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Top 5 most expensive buildings in the Square OneWritten by Eric Skicki Friday, August 11th, 2017
Real Estate prices in the GTA have been on a steep incline this year. Many condos in Mississauga are now selling from the mid $500’s per square foot. This is in line with what condos in Toronto used to sell for on average only 3 years ago.
The list below is made up of the five most expensive buildings in downtown Mississauga based on a per Square foot basis. There are condos which have higher priced penthouse units (such as Absolute and Skymark) however they do not make this list.
Located just north of Square One, often called the “uptown of Mississauga”, Crystal condos consistently rank as of the most desirable and in demand condos in the area. Constructed less than two years ago, they are the newest completed buildings in the area.
2. Onyx – 223 Webb
Rated by many Realtors as the best overall building in the downtown core, Onyx still looks amazing despite being almost 7 years old. The rooftop party room and state of the art amenities make this one the crown jewel of all the City Centre buildings.
3. The Grand & Park Residence – 4099 BrickStone Mews & 4070 Confederation Pkwy
Rising tall over 40 stories with amazing views of Celebration Square, the Grand & Park Residence tend to be the choice of many young professionals. The retail stores below the podium offer unique convenience not found in other nearby towers.
4. Chicago – 385 Prince of Wales
Praised for its elegance and original style, the Chicago building is definitely one you should check out if you are looking to buy a condo. Built by the award winning builder Daniels, Chicago offers a great location for students looking to go to Sheridan collage.
5. Grand Park 2 – 3985 Grand Park
Situated about half a kilometer from the busy downtown core, Grand Park 2 became a favorite for those who want a quieter location. With plenty of parking across the street, Grand Park 2 is perfect for those who like to entertain larger groups.
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