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Elevated Rentals In An Unbeatable Location: Brigil’s Second Tower At 2944 Baseline Road Unveiled:

On December 14th, Brigil unveiled the second tower of their Baseline project.

This achievement marks the arrival of 172 condominiums spread over 16 floors, with top floor amenities. The second tower will match Baseline’s first in delivering a hotel feel at home: spacious, bright and modern suites are paired with elegant amenities, top-floor views from stunning social and work rooms, outdoor living and lounge areas, and spectacular panoramic views of the city.

The Baseline project in its entirety will provide a total of 1147 units in 6 towers. Situated perfectly in a quiet area between Ottawa and Kanata, and just steps from The Queensway Carleton Hospital, Bruce Pit, and Bayshore, Baseline is a hidden gem for those looking to live just outside the city.

Deliberately designed to be much more than a collection of residences, Baseline creates a community conducive to human connections and the flourishing of bonds between its residents. Carefully thought-out common spaces encourage socialization, strengthening the fabric of a united community.

“At Brigil we build with purpose, we create exceptional living spaces that surpass immediate needs. We are not merely constructing structures; we are sculpting environments conducive to human flourishing and local economic development, thus redefining the landscape of modern living,” says Jessy Desjardins, Vice President of Development.

Find out more at Brigil.com/baseline 

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