Bridge House at Brightwater is a condo at 70 Mississauga Road South in Mississauga by Diamondcorp, Dream, Fram + Slokker, and Kilmer Group.
High-rise condo in Mississauga
In Mississauga’s Brightwater neighborhood, this luxurious new three-tower condominium will soon appear.
Bridge House at Brightwater is a new Mississauga condominium complex by Dream, Kilmer Group, Fram + Slokker and Diamondcorp This pre-construction project is situated in the Port Credit neighborhood at 70 Mississauga Road South. The layouts of condominium units and townhouses vary from studio to three-bedroom, with or without dens. This will be a dramatic trio of glass-bridged buildings overlooking the park and lakefront, joined by glass bridges. It will provide adequate accommodations and facilities, while enhancing the neighborhood’s existing vibrant atmosphere.
Bridge House at Brightwater will be situated in Port Credit, Mississauga’s projected Brighwater district. This community is becoming a highly accessible and transit-friendly place where residents may enjoy a modern lakefront lifestyle. Future inhabitants will appreciate the ease of having to go a little distance to get daily necessities. Within the master-planned community, one may walk to five public parks and 18 acres of open space, as well as a village center with retail stores, boutique shops, restaurants, and cafés, and a community gathering space that will hold activities and seasonal events.
The Bridgehouse At Brightwater provides unrivaled access to public transit, since the Port Credit GO Station is just minutes away. This GO Station is on the Lakeshore West Line, which transports commuters to downtown Toronto in about twenty minutes. The QEW, which is situated just to the north of the area and is easily accessible, will also be useful for drivers. On a good day, Port Credit to downtown Toronto may be reached by bicycle in less than thirty minutes. Lake Shore Road, which links to the QEW as well as the 401,427, 403, and Gardiner Expressway, facilitates travel within the Greater Toronto Area.
The makeover of Bridge House at Bridgewater has made it popular with a wide range of residents, from artists and young professionals to expanding families. Nearby, the recent inauguration of the newest campus of Sheridan College has attracted almost 3,000 full-time students.
In addition to the community’s extraordinary diversity and plenty of metropolitan facilities, the surrounding region is abundant in family-friendly advantages, making this a fantastic destination to live and invest. Along Lake Shore Road West, homeowners have access to the Credit Landing Shopping Centre, banks, pharmacies, auto shops, and several other daily comforts.
Bridge House At Brightwater will include magnificent architecture and indoor and outdoor amenities inspired by resorts. Its heights and elevations will provide breathtaking beach vistas and a pleasant living place. Each lobby gives a unique sensation of arrival and all the conveniences of modern condominium living, whether you’re heading home to the welcome interiors of Bridge House North, the calm serenity of Bridge House South, or the oasis of Bridge House East. At every turn, you may take use of cutting-edge conveniences that facilitate conscientious, forward-thinking living.
The views from the South and North Towers over Port Credit’s beautiful waterfront, grassy pathways, and urban promenades are amazing. Both structures have access to the Bridge House Club, which is located in the Bridge House East, a 6-story structure. The Bridge House Club is your gateway to a healthy lifestyle – anytime you choose, and exclusively for Bridge House members. Residents of all ages have access to 29,000 square feet of amenities, which range from leisure and tranquillity zones to active zones for fitness, discovery, and adventure. All three buildings will have access to the interior and outside amenities of the Bridge House Club, which include a virtual concierge, party room coworking area overlooking a landscaped courtyard, fitness center, sauna, and stretch room.
Dream’s communities are built by combining urban centers with natural surroundings and the people who live there, all of which contribute to a brighter future. It is because of their inventive communities that they have established an ecosystem of infrastructure and services that not only enriches their lives but also guarantees their long-term sustainability. One of their numerous objectives is to make it easier for people to find and afford decent places to live, and this is one of the ways they plan to do it. In order to boost their position’s worth, they do all in their power. To cease investing with an end goal in mind is unthinkable for them.
DiamondCorp, a Toronto-based land development company, has been providing land development consulting services to major Canadian development firms since its inception in 2007. It is dedicated to developing innovative, high-quality, and award-winning residential, mixed-use, and master-planned developments, and has established itself as a leader in the development industry in the Greater Toronto Area.
Slokker Real Estate and FRAM Building have partnered to develop communities that are flexible enough to meet the needs of twenty-first-century people as they go about their daily lives, go to work, and enjoy leisure activities. They want to push the limits of what is possible in community life while retaining a genuine respect for the region’s history.