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Solmar introduces the new Podium Collection at ORO

Solmar introduces the new Podium Collection at ORO

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Solmar introduces the new Podium Collection at ORO

Just when you thought you’d missed your chance, ORO in Mississauga’s City Centre is back with a new opportunity!

Hot on the heels of the extraordinary success of sales at Edge Towers, Solmar Developments is announcing a brand new release of suites within ORO, the crowning achievement of the Edge Towers community. This surprising new release is a thrilling last chance to live in the height of luxury in Mississauga’s City Centre, the premier location for condo living.

Saving the best for last, this stunning Podium Collection offers an attractive selection of suite sizes and layouts to give buyers versatility in their purchase without missing out on this golden opportunity. This is the first opportunity to purchase a one-bedroom suite at ORO, with additional options of one-bedroom plus den, two-bedroom, or two-bedroom plus den, all featuring the premium features and amenities that Edge Towers is known for.

In addition to private oversized balconies and terraces, this Podium Collection has an advantage rarely seen in condominiums. Some of these exclusive suites include a parking spot located on the same level for the ultimate convenience. No more waiting for elevators, no more climbing stairs after a long day; only the most exclusive luxury condominium experience.

This opportunity is a limited release in Mississauga’s landmark community. ORO is the third and final tower of the highly acclaimed Edge Towers, and construction of Tower 1 and 2 is well underway. Sleek modern architecture meets the timeless elegance of ORO’s distinguished interiors, creating the gold standard of luxury living. An elevated lifestyle begins with this 50-storey monument to the Mississauga skyline.

Life at ORO is infused with luxury, embodying the perfection of this exclusive community with a magnificent grand lobby and Galleria featuring marble flooring and Venetian columns, inspired by renowned international hotels. ORO stands as a 50-storey tribute to luxury living, featuring two outdoor terraces for both active and relaxing lifestyles, barbecue areas for al fresco dining, a premium fitness centre, party room, and a full range of lifestyle amenities. A 24-hour premium concierge service meets your every convenience, and every amenity you deserve or desire is right here waiting for you.

But luxury isn’t limited to just your home. This master-planned community is the only new condominium development located steps from the Mississauga City Centre, right on the new Hurontario LRT line to connect homeowners directly to Toronto. Shopping, dining, and entertainment are all within reach at Square One Shopping Centre and beyond, and the Port Credit waterfront is only minutes away to bring you to the beauty of Lake Ontario. Mississauga’s dynamic City Centre brings natural greenspace to the urban core in the perfect blend, creating an unmatched neighbourhood.

Solmar Developments has crafted this community to perfection by using its 30 years of experience to create the pinnacle of luxury living. Known for workmanship and European-inspired design, Solmar’s excellence is second to none. In these unprecedented times, buying with confidence is more important than ever. Solmar Developments is a leading developer in the GTA, building communities that you can trust. The company’s dedication to the health and safety of its staff and clients has led to the implementation of digital buying and selling processes, displaying a commitment to its communities. Available for private appointments and virtual purchasing, a home at ORO has never been more attainable.

Register now to be first to preview the new Podium Collection at ORO. For further information visit the website.


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Neighbourhood Watch: Mississauga

Neighbourhood Watch: Mississauga

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Neighbourhood Watch: Mississauga

by Gale Beeby

Housing Options

Initially a suburb of Toronto, Mississauga’s growth has given it a unique identity. In 1935, the first suburban developments – corresponding with the opening of the QEW from Highway 27 to Highway 10 – popped up in the area south of the Dixie Road and QEW interchange. Over time, development moved north and west and large-scale developments started, to happen in the 1960s and ’70s. Mississauga saw a condo boom starting in the 1990s and the area around Square One is now full of highrise buildings.

Click here for a list of condos for sale in the Mississauga area.

Leisure Pursuits

There is a lot to do in Mississauga, including a visit to the Art Gallery of Mississauga and the Living Arts Centre, which offers a number of musical performances, plays and children’s activities. The city’s largest festival happens on Canada Day and the Tree-Lighting Ceremony and New Year’s Eve bash at Celebration Square at City Hall are always popular. Carassauga, The Festival of Cultures, happens during May and is the second-largest cultural festival in Canada. Many cultural events are held throughout the year in Celebration Square. Streetsville holds its annual Bread and Honey Festival the first weekend of June and Port Credit holds multiple festivals throughout the year, including Buskerfest, the Waterfront Festival, and the Southside Shuffle Blues & Jazz Fastival.

The Mississauga Steelheads of the Ontario Hockey League play at the Hershey Centre and the Chargers of the Ontario Junior A Hockey League play at Port Credit Arena.

Parks & Rec

Mississauga boasts more than 522 parks and 225 kilometres of trails and woodlands. Some parks provide serenity, while others boast a variety of active recreational facilities, including indoor and outdoor skating rinks, cricket and soccer pitches, baseball and softball diamonds, football fields, tennis courts and childrens’ play areas and splash pads. Mississauga boasts world-class synchronized swimming and rowing clubs, in addition to canoeing, soccer and figure skating clubs. There are many golf courses in the city, including Derrydale, Credit Valley, Toronto Golf, Streetsville Glen, Lionhead, Grand Highland, Mississuaga Golf, BraeBen and Lakeview.

Retail Therapy

Each of the villages that now make up Mississauga have lovely boutique-style shopping with cafés and restaurants to suit every taste and budget. Square One Shopping Centre, located at the City Centre, has more than 350 stores and services and is surrounded by several bars and restaurants, a multi-screen movie theatre, City Hall, the Central Library and Playdium. The Erin Mills Town Centre is the second-largest mall in the city and is notable for its clock tower, mini-golf course and daycare centre. The Dixie Outlet Mall – the city’s first indoor shopping centre – is home to premium brand outlets and the Fantastic Flea Market.

Easy Access

Mississauga is served by seven major highways, including the QEW, Highways 401, 403, 409, 410, 427 and 407. Mississauga Transit is the third-largest municipal transit system in Ontario, servicing about 43 million riders per year. There are more than 80 routes through the city connecting with the TTC, Brampton Transit, Oakville Transit and GO Transit. Mississauga Transit operates express service from the Islington subway station to Mississauga City Centre, the Airport Corporate, Gateway and Meadowvale business districts.

BY THE NUMBERS

Population: 782,000

Nickname: Sauga

Average walk score: 59

Most walkable area: Port Credit, 90

Mississauga.ca


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