August 19, 2010
Who says downtown Toronto should get a monopoly on all the high-rise architectural beauties in the GTA?
There are plenty of condo developments in Mississauga, either completed, planned or in the construction phase, that give any of the high-rise residential wonders in Toronto a run for their money.
The aesthetic appeal of the Mississauga skyline, centred around city hall and the Square One Shopping Centre, increases every six months as projects are topped off and new ones commence.
With three Mississauga Urban Design Awards of Excellence under their belts, the Daniels Corporation is building what will surely become one of the most iconic condo towers in the Mississauga city centre, the Limelight [map].
Standing at 22 stories, the glass clad tower will be an eye-catching addition to Daniels’ successful City Centre Community.
But what makes the Limelight a desirable addition to the Mississauga condo community isn’t simply its architectural design, it’s the environmentally friendly features that make this development truly unique and more than just another pretty condo.
Bamboo flooring and low VOC paints are a couple of green features you’ll find within the suites, but it doesn’t stop there. The Limelight will also feature a car sharing program and a rooftop gardening terrace with individual gardening plots for residents to use.
From the unique architectural design to the environmentally friendly features, it sounds like a suite in the Limelight will make your friends lime-green with envy.