ADI Development - Site

Proposed Development  Melrose Developments has presented a proposal for the redevelopment of three pieces of property on the south side of Plains Road, near Filmandale including: the former Foo Ho restaurant, the former Bell Motel and the retail plaza in between. The proposed new development includes 2 six-storey condominium buildings totaling 178 residential units. One of the buildings would include 3,000 square feet of retail/commercial space. Both underground and surface parking are included in the plan.

Proposal is currently under review by the City’s Planning staff. It has not been approved.


Jazz - Art finalist - official rendering

Public Art Winner – “Crescendo” (Rising Wave):  The City of Burlington’s Public Art Program has selected a design proposal entitled “Crescendo” (Rising Wave) for a site on the north side Plains Road between the new Jazz development and Maplehurst School. The artist, Lilly Otasevic says “The sculpture’s converging and diverging shape represents a hub of activity in the community. These characteristics serve to represent a contemporary as well as an historical context to Aldershot Village. The wave shape reflects the connection to the bay, water as an essential vehicle for the initial progress of this community and ultimately the connection to Brown’s wharf where it all began”. Installation of this piece of public art will take place upon completion of construction at the Jazz condominium. More than $65,000 was raised for the project in a joint effort between the City, Branthaven Homes, the Plains Road Village Vision group and individual donors.


Signal Box - Francis - BHS1 - May 2015

Photo Art on Plains  Thanks to Aldershot resident David Craig and to the Burlington Historical Society for the latest “wrap-around” art on Plains Road. You can see it at the south / east corner of Plains and Francis where the grey utility box has been wrapped with an historic photo of old Aldershot. This latest ‘wrap-around” is sponsored by the Historical Society. Two earlier “wrap-arounds” (at Shadeland and King) were sponsored by the Aldershot Community Honour Roll. The “wrap-around” project is just the latest in a series of steps aimed at dressing up Aldershot’s main street.




“Jazz” Proposed Redevelopment of Former Mini-Putt SiteJazz - Rendering Following a public meeting held in May 2014, Branthaven Homes announced its intention to downsize the proposed development project at 457 Plains Road East, adjacent to Maplehurst School.  What was originally proposed was a six storey building is now a four storey building. The latest plan calls for the four storey structure to include 79 one and two bedroom condominiums along with 6,000 square feet of retail/commercial space on the first floor.

405 Plains Road EastJaggard - rendering Dawn Victoria Homes has a proposal to redevelop the property at 405 Plains Road East, currently occupied by Jaggard’s Florist. This calls for construction of a three storey mixed-use building at the front of the property including a retail store suitable for continuation of the florist shop and three residential units above. Behind the store will be two stand-alone buildings of 24 residential “stacked townhouses”, including 48 parking spaces and amenity area.


“Village West” (Former Canadian Tire Store) Project70 Plains Rd - Post-Canadian Tire Proposal The City has received a formal application for development of this site at 70 Plains Road West. The proposal is to construct several 3-storey buildings that would include 6,000 square feet of retail/commercial space along Plains Road with 15 two-storey condos above the stores and another 15 “stacked townhouses” (totaling 30 units) along the perimeter of the property. The “old factory” design is popular with young people just entering the market. The proposal is still being reviewed by the City but is nearing final approvals.

“Seasons” Condominium34 Plains Rd This project is located at 34 Plains Road East, the site of the old retail plaza adjacent to (but not including) Russell Williams Restaurant. Construction is well underway with occupancy scheduled for 2015.  The building proposal is for a 6-storey condominium with some retail space on the first floor.