Mississauga’s Future Starts Here


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M City Condos – The New Condominium Community

Rogers Real Estate Development Ltd., a private holding company, is moving ahead with a mega $1.5 billion development project in the heart of downtown Mississauga to overshadow the partially developed Parkside Village. The project is located at the corner of Confederation Pkwy and Burnhamthorpe Road West. It is directly across the street from Parkside Village in Mississauga, making the interaction of Burnhamthorpe Road W & Confederation Pkwy the new Centre of Mississauga City Centre.

Rogers Real Estate Development has engaged New York-based Cooper Robertson to design the framework and Canadian developer Urban Capital to manage the process. The first of 10 towers will be designed by CORE Architects, winners of a building design competition held by Urban Capital.

The total size of the land is 15 Acres with over two acres of public parkland. The 4.3 million master planned community will feature 10 towers. The Toronto-based holding company’s plan describes a signature tower just west of city hall and right next to the downtown loop of a future $1.3-billion LRT to be fully funded by the province.

The plans allow for 6,000 units for rent or sale, ranging in price from $200,000 to $700,000 with the first phase of construction beginning in late 2017 or earlier 2018 and continue in stages over the next decade. The first tower is expected to make an iconic addition to the skyline with 51 undulating stories and 700 units which will go up for sale in the new year. The first tower will also feature a 14,000 square foot amenity terrace with an ice skating rink and an outdoor pool. The amenities will be designed by Cecconi-Simone, a Toronto based Interior Design firm.

The community will be within easy access of the planned LRT and infrastructure improvements will be made to accommodate the 15,000 residents who will call the towers home. The project is designed to fit into Mississauga`s Downtown ’21 strategy to make the city core more vibrant and resident-friendly.