|LOWAvg. of lowest 10%||Average||HighAvg. of highest 10%|
|STUDIO Condos||$210,000439 = $478/||$226,187436 = $518/||$245,000407 = $602/|
|1 BED Condos||$225,851658 = $343/||$275,291613 = $449/||$334,709672 = $497/|
|1 BED+DEN Condos||$260,468681 = $382/||$306,821693 = $443/||$366,427748 = $490/|
|2 BED Condos||$260,440934 = $279/||$343,780891 = $385/||$436,792975 = $448/|
|2 BED+DEN Condos||$284,711996 = $286/||$367,8571030 = $357/||$487,1251181 = $412/|
|3 BED Condos||$362,6661227 = $296/||$505,5951416 = $357/||$907,5002451 = $370/|
|3 BED+DEN Condos||$458,0001074 = $426/||$504,1471260 = $400/||$560,0001446 = $387/|
The recent development here and new condos that have sprung up, have brought with them a revitalization to downtown Mississauga. There has been a lot of excitement surrounding Mississauga condos for sale, one of the most popular projects being the Absolute Towers complex, made famous by the contest held by the city to find a one of a kind design, now known as the Marilyn Monroe condos. Currently home to 30 condos and growing, City Centre is the financial, cultural and economic heart of the city.
There has been steady growth in condos and sales over the past 10 years, with the current average price per square foot sitting at a respectable $458. As the average is quite a bit cheaper than condos for sale in Toronto, City Centre is a great alternative if you’re looking to get into the market.
Centering around Celebration Square and the Civic Centre-City Hall, City Centre is a hub of activity and the financial center of Mississauga, with a number of Fortune 500 companies bringing their World and Canadian Headquarters to the area. Celebration Square is host to a number of festivals every year, including events on Canada Day and New Years Eve along with the always-popular Rib Fest. Square One Mall is here, now one of the largest shopping malls in the country, as well as a fantastic Whole Foods Market. If you feel the need to have the wind in your hair, Port Credit is a quick trip down Hurontario St, where you’ll find the Lakefront Promenade Marina and plenty of outdoor adventures year round.
If you’re thinking of buying a City Centre condo, you wont need to drive if you don’t want too, the walk score here is 93/ 100 and all the shopping and amenities you need are close by. If you are driving, the 403 runs through to the north, a great alternative to the 401, which although larger, can quite often get congested at peak times. The City Centre Transit Terminal is located at Square One, home to MiWay- Mississauga Transitway, as well as GO Transit and has a huge number of bus routes that depart regularly and reach all areas of Mississauga and beyond.