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September 24th, 2019 
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M City Condos presented by Urban Capital Property Group and Rogers Real Estate Development Limited at Burnhamthorpe Road West and Confederation Pkwy., Mississauga.  There is a 15-acre plot of land on South side of Burnhamthorpe Road. The plot land is going to build out over the next several years with 4.3 million square feet of space spread across 10 towers, podiums, and townhome rows. It will be key to creating a landmark western gateway to downtown Mississauga. The location will have over 2 acres of new public parkland and piazza areas. The Mary Fix Creek flows south through the east side of the park spaces.

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Nestled in Mary Fix Creek Gateway, this city-within-a-city combines green open spaces with a tight-knit neighbourhood feel, all in downtown Mississauga. And because this community is about bringing family, friends and neighbours closer, everything they need is closer too. With Square One, Sheridan College, banks and libraries a walk away, commercial and public amenities are well within reach.

Culture, character and personality are also what make a community great. Residents can find the best of it at the nearby Civic Centre, Celebration Square and the Living Arts Centre. Here, they can get to know each other and celebrate the diversity of their neighbourhood. But when they need to travel a bit further for work or pleasure, residents have transportation all around them. Whether they want to use the GO, Mississauga Transit or bike paths, getting around is super easy.

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The site designed by Cooper Robertson of New York; and the phase 1, the 60-storey tower is designed by Core Architects. Suites and amenities are designed by Cecconi Simone.

Phase One of M City in Mississauga will be the tallest tower on the west Toronto region skyline. Architects are touting the ‘iconic yet simple’ design. The Tower has seven different floor plates that rotate one way and then the other. It helps your eye just go up and down. The glass on the balconies appears white, allowing the form of the tower to be read better. It also obscures some of the items people tend to store outside their units.

The first phase includes 784 residential units ranging from over 400 sq. ft. to about 900 sq. ft.. M City will have a range of amenities, from the usual gym and party room, to a splash pad and an outdoor swimming pool; and a skating rink on the tower’s podium in the winter.

The plan is to break ground late this year or early 2018 with a target occupancy in late 2021 or early 2022. The entire 10-tower development is expected to take 10 to 15 years, depending on market conditions.

Prices start at about $200,000.

For more information or reserve your suites, register now at HERE, you will be first in line to have all the details.


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