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Pre-Application Virtual Community Meeting for 1120 Cooke Blvd (formerly 101 Masonry Court) Sept. 29


*Please see below a public notice regarding a pre-application neighbourhood meeting that went out from ADI Development Group: 1120 Cooke – Public Notice

Pre-application Consultation Virtual Meeting

Adi Development Group is considering the redevelopment of 1120 Cooke Boulevard.

Adi Development Group is exploring the opportunity to transform 1120 Cooke Boulevard into a transitoriented community.

If Adi Development Group chooses to pursue this redevelopment, it would require an amendment to the City of Burlington Official Plan and Zoning By-law. We have scheduled this pre-application consultation to seek community feedback that will assist in shaping our future proposal. The current design options will require an amendment to the City of Burlington’s Official Plan and Zoning Bylaw. The current Official Plan designation of the site is Mixed Use Corridor, and the current Zoning is Mixed Use Corridor.

No development applications have been submitted to the City of Burlington at this time, and the City has not made any decisions on this proposal.

A Pre-application Community meeting has been scheduled to discuss this potential redevelopment, so that public can provide feedback to Adi Development Group at this early stage.

The Pre-Application Community Meeting will take place:
Date:Tuesday, Sept. 29, 2020
Time:5:30-7 p.m.
Participate Online via Zoom:

Webinar ID: 918 7380 9076

(Internet connection required – Zoom User Guide available at

Participate by Telephone:1-647-374-4685

(audio only)

During the meeting, City Planning staff will provide an overview of the development application review process and opportunities for public participation in the process. Adi Development Group will provide an overview of their redevelopment plans.

This proposed development consists of two different design options for community feedback. The first of which consists of three towers with heights ranging from 29 to 39 storeys, and the second option consists of four towers with heights ranging from 18 to 39 storeys. Both options yield the same approximate number of units, 1,258.

There will be a question and answer session to share your thoughts about the proposal with Adi Development Group. Councillor Kelvin Galbraith and the Mayor will also be in attendance to hear your input.

Residents can subscribe to the proposed development’s webpage at development projects to receive any updated about this proposal.

Comments and questions for Adi Development Group can be sent to the following address:

Sam Badawi
Adi Development Group
700-1100 Burloak Drive, Burlington

After the application has been submitted to the City, notice will be sent to residents within 120 metres of the site [or 300 metres if the subject property is in the rural area or North Aldershot], and details of the application will be publicly available at projects. At that stage residents can provide comments and questions to City staff.



*Posted by John Bkila, Mayor’s Media and Digital Communications Specialist

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