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Canopy Towers is a bold new pre-construction condominium development in Mississauga. Developed by Liberty Development, this gorgeous, modern tower will sit at 5081 Hurontario Street.
With a planned occupancy date of 2024, this tower is still early in development, but by all accounts, it will be a new fixture in the rising condominium scene of Mississauga and a hot-ticket development for investors.
Canopy Towers Close to Urban Conveniences & Transit
Mississauga ranks #4 in Canada for public transit in 2019! MiWay, Mississauga’s transit service is the third-largest municipal transit system in Ontario. The 18km Hurontario LRT system is expected to be completed in 2024, making Canopy Tower’s even more accessible.
Beautiful Nature Near Canopy Tower
Exceptional Local Amenities Close By Canopy Condos:
Canopy Towers is located in the Hurontario neighbourhood, a burgeoning area for densification and development. With convenient connection to transit, Hurontario is an enticing location for a number of groups from young professionals to students, and families.
Just nearby are a series of gorgeous green spaces and parks, Huron Heights Park, Hawthorne Park, and Heritage Hills are all just a short drive away, making perfect relaxing days with the family in the sun. Parents will be happy to know that Nathan Way Public School and Bristol Road Middle School are within 15 minutes walk, making the morning rush much easier, and building that sense of community you get from living close by to your school.
Square One Shopping mall is just five minutes away by car, bringing world-class shopping and entertainment right to your doorstep. With retailers like Holt Renfrew, Coach, and Michael Kors, plus a Whole Foods, a Goodlife and a Cineplex so close by, you may never want to leave. On top of all that, the famous Playdium is just a few minutes away as well, providing endless entertainment.
Canopy is also just minutes from Living Arts Centre, a large facility for performance theatre, art exhibitions and studio space for artists. In addition, Sheridan College recently opened a new campus near the development – the Hazel McCallion campus, named after Mississauga’s famous mayor Hazel McCallion, who was mayor of Mississauga for 36 years.
Canopy Towers will be a mixed-use development. That means that from the ground floor, the building will accommodate space for retail and offices, which will enrich the walkability of the neighbourhood, plus provide amenities for residents right outside their front door. The 4 Storey podium will have spacious entryways and concierge, and contain a mix of retail, office, and amenity-space.
The building itself is planned to rise 33-storeys and provide 509 residential units. The layouts will range in size to suit just about any lifestyle, there will be one-bedrooms, two-bedrooms, and likely units with and without dens.
On the fifth floor, a number of outdoor amenities will be available. First and foremost, the large outdoor terrace space. This will be an excellent place in the summer to gather with friends, host events, maybe even cook dinner up on the BBQ!
Throughout the rest of the building, amenities will range from fitness rooms to indoor hosting spaces.
Mississauga is central to travel within the GTA – it is the home of Lester B. Pearson International Airport, Canada’s largest airport. Travel to and from the airport is simple, with the new UP Train line, which runs from the airport directly into the downtown core of Toronto with a final stop at Union station.
Other train lines include the GO Transit commuter rail, with three lines – Lakeshore West, Kitchener, and Milton. Mississaugans who work in Toronto have plenty of options with some lines providing all-day service.
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.
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, but plans are not yet final.
Highway 403 is just minutes away, which connects to the QEW, 409, and the 427, and provides excellent east-west travel throughout the GTA – perfect for commuters.