With just a handful of units remaining, Plaza's Mississauga Square has been a hot seller since launching in mid-2017. The 33-storey Turner Fleischer Architects-designed condominium and townhome development will rise from north of Eglinton at Nahani Way, near Square One in Mississauga.
The project's marketing nerve centre is now located in another Toronto suburb, at the intersection of Jane and Highway 7 in Vaughan, near another of Plaza's projects called The Met. Here, prospective buyers can get a taste of Mississauga Square's design, suite layouts, and interior finishes.
Guests are greeted by a reception desk flanked by two wings containing marketing materials that offer details on the project's 392 one to three-bedroom layouts, with unit sizes ranging from 457 ft² to 2,090 ft², and prices ranging between $315,000 and $900,000. The north wing includes a group of video screens displaying exterior views of the development in place of the scale models often used as architectural mock-ups in presentation centres. These screens are flanked by illuminated panels displaying some of the building's suite layouts.
The south wing focuses on the building's suite interiors, which are displayed in kitchen and bathroom vignettes. Below, the kitchen vignette shows one of the building's upgraded finish packages, with stainless steel-finished appliances.
Also found in the south wing, a group of four display boards shows prospective buyers the range of suite finishes available for the building's units, with playful culinary-themed names that reference the colour schemes.
With 85% of the project's units now spoken for, we look forward to the start of construction for this new infusion of density for Mississauga.
In the meantime, additional images and project facts can be found 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 in the field provided at the bottom of this page.
|Related Companies:||Patton Design Studio, Plaza, TMG Builders, Turner Fleischer Architects|