|STUDIO Condos||$200,680450 = $446/||$216,530439 = $493/||$225,000439 = $513/|
|1 BED Condos||$195,500749 = $261/||$262,695618.26102941176 = $425/||$430,000855 = $503/|
|1 BED+DEN Condos||$208,000998 = $208/||$292,021706.45584725537 = $413/||$435,0001249 = $348/|
|2 BED Condos||$210,000980 = $214/||$338,671922.83443708609 = $367/||$756,0002167 = $349/|
|2 BED+DEN Condos||$242,000808 = $300/||$355,4111065.6941964286 = $334/||$765,0002050 = $373/|
|3 BED Condos||$277,0001031 = $269/||$540,6541503.9791666667 = $359/||$1,350,0002796 = $483/|
|3 BED+DEN Condos||$435,0001768 = $246/||$574,0991546.6666666667 = $371/||$919,9002074 = $444/|
Quickly becoming the place to be, Square One is the hub of activity and home to the most popular condos in Mississauga. There has been a revitalization of the downtown area over the past few years, centering around Celebration Square, the home of year round festivals, art galleries and city hall. Growing in popularity with young professionals, Square One condos are a great alternative to living in downtown Toronto.
The namesake shopping center is one of the major draws here, now one of the largest in Canada. The area is self sufficient, with a walk score of 93/100, which means that everything you could need is close at hand. There is a huge Whole Foods Market across the street from the shopping center as well as numerous cafes, coffee shops and stand along design stores like CB2. You’ll find numerous schools close by, including post secondary, along with the Mississauga Art Gallery and Municipal Library. Celebration Square is home to Rib Fest, New Years Eve celebrations and a huge Canada Day party, which attracts people into the 100’s of thousands.
There is a major transit hub at City Centre, with connections all over the city via MiWay, Mississauga Transit. There are GO Transit connections and buses that go directly to the TTC, making getting into Toronto seamless. For drivers, the 403 and QEW highways are close and the best bet for making a quick escape out of the city.