Two years into its development, Mississauga’s M City has reached several construction milestones. This April, Rogers Real Estate Development and Urban Capital reported that multiple cranes have been added on site to begin work on the master-planned community’s main towers (M1 and M2), while podium suites have been released in the 81-storey M3 tower – the tallest of its kind ever proposed within the city.
“M City has proven time and time again that the future of Mississauga is now,” says John Anderton, Vice-President, Treasurer of the Rogers Private Companies. “Our success to date validates our unwavering belief in Mississauga and continued commitment to delivering cutting-edge design.”
The billion-dollar development is taking shape over a 15-acre site owned by the Rogers family for over 60 years. The area was originally earmarked for a new radio transmission facility, but will now host one of Mississauga’s most prominent mixed-use developments.
The project is being led by Rogers Real Estate Development and Urban Capital. Its team includes Canadian architectural firms CORE Architects and IBI Group, interior designers Cecconi Simone, New York-based urban planning firm Cooper Robertson, and a number of reputed engineers and consultants.
“The signature aesthetic delivered by our architects and designers has helped establish M City as one of the preeminent developments in the GTA,” says Mark Reeve, Partner, Urban Capital Property Group. “I’m very proud of our tremendous team. Together, we continue to push the envelope and deliver a dynamic community that Mississauga will be proud of.”
Since coming onto the market in Spring 2017, sales across the first three phases have passed the 2200 unit mark.