. It's too dismissive. Burlington is its own city now. Ancaster, Dundas, and Stoney Creek are suburbs of Hamilton, but not Burlington. It makes its own civic decisions, and it really no longer feels like a suburb of Hamilton, particularly with its recent development.

And the prevailing view in Toronto is that Burlington is essentially part of the GTA, broadly speaking--at least they seem to have expropriated it much like they did Oakville. There's been an enormous influx of Torontonians over the past five years in such nightmare developments as Thomas Alton Village, for example. However, there's no doubt in my mind that both Burlington and Hamilton's economic fate are yoked.

They should have their own forum, but one wonders if they care to have one.
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Burlington is a suburb of Hamilton, so it goes in the Hamilton suburbs section.
I dunno. I think of Burlington as more of a GTA suburb these days.

Look at these 2006 stats of where Burlington residents work

Burlington 32,665
Oakville 10,105
Mississauga 8,605
Toronto 8,475
Hamilton 8,000

I'd imagine that 7 years later that these stats would be even more skewed towards the GTA and away from Hamilton. Not sure though, anyone know how to get them from here?


http://www12.statcan.gc.ca/census-re...NAMEE=&VNAMEF=

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If I remembe correctly the bulk of Hamilton-Burlington communiting is fom Hamilton to Burlington. There's lots of office parks and such out there.
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If I remembe correctly the bulk of Hamilton-Burlington communiting is fom Hamilton to Burlington. There's lots of office parks and such out there.
Top places where Hamiltonians work


Hamilton 145,480
Burlington 24,270
Oakville 7,090
Toronto 6,925
Mississauga 6,810
Brantford 1,925

So the vast majorioty of Hamiltonians who work, work in Hamilton.

The majority of Burlingtonions who work, commute outside of Burlington to work, and the vast majority of them work in the GTA.
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