High-rise condo in Mississauga
Following the incredible success of the previous four M City Condo towers, work has begun on the fifth tower!
This development will have a selection of premium condominium units in a 60-story, 900-room high-rise structure.
IBI Architects will meticulously design the Mississauga M City 5 apartments. In each house selected by Cecconi Simoni, buyers will also find cutting-edge amenities and exquisite details.
M City 5 Condominiums will be located in one of the most attractive cities for jobs, living, and enjoyment in Canada. The developers of M5 Condos chose the bustling junction of Grand Park Dr. and Burnhamthorpe Rd. West due to its 80 Walk Score and closeness to services and facilities. Within walking distance of this area are shops, restaurants, supermarkets, entertainment venues, banks, medical facilities, schools, public transit, and open spaces.
Its dynamic posture gave it an amazing 65 transit score. Regular commuters will have convenient access to Mississauga Transit and will be able to reach Cooksville GO Transit within five minutes. The Hurontario LRT project, which comprises a light rail-trail system with stations in the City Center, raises property values. Additionally, homeowners will have convenient access to bike paths and important roadways like as the 401, 403, and QEW. Consequently, people will be able to swiftly access downtown Mississauga.
Families with school-aged children will be thrilled to learn that this new development is located in a location with Canada’s top schools and colleges. Numerous elementary and secondary schools are located within the community’s limits and are within walking distance of M City 5 Condo. Furthermore, the condos are accessible to postsecondary students since they are within a 30-minute drive of prestigious universities such as the University of Mississauga, the University of Toronto, and the University of Guelph-Humber.
The Mississauga M City 5 Condominium is located in a dynamic and expanding neighborhood. From the location, a variety of businesses and entertainment places are accessible on foot. Both Square One Shopping Centre and Parkways West Shopping Center, which are separated by a 6-minute walk, are enormous indoor malls with anchor stores, luxury apparel boutiques, and a food court. Residents have also profited significantly from the existence of aesthetically pleasing outdoor areas. Multiple venues, including parks, nature preserves, beaches, and gardens, provide opportunities for outdoor enjoyment. Nearby are several parks, including City View Park, Zonta Meadows Park, Community Common Park, and others.
M City Condos will include an assortment of modern apartments. In addition to the beautiful architecture, buyers can expect cutting-edge technology, elegant finishes, and amenities in each apartment created by Cecconi Simone.
From the Zen-inspired Nakaniwa Garden on Level 3 to the large main amenity terrace on Level 4, the fully-equipped fitness facility and yoga studio to the open-air saltwater pool on the podium rooftop on Level 8, each floor of the building provides something unique to improve your lifestyle.
M City’s owner and developer is Rogers Real Estate Development Limited. The corporation is associated with a set of entities that represent the private holding companies of the Rogers family. Ted Rogers, one of Canada’s greatest business titans, founded Rogers Communications Inc., a well-known, publicly listed, diversified Canadian communications firm.
Since 1996, when Urban Capital started constructing the 48-unit Camden Lofts, these have been the company’s guiding principles. This proposal, situated on dusty Camden Street in the then-depleted Fashion District west of downtown Toronto, broke the city’s development standards. Camden’s urban living necessitates a measure of volume rather than an area measure. The development was based on the idea that deindustrialized urban areas could be revitalized as viable metropolitan hubs. It is possible for urban condominiums with a focus on design to compete with suburban homes, and there are some who want more.