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420 Lakeshore Road East Condos is a new condo development in Mississauga by Plaza. It is a mid-rise building containing 12 storeys high with a total of 195 residential units.
Sitting just west of Toronto, Mississauga is a flourishing city on the shores of Lake Ontario. The city itself is broken up into many different neighbourhoods and incorporated townships, many of which, like Streetsville and Port Credit have their own unique feel and small-town vibe.
A picturesque neighbourhood, Port Credit can be defined by it’s slower pace, beautiful parks, marinas and the idyllic Port Credit Harbour and Credit River. With unique shops and services, Port Credit is a charming place to set down roots which mixes convenience like shops, boutiques, and exceptional restaurants with a historic atmosphere. Spend the day strolling along the harbour, or through the “Village On The Lake”, admiring it’s heritage buildings and small-town aesthetic so close to the rest of the GTA.
Port Credit Memorial Park is a must-visit for the region, with kayaking and calming duck ponds as well as playgrounds for children. Rattray Marsh Conservation Area, also is a destination for thousands of visitors from all across the GTA, perfect for dog-walking, picnicking and barbecuing. Walk along the boardwalks and take in the nature all around you – just minutes from the hustle and bustle of the city.
Port Credit is that perfect neighbourhood that’s away from it all, yet still connected to the big city with a simple commute. Only a thirty minute ride to Union Station in Toronto makes Port Credit a perfect dormitory community for commuters who work downtown but prefer to live outside of the hustle and bustle.
As Mississauga continues to grow, so to do the transportation needs of the city and surrounding areas. The Hurontario LRT system is hoping to fill these gaps, and is currently in the beginning phases. The line will connect Port Credit to southern Brampton and Mississauga. Connections to these lines, and to countless other destinations within Mississauga are easy thanks to MiWay, the Mississauga Transit company. With more that 90 routes across the city, some of which connect to neighbouring communities like Oakville and Brampton.
Mississauga sits at the crossroads of some of Ontarios largest, most-used highways, and in many ways acts as a nexus for the entire GTA. Highway 401 is one of the world’s widest and busiest freeways, and passes through Mississauga’s north end. This section of the highway connects to the 403, the QEW, 409, and the 427.
As Mississauga continues to grow, housing in the city is keeping pace. The average selling price of pre-construction condominiums in the city is $379K – a good number for families looking to set down roots, and for homeowners looking to invest. Prices per square foot continue to rise as demand increases, with the average sitting currently at $632.
Demand for condos in the area is high, with developers looking to build up rather than out – and dozens of new projects have been started within the past several years. This kind of design ethic is becoming more and more attractive, especially near the waterfronts of Lake Ontario. Beautiful views are timeless, and for smaller communities nestled along the Golden Horsehoe, properties with patios and suite views of that shimmering lake are in high demand.
The lifestyle of Port Credit makes it a destination in and of itself, and so suites in this new project from Edenshaw in the heart of Port Credit, at the height of convenience in the community are expected to sell out quickly.