About the project
A brand-new mixed-use development is being built in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada called M City Sky & Townhouse Collection. Urban Capital Property Group and Rogers Real Estate Development Limited are working on the project.
Reasons to buy
Location: Mississauga, one of the fastest-growing cities in Canada, is home to the development. It is accessible to major highways, public transportation, and a variety of attractions, such as places to shop, eat, and have fun.
Design and facilities: Some of the world’s best architects created the buildings in the M City Sky & Townhouse Collection, which will have contemporary, premium finishes and amenities. Residents will have simple access to a variety of amenities thanks to the development’s assortment of retail and commercial areas.
Investment potential: For individuals wishing to invest in real estate, M City Sky & Townhouse Collection may be a solid investment opportunity thanks to its enviable location and high-quality design. Reputable developers with a history of completed projects are constructing the development.
Sustainability: As part of their commitment to the environment, the developers, Urban Capital Property Group and Rogers Real Estate Development Limited, incorporated eco-friendly elements into the design of M City Sky & Townhouse Collection, including green roofs, rainwater collection, and energy-efficient building techniques.
A wide selection of unit types are available at M City Sky & Townhouse Collection, including townhouses and condominiums in various sizes and configurations. This enables buyers to pick a unit that best meets their needs and way of life.
Deposit Structure: 20% Deposit
- Property ID 13584
- Price Starting from $500,000
- Property Type Pre Construction Condos, Pre Construction New Townhomes
- Property status All, Move in 2026
- Label Selling Now
- Number of storeys 67
- Number of units 4000
- Country: Canada
- Province / State: Ontario
- City / Town: Homes in Mississauga
- Neighborhood: cooksville
About the Builder
Since we started out with our 48-unit Camden Lofts development back in 1996, these have been our touchstones. That project, on dusty Camden Street in the then hollowed out Fashion District west of Toronto’s downtown, broke the mold of Toronto development. Urban living. Raw space. Cubic footage rather than square footage.
Camden was borne out of a bel ...