Stride | Mississauga
With 20-storey condos tower and 4-storey townhomes, the Stride project will create 380 suites, with 365 being condo suites while 15 will be townhome suites. The project will also house a 1-storey or 2-storey commercial space that will be located at the tower’s floor level.
SummaryProject: Stride | Mississauga
Storey: 20 and4 Storey
Units: 365 condo, 15 townhome
Developer: Kingsmen Group Inc.
Address: 425 Lakeshore Rd E Mississauga L5G 1H8
- Offer stunning views of Lake Ontario
- Walk Score of 80/100, Bike Score of 55/100 and Transit Score of 40/100
- A few steps to MiWay Transit, servicing Port Credit’s Lakeshore strip Located within a 5-minute walk to Port Credit GO Station, slated to be one of the upcoming two LRT-GO transfer points
- A short walk to shopping, eating facilities, schools, entertainment and leisure Located a quick drive to the expansive Square One
- Ideally positioned minutes to Highway 403, the QEW as well as Long Branch Loop Transit Station which makes it easy to get to any part in the entire GTA. Located within 24 minutes’ commute and 10 minutes’ drive to Humber College, Lakeshore Campus
- Within 16 minutes’ drive of the University of Toronto, Mississauga Campus Located within minutes of lovely parks spread along Lake Ontario including RK McMillan Park, Jack Darling Memorial Park, JJ Plays Park, JC Saddington Park, Rattray Marsh Conservation Area, Richard’s Memorial Park, plus many more
Mississauga easily ranks as one of the most urban suburbs in Toronto with numerous developments and major attractions.
Stride Condos and Towns is located at the centre of a modern neighbourhood. Numerous local amenities in this breathtaking neighbourhood are merely at the resident’s fingertips.Port Credit is among the only neighbourhoods in Mississauga that have their own GO station. Other neighbourhoods include Clarkson, Cooksville, Dixie, Erindale, Lisgar, Erin Mills, Streetsville and Meadowvale and Square One. The area sits on Lake Ontario’s lakefront where many people are attracted every year. The project location promises to draw even more people to the neighbourhood. It is no wonder that Mississauga’s population has ballooned over the last three decades from 172,000 to more than 741,000 people. The city’s specific area where Stride Condos is located has a population of 12,500, and it is estimated that it will rise to 14,000 by the year 2030.
Actually, Mississauga has become a job centre in its own right. It boasts of 61 out of Fortune 500 head offices based in Canada, over 1,300 multinational companies, 55,000-plus businesses and over 400,000 employees.The GO transit makes it easy for business professionals to get to Toronto’s downtown hub for job opportunities, even though there is much potential for careers in the immediate neighbourhood.