Last month gave us our first glimpse at Plaza's Mississauga Square, a 33-storey Turner Fleischer Architects-designed condominium and townhome development, coming to the Hurontario and Eglinton area of the city west of Toronto. The project will introduce 404 condo and townhome suites to the rapidly-developing suburb, available in 1- to 3-bedroom layouts, sized from 457 ft² to 2,090 ft², and priced between $315,000 and $900,000.

Mississauga Square, Plaza, Turner Fleischer Architects, Bryon PattonMississauga Square, image courtesy of Plaza

Residents of Mississauga Square will have access to a wide selection of indoor common spaces and amenity areas appointed by interior designers Bryon Patton and Associates, as well as a number of outdoor spaces, spread across four levels of the building's podium. Initial renderings of the project included a glimpse of the ground floor's lobby space.

Mississauga Square, Plaza, Turner Fleischer Architects, Bryon PattonLobby, Mississauga Square, image courtesy of Plaza

The lobby-lounge and its concierge desk pictured above are indicated (numbers 7 and 8) along with other ground floor amenities in the plan below. Mississauga Square's fitness centre is (1), the yoga/meditation studio is (2), the men's and women's change rooms are (3) and (4) respectively, the party room is (5), a fireplace and lounge area is (6). Meanwhile, ground floor parking is at (9).

Mississauga Square, Plaza, Turner Fleischer Architects, Bryon Patton1st floor amenity plan, Mississauga Square, image courtesy of Plaza

More amenities will be located in an inside corner on the second level. Rooms can be read in the image below, but a fireplace at (4) is hard to read.

Mississauga Square, Plaza, Turner Fleischer Architects, Bryon Patton2nd floor amenity plan, Mississauga Square, image courtesy of Plaza

The third floor offers rooftop terrace spaces at two end of the complex, the larger one being to the east of the tower. Shown below, the east side provides landscaping on raised planters (1), a dining area with grills and a trellis for shade (2), lounge spaces (3), reading nooks (4), and an outdoor game area (5).

Mississauga Square, Plaza, Turner Fleischer Architects, Bryon Patton3rd floor amenity plan, Mississauga Square, image courtesy of Plaza

In the southwest corner of the third floor, there's a smaller deck dedicated to getting work done while enjoying the outdoors: the outdoor business centre similarly provides raised planters (3) to provide greenery while you're work away at one of the open-air tables (1), or under the shade trellis (2).

Mississauga Square, Plaza, Turner Fleischer Architects, Bryon Patton3rd floor outdoor business centre, Mississauga Square, image courtesy of Plaza

On the fourth floor amenity deck, residents will have even more offered for their relaxation. The plan below indicates a water wall (1), sun deck platform with shade trellis (2), raised planters (3), a canted artificial turf lawn (4), a dining area (5), chaise lounge with shade trellis (6), hammocks (7), cabanas with daybeds (8), chaise longue sunning (9), pool storage (10), and the centrepiece outdoor pool (11).

Mississauga Square, Plaza, Turner Fleischer Architects, Bryon Patton4th floor amenity plan, Mississauga Square, image courtesy of Plaza

We will return as new information about the project emerges. In the meanwhile, you can review existing images and project facts by visiting Mississauga Square's Database file, linked below. Want to get involved in the discussion? Check out the associated Forum threads, or leave a comment using the field provided at the bottom of this page.

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