Walking distance to SQ1, shopping, arts centres, parks and amenities
Excellent transportation links
Variety of restaurants, nightlife and cultural events
I don’t think I’ve seen a neighbourhood anywhere in the GTA that has grown so fast, or undergone such change in the past 20 years as the Mississauga City Centre. In the 1980’s there was only Square One, a handful of office buildings and the condos along Hurontario Rd and the rest was fields. In 1987 the Civic Centre was built, and the condominiums along web drive in the late 80’s and early 1990’s. In the past 20 years many more buildings, amenities have been built in the area giving it a downtown feel.
The Mississauga City Center is home to many modern, cutting edge designed condominium buildings. Developments such as the Absolute Marilyn Munro towers are known internationally for cutting edge design. Most of the real estate in the city center is condominium, however there are family homes located in pockets south of Burnhamthorpe and East of Hurontario.
The Mississauga City Centre is a culturally diverse community, reflective of modern day Mississauga. Typical residents include professional singles and couples, down sizers and small families.
The vast majority of homes in the Mississauga City Centre are high rise condominiums with a smaller amount of town homes and garden homes. Some of the major condo projects such as Chicago and Absolute of walkup town homes built into the developments.
Developments range in age from 30 years to brand new. Mississauga City Centre has the most opportunity for future development in the city.