M City Condos Phase 5

505 Webb Drive, Mississauga, ON

Overview

Designed to bring work, transit, shopping and people together, M City is a one-of-a-kind condominium community. With its spectacular buildings, green spaces, and lifestyle amenities, it’s unmatched in all it has to offer. Among the tallest, grandest, and most distinctive to grace the Mississauga skyline, every tower is singularly iconic. And now with the equally striking M5, M City continues to change the way people live, work and play.

Designed to bring people together, M City with its 8 towers, 15-acres, 4.3 million sq. ft. is a community of immense proportions. The master plan was designed by internationally renowned urban planners Cooper Robertson from New York.

The site features fresh, expansive green space, including over 2 acres of new parkland and a dedicated connection to the Mary Fix multi-use trail and John “Bud” Cleary Park. The new community is designed for pedestrians, with a generous tree-lined promenade and a range of retail shops and cafes at street level, and only minutes from transit options including the proposed LRT.

Details

Starting from TBA
Location 505 Webb Drive, Mississauga, ON
Occupancy date TBA
Number of Storeys TBA
Address 505 Webb Drive, Mississauga, ON

Walk Score

505 Webb Drive

Very Walkable

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Floor Plans / Price List

Elegantly planned floorplans provide practicality and open concept designs throughout. With the choice one, two and three bedroom floorplans, this project will surely elevate the living experience and fit your lifestyle.

About Developer

Rogers Real Estate Development Limited is the owner and developer of M City. The company is part of an affiliated group of companies, which together represent the Rogers family private holding companies. The Rogers family private holding companies are the majority and controlling shareholders of Rogers Communications Inc., a leading diversified public Canadian communications company created by one of Canada’s all-time business giants, Ted Rogers.

 

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