Mississauga is having a major moment – and one that’s here to stay.

Once holding space in Toronto's shadow, today, Mississauga holds its own under the spotlight. And fittingly, a handful of shiny new transit-oriented communities — including Liberty Development’s Canopy Towers — are not only redefining the Mississauga skyline, but rewriting what it means to live there.

The future of Mississauga is one where a car is no longer necessary, retail and restaurants are thriving, and compact and convenient communities offer all the trappings of modern urban living.

And rising to meet this refreshed version of the urban hub, the sleek and thoughtful Canopy Towers master-planned community sits at the intersection of Hurontario Street and Eglinton Avenue, just steps from the upcoming (and highly anticipated) Hurontario Light Rail Transit project — which will connect the region like never before.

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So far, the development has been a celebrated success – giving Mississauga residents of present and future even more to be excited about – and now, its anticipated Phase II has just been released.

Aptly named Canopy Towers 2, this second phase will be comprised of two sleek condominium buildings — one 38 storeys, the other 21 — joined together by a six-storey podium.

The contemporary façade of the tower will boast a prominent block design, bringing a distinct addition to the Mississauga skyline for years to come. At ground level, residents will enjoy an assortment of convenient retail, as well as a thoughtfully designed pedestrian area with landscaping and seating.

Cool, contemporary, and jam-packed with amenities, some may find the development’s relatively low price tag surprising, with suites starting at $389,900 for a studio unit.

Canopy Towers 2Canopy Towers 2 rendering (Liberty Development)

With Canopy Towers 2, connection, community, and car-free living is possible (and even preferred) in Mississauga.

In addition to an influx of new residents of all demographics – from single young professionals and young families through to recent retirees – who will bring a dynamic vibrancy to the neighbourhood, Canopy Towers 2 will bring exciting new ground-level retail to the community, in the form of curated shops and restaurants.

While Canopy Towers 2 will be its own self-contained community, its prime and central location means its future residents have easy access to Mississauga’s biggest draws – from Square One Shopping Centre (which features retailers like Apple, Holt Renfrew, Harry Rosen, and Lululemon), to St. Lawrence Park along the waterfront, which boasts a beach, covered picnic area, and summertime canteen.

A little closer to home, future residents can also enjoy Huron Heights Park, Parkway Belt Dog Park, and Kariya park, all within 2.5 kilometres.

So, there are no shortage of ways that the family – including its furry members – can enjoy a local fresh air fix.

Nearby, residents can also rely on a slew of retail options, from Whole Foods Market and METRO to T&T Supermarket and the LCBO. The neighbourhood also boasts numerous schools, a YMCA, and countless things to do on a rainy day – from a Cineplex theatre, to Playdium Park, and the game-packed Rec Room (all of which tend to be crowd-pleasers with kids).

Canopy Towers 2 rendering (Liberty Development)

While the must-haves and nice-to-haves are found nearby, for those looking to venture further away – perhaps to the sights and sounds of downtown Toronto or to the homes of relatives in surrounding regions – travel is made simple, thanks to the development’s close proximity to GO Transit, the upcoming Hurontario LRT, and Pearson Airport.

The development’s collection of amenities, however, will make residents want to stick around. Canopy Towers 2 features everything you’d hope for from a modern condo development: an indoor pool (in the first phase), a sleek fitness facility, a party room, green space, and parcel room. But it also reflects the changing times — a culture of children growing up in condos and the remote work phenomenon — with thoughtful details like a large child’s play area, a sleek business centre with a boardroom and individual workstations, a pet wash, and even an indoor half-size basketball court.

As the downtown Toronto core becomes all at once more congested and expensive, the appeal of a close-by and connected community such as Canopy Towers 2 is simply undeniable.

And as Mississauga’s skyline continues to take shape, the city’s offerings will only expand with its population, with Canopy Towers 2 at the helm. So, it's safe to say that Mississauga is in the midst of a makeover – and we're loving how it looks.

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This article was produced in partnership with STOREYS Custom Studio.

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