45 Agnes St, Mississauga, ON L5B 4J7, Canada
Here, in the midst of Cooksville’s tremendous revolution, with the downtown core’s energy and excitement felt on one side, and the calming wellness of Lake Ontario’s waterfront in Port Credit on the other, Mississauga’s next big opportunity is coming.
And it’s there to be lived.
This condominium is a new start, for the city’s every point. Come home to uplifting residences and artistic design.
Walk through vibrant experiences, indoor and outdoor amenities dedicated to health and family, to lasting community and the exchange of ideas.
The most striking feature OF MW Condos is its innovative façade. Designed by renowned firm ICON Architects Inc., the tower features a labyrinth-style cladding in contrasting hues of black and white, with pops of colour. Sure to make a bold, architectural statement, This building will reflect the unique identities of this growing enclave while becoming a signature icon on the Mississauga skyline.
Wide, landscaped sidewalks will surround the building, complimenting the streetscape and enhancing the pedestrian experience.
The vibrant design of MW Condos mirrors the energy of this growing neighbourhood. With a wide range of international cuisine at your door, plus all the urban amenities you could ask for – supermarkets, drug stores, banks, parkland – Cooksville caters to a range of residents, from families to young professionals and mature couples.
Just a stone’s throw away from the Cooksville GO Station as well as the QEW, the area also appeals to commuters. With the province’s plan to increase GO service to fifteen-minute intervals and all-day service, homes in close proximity to GO transit hubs are expected to increase in property values. This is just one reason Cooksville is a great place for the savvy real estate investor.
Another major perk for this Mississauga high-rise is the short drive to Square One, Ontario’s largest shopping centre, which houses over 360 shops and services. With anchor tenants such as Walmart, Hudson’s Bay, Holt Renfrew and Indigo, the mall draws over 21 million visitors a year. It’s also the main transit terminal for MiWay, Mississauga’s regional transit system.
This new development is also close to Sheridan College’s newest campus, which welcomed 3,500 full-time students last year, and a brief drive to the University of Toronto’s Mississauga campus.
As if desirable transit and shopping weren’t enough, this Cooksville condominium is close to cultural institutions too, truly making it a vibrant, eclectic destination. The Living Arts Centre, which showcases live theatre, gallery exhibitions and includes subsidized studio space for artists, is nearby, as well as Celebration Square and Cineplex Cinemas.