The Lowdown on Mississauga Valleys

Your Typical Neighbour

Mississauga Valleys is a culturally diverse neighbourhood with a high number of residents who are new to Canada. The largest age range in this area is 30-44, so you are likely to have a younger neighbour. 

What We

A central location that is transit accessible, close to three major highways (401,403,QEW), and super close to the city’s largest shopping center (Square One).

What We Don't

There are a lot of condos and condo townhouses in this neighbourhood, which makes it very densely populated.

Close to 80% of sales in Mississauga Valleys are comprised of condo apartments (making up the larger share) and condo townhouses. The condo developments are older buildings which are great opportunities for families looking for a large but affordable unit. As can happen with some older buildings, the maintenance fees are sometimes quite high so it’s important to review what is included in the fee and what the fees have been like over the years (ie stable, increasing dramatically, increasing and decreasing etc) so you can get an idea of the financial outlook of the condo corporation.

 

As a lot of the condo developments are older, some of the units are cosmetically dated. Over the past few years there has been an increase in the number of investors purchasing these older/dated condos and fixing them up to be resold. This makes for an interesting mix of units as they are not quite as “cookie cutter” as some of the newer developments.

 

The freehold housing stock is similar to the 1970’s style Cooksville homes (neighborhood to the west of Mississauga Valleys) - many bungalows and splits are available, but due to their central location there isn’t much of a deal to be had here.

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About Mississauga Valleys

The biggest appeal to Mississauga Valleys is the relative affordability of the family sized condo units, and the proximity to the city’s largest shopping centre (Square One). There isn’t too much going on within the neighbourhood itself, but as it is right beside City Centre and Cooksville, area residents are able to capitalize on the adjacent amenities and transit (Cooksville Go Station).

 

As the most western part of the neighbourhood sides on Hurontario, residents will also be able to utilize the Hurontario LRT once complete (estimated completion in 2022).

 

In addition to the neighboring amenities, Mississauga Valleys has its own community center boasting a gym and fitness facility, pool, arena and outdoor fields. Lastly, there are two main parks in the area that great greenspaces for residents: Richard Jones Park and Stonebrook Park.


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